End of Year Cut-Off Announcement

Please review the SLCC Year-End Cut-Off Dates for FY22 (ending June 30, 2022)

The Controller’s Office and Business Services is responsible for strengthening the College’s financial foundation and provides an array of business activities and fiscal expertise to students, faculty, and staff.

CONTROLLER'S OFFICE AND BUSINESS SERVICES STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The Controller’s Office and Business Services is responsible for strengthening the College’s financial foundation and provides an array of business activities and fiscal expertise to students, faculty, and staff. The Controller’s Office and Business Services contributes to the College’s achievement of strategic priorities by:

  • Enhancing the College’s financial stability and strength through incorporating best business practices and developing fiscal related policy and procedures.
  • Designing and maintaining an effective financial system and ensuring the integrity and completeness of financial data.
  • Preparing audited financial statements and managing all College internal and external financial reporting.
  • Ensuring effective governance through implementation of strong internal controls to safeguard College assets and resources, mitigate financial risks and enhance College compliance with fiscal related laws, rules, regulations, and practices.
  • Conducting all key aspects of the College’s financial operations.
  • Implementing and monitoring necessary business operations to properly account for all purchasing, cash disbursement and cash receipting activities. Business operations include treasury, payroll, purchasing, accounts payable and receivable, cashiering, property control and grant/contract accounting.
  • Managing the College banking, cash flow and investing activities.
  • Training College staff regarding fiscal literacy and responsibility with an emphasis on financial stewardship.
  • Analyzing, recommending, and implementing new systems and processes to provide efficiencies and improve user experience.
  • Providing auxiliary and other business-type services that enhance the student experience, minimize the impact of the cost of attendance, and provide competitive, customer focused businesses which transform the campus into a community and foster a more student friendly environment.