Welcome to the University of Michigan Finance website!
This website includes a number of features designed to make your visit efficient and productive. The navigation menus on the left side of the website are organized by functional areas (e.g., Financial Analysis, Financial Operations, Internal Controls, Procurement Services, Sponsored Programs, and Treasurer’s Office).
You can also access frequently asked questions, forms, and information about training using the links on the left side of the website while the menu on the right side lists quick links, news, and upcoming key dates by area.
If you are looking for additional information, but are unsure about the functional area to search, there is a search button in the upper right corner of the every page. Please spend some time exploring the website to learn how it can best meet your needs. If you have any comments about the Finance website, please e-mail us.
The university has updated its Accounts Receivable and Fiscal Responsibilities Standard Practice Guides (SPGs), effective July 1, 2015. Both SPGs were revised based on the launch of the university’s Shared Services Center (SSC).
As you know, the university's fiscal year ends June 30, 2015. In order for the following types of financial transactions to be recorded in your unit's fiscal year 2015 activity, they must be submitted by the cutoff dates noted below. Please note that cutoff dates vary by type of transaction.
If you have questions concerning your student account or your student eBill, please contact us! Our office may be reached toll free at (877) 840-4738 or by email at UM-SFO@umich.edu.
The University of Michigan will be implementing new federal regulations for procurement on July 1, 2016, the start of fiscal year 2017.
Based on feedback from the university community, Procurement Services has introduced a number of resources to make our employees’ travel experience easier, faster, and more flexible when using Concur.
We want to alert you to an active email scam involving purchase orders and request for product quotations that purport to originate from the University of Michigan but are in fact fraudulent.
The Hewlett-Packard (HP) online catalog for desktop and laptop computers is available in M-marketsite.