COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE BUSINESS OFFICE

The College of Agriculture Business Office provides many services to our customers. Please see a list of our services below.

Employment Center

  • Monthly and bi-weekly payroll
  • New hires
  • Onboarding (I-9)
  • Transfer of employees
  • Separation of employees
  • Contracts and extensions
  • Leave information
  • Payroll questions
  • Visiting Scholar living allowances
Employment Center

Procurement/Purchasing Center

  • Requisitions/orders (Ariba and credit cards)
  • Large equipment purchases
  • Individual or consultant payments or reimbursements
  • Vendor payments

Procurement/Purchasing Center

Account Management/Departmental Business Office

  • Distribution of credit cards
    • Procurement cards (low dollars, local purchases)
    • Hospitality credit cards
    • PRF credit cards
  • Projections for faculty members
  • Fiscal approvals
  • Summer payroll
  • Cost distribution and effort reporting (PARs)
  • Department requests
  • Cash handling and wire claims
  • Recharge Billings
  • Travel
Account Management/Departmental Business Office

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