Finance

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.


FY 2016-17 All Campuses Budget publication now available!

Each spring, Financial Analysis begins gathering data from all areas of the university to produce a comprehensive and detailed budget report for use by the university community and general public.

Do you have questions concerning your student account?

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.

Marcelo Valdivieso named Procurement Services director

Marcelo Valdivieso has been selected as the university's new director of procurement services. His appointment was effective Monday, August 22, 2016.

Updated Purchasing Category Mapping to General Ledger

Procurement transactions are recorded in the general ledger based on their purchasing category. To help ensure transactions are recorded appropriately, we recently reviewed the general ledger account mapping for all purchasing categories used for ePro Reqs and M-Marketsite orders.

New federal regulations for procurement coming in FY 2018

The University of Michigan will be implementing new federal regulations for procurement on July 1, 2017, the start of fiscal year 2018.

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