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Financial Services

Financial Services is divided into three sections:

1. The Director's Office has overall responsibility for Financial Services activities, including specific responsibility for maintenance of the Financial Information System (FIS), monitoring Trust Fund Activities (e.g., OSOTF), and the reconciliation and audit of all accounts.

2. Accounting Services provides many services, including:

  • Accounts Receivable (collection of all student fees and other revenues)
  • Cash Handling
  • Accounts Payable (payment of suppliers' invoices, processing of employee expense claims)
  • Fixed Assets Control (monitoring and tagging of all assets purchased during the year)
  • Purchasing (issuing of Purchase Orders for goods and services)

3. Budgeting and Planning Services monitors all budget related activities; these include:

  • The preparation of the overall College budget
  • Reporting to the Board of Governors
  • Monitoring of budgets and budget transfers

Financial Services provides the Sheridan community with a variety of financial and administrative services. These services impact students, clients, employees, and suppliers. The range of services provided includes:

  • Collecting student tuition fees
  • Paying supplier invoices
  • Processing employee expense claims
  • Maintaining corporate financial information systems
  • Purchasing goods and services
  • Information on academic fees

Our staff is available to help you with any questions you may have.

You can also view our financial statements for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017 (NOTE: this is an Adobe Acrobat Document)