P.O. Box 400210
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4210
The University's Associate Vice President for Finance oversees key financial functions within the University and ensures that University funds are properly received, spent, and reported in accordance with university policies and state and federal regulations, serving a range of internal and external stakeholders. Among the areas of responsibility are financial reporting and compliance, managerial analysis and allocation, financial performance measurements, and financial planning. The Associate Vice President for Finance, along with the Vice President for Management and Budget, provides day to day oversight of the University's project to develop a new activity-based budget model. The Associate Vice President for Finance reports to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
The Associate Vice President for Finance leads the following University units:
- Financial Administration/Comptroller: Financial Administration strives to provide financial and administrative leadership, strong internal controls, and services of the highest quality to the University community. The office is responsible for financial reporting, financial transaction processing, account reconciliations, fixed asset accounting, investment and endowment accounting, debt accounting, and cost analyses.
- Research Administration: Research Administration (Office of Sponsored Programs) manages all fiscal aspects of externally funded grants and contracts awarded to the University. The office performs grant management functions, including the review and approval of proposals, negotiation of contracts and awards, billing and collections, financial reporting, and compliance monitoring.
- Student Financial Services: Student Financial Services is dedicated to providing efficient, courteous, and responsible financial services, while complying with federal, state, and University regulations. The office is responsible for financial aid (AccessUVa), student accounts, contracts and tax services, cashiering, and accounts receivable processing.