The Accounting department is committed to providing high-quality and prompt customer service to our students, faculty and other staff who serve our students, and the community that supports our campus. The Accounting department is responsible for, but not limited to, the accounting services for the University and all its auxiliary organizations. Those auxiliary organizations currently consist of the CSU Channel Islands Foundation, the University Glen Corporation and the Associated Students, Inc.  These responsibilities include:
  • Ensuring the integrity of fiscal data through establishment of adequate internal controls to safeguard the assets of the University and its auxiliaries.
  • Identifying regulations and other fiscal compliance requirements that must be adhered to, and implementing policies and procedures to ensure campus compliance.
  • Proper and timely processing of all cash receipts and disbursements.
  • Initiation and payment of debt instruments to support the needs of the campus.
  • Billing of students and all funding sources including the State of California, external grantors, third-party sponsors of students and many others.
  • Processing student fee payments to the University as well as financial aid receipts and disbursements back to our students.
  • Financial and compliance reporting to numerous internal and external customers.
  • General support to the campus community in meeting their responsibilities in matters that have fiscal implications.

Current News & Deadlines

02/20/15 -In an effort to streamline the accounts payable reimbursement process, Financial Services is pleased to offer two updated forms for your use, the Business Expense Claim Form and the Check Request Form. You may start using these forms immediately, however, mandatory use will commence on March 1, 2015 (after this date the old forms will not be accepted).  

02/17/15 - In an effort to comply with CSU policy and provide an updated listing of approved petty cash expenditures, Financial Services has released a “REVISED” Petty  Cash  Procedure  Guide effective 01/30/2015. The most prominent difference in the procedure is included under Section 2.d. - When Petty Cash May Not be Used.  Please make note that business travel related expenses cannot be reimbursed via petty cash.

Accounting Quick Links

CI Accounting Policy and GuidesIssue DatePolicy Number
CI Travel Policy and Procedures    (PDF, 672KB)01/2015 
CI Travel Policy Updates as of 01-31-2015  (PDF, 88KB)01/2015 
CI Travel Store Handbook  (PDF, 2MB)01/2015 
Travel Definitions and Terminology  (PDF, 18KB)  
Honorarium & Speaker Fee Policy   (PDF, 75KB)09/2008 
Accounting/Budget Terminology  (PDF, 109KB)  
CI Petty Cash and Cash Handling Policy/ GuidelinesIssue DatePolicy Number
Petty Cash Active Custodian List  (PDF, 100KB)01/2015 
Petty Cash Procedures - CI Campus  (PDF, 167KB)01/2015 
Petty Cash Policy - CI ASI  (PDF, 52KB)03/2005ASI 2.0
Petty Cash Policy - CI FDN  (PDF, 20KB)10/2002 
Cash Receipts & Disbursements - CI ASI (PDF, 32KB)03/2005ASI 4.0
Cash Receipts & Disbursements - CI FDN (PDF, 45KB)08/2005FDN 3.01
Cash Receipts & Disbursements - CI UGC (PDF, 24KB)07/2004UGC 4.0
Event Cash Handling - CI ASI (PDF, 25KB)03/2005ASI 10.0
CSU ISCUAM Resources (Log-in Required)
 Issue Date
 Policy Number
CSU ISCUAM Main
 
ICSUAM ALL
CSU Hospitality Policy
12/2011
ICSUAM 1301.00
CSU Business Travel Policy
12/2014
ICSUAM 3601.01
CSU Petty Cash Policy
06/2012
ICSUAM 3103.11
Official Mailing Address:
California State University Channel Islands
Accounting and Financial Reporting, Lindero Hall
One University Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
Official Billing Address:
California State University Channel Islands
Accounts Payable, Lindero Hall
One University Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
Accounts Payable Main Email:
CIAP@CSUCI.EDU

Location: Lindero Hall

Office Hours:  Monday-Friday: 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Fax (805) 437-3366