Office of Business Operations


News & Announcements

  • Procurement Services September Newsletter
    2 months 1 week ago

    The September Procurement Services Newsleetter is NOW AVAILABLE. Topics:

    • Procurement Team Wins AEP Award
    • Personal Car Rental Insurance
    • Receiving
    • Campus Beverage
    • ATM Machines
    • Procurement Card Limit Review
    • ... read more
  • 2018 Beverage Contract - FAQ's
    4 months 3 weeks ago

    Beverage Contract FAQ's, please contact Molly Ungs in Procurement Services with additional questions.

Accounts Payable processes the payments for the campus community, coordinates supplier information, and manages Pro-Cards.

University departments that bill and receive payments from external non-student customers can find information here, including quick reference guides for creating, adjusting, or deleting an invoice through UNI e-Business.

The Cashier's provide student account services, including the processing of u-bill payments, dispensing of student refund checks, and supporting UNI departmental deposits.

Fixed Assets processes equipment inventory, maintains transit/surplus information, and manages off-campus use of university property.

The Payroll area of Business Operations processes the payroll for the faculty, staff, and student employees, manages withholdings, and accounts for staff vacation and sick leave.

Procurement Services assists the campus community in the procurement of quality goods and services through competitive bidding, supplier negotiations, purchase orders, and contracts.

The Perkins Loan area services all UNI Perkins Loan borrowers once they begin repayment which includes repayment options, processing payments, deferments, and cancellations.

The Student Accounts Area provides students, parents, university departments, and external agencies with expertise regarding all aspects of the university bill. Our staff is happy to assist with questions related to the u-bill, payment options, and refunds.

Accounting & Reporting provides accounting, reporting, and financial analysis and consulting services that are essential as the University of Northern Iowa pursues its mission of teaching, research, and public service.