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Forms & Resources

Office of the Controller

Information about debt management and public-private partnerships.

Asset Management

Information related to UF Surplus and the management, inventory, and disposal of tangible personal property UF possesses.

Auxiliary Accounting

Information related to unrelated business income, sales/use and tourist development taxes, and the creation, modification, and deactivation of Educational Business Activities.


Information related to third-party sponsors, 1098-T, Florida Prepaid, late payment petitions, creating a new scholarship or grant, and Parent PLUS loans.

Construction Accounting

Information related to initiating major and minor construction projects, construction transaction authorization, and construction change requests.

Cost Analysis

Information related to effort reporting, cost accounting standards (CAS), academic activity reporting, and space allocation.


Information related to check delivery, expenditures, reimbursements, myUF Payment Solutions, suppliers, and refunds.

General Accounting and Financial Reporting

Information related to ChartFields, combination codes, journal entries, monthly and year-end closing, and journal uploads.

Internal Controls and Quality Assurance

Information related to internal controls, quality assurance of sponsored project expenses, reconciliation, internal controls checklist, and tiers of fiscal responsibility.

Payroll Services

Information related to time and labor, paychecks and emergency checks, direct deposit, foreign nationals, payroll taxes, payroll adjustments, distributions, and the twelve-month payment option.

Tax Services

Information related to the University’s tax-exempt status and other tax-related documents.


Information related to domestic and foreign travel expenses, travel authorizations, expense reports, and rental cars.

Banking & Merchant Services

Information related to deposits, e-commerce and credit card operations, ACH/EFT and wires, cash and checks, human subject payments (HSP), change and petty cash funds, and investments.