Cash and coin deposits will be processed separately from check deposits beginning next Monday, Dec. 12, 2022. Please alert all relevant staff members to this new requirement and see the updated Quick Reference Card for new instructions.
Category: University Cashier News
To: Deans, Directors and Department Chairs; University Business Managers; Campus Unit Finance Leads From: Kristy Nash, Associate University Cashier CC: DeAhn Baucom, University Cashier Please note and share as appropriate the following adjusted deadlines related to December 2021 month end … Read more
Due to COVID-19-related delays in mail and processing, the Cashier’s office has extended the Spring 2021 bill due date to Tuesday, Jan. 26 to allow time for mailed payments to be received and processed.
The Fall 2020 deadline to drop classes and reduce tuition charges has been extended from 8/21/2020 to 8/28/2020. In addition, the percentage of tuition and fees refunded when a student withdraws from the University has been increased based on a new timeline. Please see Important Dates for Fall 2020 for details.
On March 30, 2020, the North Carolina Department of State Treasurer approved a temporary exemption to the Daily Deposit Act which requires the University to make daily deposits of all state funds into an approved bank account. Conditions in the exemption are as follows:
Please note and share as appropriate the following adjusted deadlines related to December 2019 month-end processing of cash, checks, credit card and electronic payments submitted through the Cashier’s Office. These adjustments to the usual monthly deadlines are due to the long winter holiday break. We appreciate your attention to these critical deposit deadlines for December’s month-end close.
The University Cashier’s Office serves the citizens of the State of North Carolina by billing and collecting tuition, fees and other charges, accepting and depositing departmental receipts and by servicing UNC-based student loans. They are also responsible for providing financial aid refunds to students at the beginning of each semester and making sure their loans are appropriately administered.
The procedure for monitoring outstanding deposits has been updated to provide better support for managers responsible for departmental deposit activity.
All managers who review outstanding deposits should be aware that the processes for reviewing daily information has been modified.