Cashier Regulation 303
|Regulation 303||Approved: March 26, 2018|
|UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
|Source of Authority:||N.C.G.S. § 147-77;
N.C.G.S. § 116-34(a);
UNC Code § 502(A)
First Issued: February 17, 2011
|Related Policies and Regulations:||Accounts Payable Regulation 301;
Cash Management Plan Regulation 302;
Improper Activities Reporting Regulation 114;
Purchasing Regulation 308
|Responsible Offices:||Financial Services Department|
|Effective Date:||March 26, 2018|
This regulation governs the functions performed by the Cashiering Office, specifically the receipting and depositing of school funds. The Cashier’s Office is responsible for receipting and depositing all school-related funds and ensuring that a complete and adequate record exists of each transaction.
This regulation applies to all University departments and employees.
A. “Cash” means currency, coin, credit card payments, and checks received for any program or purpose at UNCSA regardless of the source of funding for the program or the collected monies intended use.
B. "Receipts" refers to any document serving as proof of payment and provided to the payer for payments/deposits made to UNCSA collection points, including all payments/deposits submitted to the Cashier's Office.
All cash received on behalf of the university must be receipted and deposited in the Cashier's Office in accordance with procedures setup herein. This includes, but is not limited to, proceeds received from sales, services, gifts, grants, contracts, fines, rebates, student registration, tuition and fees, collections on student accounts receivable, departmental and scholarship receipts, special fees, fines and penalties, special billings, and receipts from interdepartmental billings.
Proceeds will not be netted against expenses before deposit. All proceeds must be deposited in the Cashier's Office. Expenses associated with generating the proceeds must be incurred according to established campus Purchasing Regulation 308 and procedure, which can be referenced at Purchasing Services.
No department may collect cash without the authorization from the Controller, or authorized designee, and without complying with the designated cash collection method.
All cash collected in a department must be deposited in accordance with the Cash Management Regulation.
All cash must be kept safe in accordance with the Cashier Procedures Manual. All losses and thefts must be reported immediately to both the Controller and Campus Police.
No UNCSA school, department, or activity may open a bank account without prior approval from the Controller.
A. February 17, 2011 – Adopted by Board of Trustees as part of UNCSA Policy Manual
B. July 17, 2012 – Minor revision to insure regulation section IV.F. related to petty cash adheres to the restrictions set forth in Procedure 303.
C. March 26, 2018 - Revised to remove procedures from the regulation and direct University employees to the Cashier Procedures Manual.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
I. Financial Services will establish and maintain a Cashier Procedures Manual that will contain more information and procedures for implementing the Cashier Regulation.