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Email: clafiscl@umn.edu
Phone: 
612-624-1008

Fiscal Administration
College of Liberal Arts
208 Johnston Hall
101 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455






Fiscal Administration 

Johnston Hall with tulips in foreground
The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) Fiscal Administration office is the center of the payroll, accounting operations, and resource management operations for the college. We coordinate accounting practices, budget planning and business procedures throughout the college and are responsible for disseminating, implementing, and monitoring University of Minnesota and CLA budget policies and procedures in all CLA units. We also coordinate data collection and reporting, and manage facilities and capital planning for the college.

Our CLA Fiscal Overview (August 2015) provides additional information on the following topics:
    • Basic revenue and expenses
    • A closer look at tuition
    • State appropriations
    • What we control, what we don't
    • Cost pools
    • Instructional funding

To learn more about Fiscal Administration staff, please see our complete list of staff roles and responsibilities by team.

Recent Announcements

  • Departmental Certification Statement for University Business Expenses - Student Reimbursement.doc Departmental Certification Statement for University Business Expenses - Student Reimbursement is now available for download. 
    Posted Jun 8, 2017, 9:52 AM by Ebony Brent
  • FY18 Graduate Student Salary & Fringe Calculator Now Available FY18 Graduate Student Salary & Fringe Calculator is now available to download.
    Posted Apr 20, 2017, 11:41 AM by Ebony Brent
  • FY18 Budget Request Template Now Available FY18 Budget Request Template is now available to download.
    Posted Mar 2, 2017, 6:23 AM by Ebony Brent
  • FY18 TINs Template Now Available FY18 TINs TemplateYou can also download the FY18 TINs template and find other forms on the Instructional Funding page.
    Posted Feb 16, 2017, 4:55 PM by Christopher Stordalen
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