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Contracts and Grants

The Office of Contracts and Grants is responsible for post-award administration of contracts and grants awarded to NC State University, including all financial reporting, financial administration, effort reporting & financial regulation compliance.

Foundations Accounting & Investments

The Foundations Accounting & Investments Department is responsible for providing oversight of the investment programs, accounting, budgeting, financial analysis, coordination of annual audits and tax reporting, and preparing presentations to the boards of directors for The Endowment Fund, the NC State Investment Fund, Inc. and eight University-related foundations.

Procurement & Business Services

Procurement & Business Services is your partner in the acquisition, distribution and disposal of the supplies and equipment needed to sustain, foster and support the education and research mission of NC State. Our services include: Purchasing, Contract Review, Supplier Payment, Print/Copy/Scan, Surplus Property Disposition, Central Receiving and Storage Solutions.  Our dedicated staff members deliver timely and courteous service through teamwork, inclusion, innovation, integrity and concern for the customer.

University Cashier’s Office

The University Cashier’s Office is responsible for billing tuition, fees and other campus based charges to students.  The office assists students with questions concerning their student account and provides information about charges and payments applied to the student account.  The office also processes payments and refunds, and manages accounts receivable related holds.

The University Cashier’s Office is also the central depository office for the funds for all University departments. This office prepares and makes arrangements for the daily cash deposit to the bank and handles any queries relating to those deposits.

University Controller’s Office

The mission of the University Controller’s Office is to ensure the integrity of the University’s Financial Accounting and Reporting System, the validity and appropriateness of financial transactions recorded and reported therein, compliance with laws, regulations, policies and contract requirements applicable to accounting and reporting, and the completeness, fairness, and timeliness of disclosures and financial reports that are provided to oversight bodies, taxing authorities, financial institutions, bond trustees, benefactors, creditors, customers, the public, the General Assembly, the University’s Board of Trustees, the University of North Carolina Office of the President, campus units and other internal or external parties.