Some new and updated finance training classes are available from the Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) and other departments, from September 2019 through June 2020, including the Accounting and Procurement certificate programs.
Join us for the next DFA Conversations event on Thursday, May 9, from 1:00-2:30 p.m., in Lecture Hall 2, Room S1-165, Schurman Hall, when we describe the accounting, space management, inventory, and related activities that will be necessa
All Cornell University business travel is subject to University Policy 3.2, Travel Expenses. University business travel funded by a sponsored award may have additional or more specific requirements, as defined by sponsor rules. In all cases, Cornell University travel must comply with the more restrictive of these requirements.
Certain operating accounts (also referred to as net asset, fund balance, or reserve accounts) must be fully funded by fiscal year-end. The balance is calculated by adding the beginning fund balance (object code 3190) plus revenue object codes, less expense object codes.
This course is an overview of the Sponsored Financial Activity dashboard, which presents financial activity associated with sponsored projects. You will learn how to analyze your project by reviewing the current financial status and monitoring activity on a regular basis.