- Financial Analysis
- Financial Operations
- Internal Controls
- Procurement Services
- Sponsored Programs
- Treasurer's Office
Standard Monthly Reports
The standard monthly financial reporting package includes the following seven core reports.
Statement of Activity (SOA)
The SOA reports display the posted revenue and expense transactions for an Accounting Period (i.e., one month period) for the specified parameters (e.g. Project/Grant).
Voucher Detail Expense Report
The Voucher Detail Expense report provides transaction detail for the posted Procurement journals on your SOA. These are the journals beginning with Journal ID Masks of AP, PCD, and SUB. AP journals summarize PO and Non-PO Voucher transactions, such as your travel and hosting expenses. PCD journals summarize your P-Card transactions. SUB journals summarize your charges from the University's Service Units, such as Printing Services and the Copy Center.
Aid Disbursement Detail Report
The Statement of Activity Aid Disbursement Detail report provides detail for transactions that originate in the Student Financials system. As with payroll, these transactions are also recorded for financial purposes in the General Ledger. Student Financials transactions include financial aid expenses, student fee revenues, Graduate Student tuition waivers, and other revenues and expenses related to student fellowships and scholarships.
Gross Pay Register
The Gross Pay Register (GPR) report is a record of each employee's paycheck earnings. For each University pay date, a GPR is generated and payroll journals are posted to the General Ledger.
AR/Billing Detail Report
The AR/Billing Detail report displays the detail for the Accounts Receivable & Billing revenue transactions that were posted to the General Ledger for an Accounting Period.
Aging Detail Report
The Aging Detail report lists open Accounts Receivable items and shows the number of days the invoice has been outstanding. Unit and Project/Grant Administrators can see at a glance the age of their outstanding receivables.
Statement of Receivables Report
The Statement of Receivables report shows the open Accounts Receivable items (i.e., invoices in the Billing system) and any activity applied to those items, such as payments, write-offs, or credit memos.