Financial Announcements

6/19/17
Review accounts to assist with year-end processing which will aid in accurate financial reporting by ensuring activity is reflected in desired accounts.
6/15/17
Effective July 1, 2017 the option to charge Campus Cash to your student account will no longer be available. Campus Cash may still be applied to your UB Card, however must be pre-paid. A new UB Card option to assist in the purchase of academic books and supplies at the University Bookstore will be available for financial aid recipients who have an anticipated credit on their student account for the current term.
5/15/17
Ensure that your state financial transactions are attributed to the correct fiscal year using the cutoff dates for each transaction type.
4/17/17
The Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) officially announced the fringe benefit rates for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
3/15/17
As an added option for convenience when paying for goods and services across campus American Express (AMEX) card is now being accepted at some new locations in person and for services over the Web.
3/9/17
Complete your annual PCI training through UB Edge as required by the PCI Data Security Standards.
2/17/17
Statewide Financial System (SFS) is expected to be unavailable from March 30 through April 6, 2017 for State fiscal year-end processing.
2/2/17
Register now for Business Day 2017, the annual day of learning, information gathering and networking presented by Business Services, on Tuesday March 7 at the Buffalo Marriott Niagara. Registration is open through February 24th.
7/20/18
Faculty and staff will have an opportunity to learn about UB’s new eProcurement system that is scheduled to launch this fall.
6/15/18
The Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) officially announced the fringe benefit rates for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
5/18/18
On May 1, 2018, Business Services officially implemented the travel and expense reimbursement system (known as Concur) across all campus departments, marking a major milestone in the project's timeline.
5/18/18
Ensure that your state financial transactions are attributed to the correct fiscal year using the cutoff dates for each transaction type.