The primary mission of the Controller’s Office is to process, record, maintain, and report in a timely manner the financial transactions of Bradley University to internal and external users. The Office must record the University’s assets, liabilities, funds, revenues and expenses in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, University policies and donor requirements. The Office is responsible for safeguarding the University’s assets through the implementation and use of an effective system of internal controls and for providing financial information and analyses to support senior administration decisions and meet reporting and compliance requirements.
The Controller’s Office has the following functions:
- Provides general accounting services for the University which includes accounts payable, purchasing, student loan programs, grants and sponsored programs, endowment, fixed assets and treasury support.
- Provides financial services such as the processing of tuition payments, deposits for campus organizations and departments, and Quickcash and meal plan deposits and transactions.
- Provides a Cashier’s Office that offers check cashing, stamp purchasing, student (agency) holding accounts, and the purchasing for immunization.