Fiscal Services is a Finance and Administrative Services unit providing service in the key areas: Budget Office, Accounting and Reporting, Payroll, Student Financials/Cashiering Services, Accounts Payable, Prop M Bond Accounting, and PeopleSoft FSCM Functional Support Services.
We are responsible for the fiscal management of District funds and serving as a hub for the collection, processing, and dissemination of financial and budgetary information on behalf of the College and its community.
Our team’s mission is to promote the District’s financial health, transparency, and operational efficiency in support student success.
2018-19 Fiscal Year End Close – Last day to enter journals is Friday, August 30, 2019
PUBLICATIONS FROM THE CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE:
Student Attendance Accounting Manual (SAAM) Provides statutory and regulatory guidelines on student workload measurements for apportionment purposes and residency issues
California Community Colleges Budget and Accounting Manual Provides guidance on accounting and budgeting from the Chancellor’s Office
Student Fee Handbook Reflects pertinent formal and informal legal opinions regarding student fees
Contracted District Audit Manual (CDAM) Provides guidance for the content of the annual audit report and required audit procedures for state compliance
INFORMATION ON FEDERAL PROGRAMS
eCFR – Electronic Code of Federal Regulations Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance U.S. General Services Administration
System for Award Management Website Verification of vendor suspension and debarment
Education Department General Administrative Regulations EDGAR Presented for the North County Educational Purchasing Consortium
Commercial Warrants Claims Manual San Diego County Office of Education
Guide to Bidding and Contracting San Diego County Office of Education
Associated Student Body FCMAT Accounting Manual, Fraud Prevention Guide, and Desk Reference
Government Auditing Standards U.S. Government Accountability Office’s Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS), commonly known as the “Yellow Book”
Governmental Audit Quality Center AICPA provides updates on regulations and audit requirements
COSO Website Provides internal control guidance
Title 5 California Code of Regulations