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Capital Asset Management

Capital assets, sometimes referred to as fixed assets, are resources of the University and are included on the University’s financial statements. Items are verified by an annual physical inventory. Examples of capital tangible property are furniture and equipment, livestock, library resources.

  • Acquiring Capital Assets

    Directive Statement This directive establishes the proper methods of acquiring capital assets.  Capital assets can be acquired by four different...
  • Capital and Non-Capital Livestock

    Directive Statement This directive establishes the proper methods of acquiring and disposing of capital and non-capital livestock. Reason for Directive To...
  • Decaling and Maintaining Capital Assets

    Directive Statement This directive establishes the proper methods of identifying, decaling, and maintaining capital assets.  The Board of Governors and...