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Saint Louis University Business and Finance Departments

Saint Louis University's Division of Business and Finance is home to multiple departments that aid in the various processes of the University. 

Accounting & Financial Reporting

Accounting and Financial Reporting is responsible for the preparation of quarterly and annual financial statements for administration, trustee and external constituents.  

Auxiliary Services 

Auxiliary Services participates in the management and oversight of the University's ancillary income divisions, including Chaifetz Arena and Hotel Ignacio. The department is responsible for providing contract management, financial oversight and capital planning for these divisions.

Business Services

Business Services is responsible for the purchasing process throughout the University.

Central Processing Center

Central Processing Center is comprised of Accounts Payable, Travel, Card Programs and Employee Reimbursement.

Financial Planning and Budget

Financial Planning and Budget manages the University's operating and capital budgets from the executive planning stage down to reviewing budget transactions that occur at the department level. The office also prepares the University's quarterly operating forecasts that are included in the financial statements. 

Financial Services

Financial Services is the central point in the controller's office for departmental inquiries regarding financial statements and Banner Finance screens. Financial Services maintains and monitors Banner Finance access and security, finance approval queues and chart of accounts attributes. It also processes requests for new funds and provides Banner Finance training for departmental users. 

Shared Services Finance

Shared Services provides financial management, transactional processing, and business support services to various departments and schools. 

Treasury and Investments

Treasury and Investments at Saint Louis University has the primary responsibility for management and administration of the University's financial assets. These responsibilities include cash management and banking services, merchant card services and e-commerce, debt management, and endowment and investment management.