The Office of the Treasurer enhances the University’s financial resources by providing competitive financing, managing operating liquidity, and practicing sound financial risk management.
The site provides information on the University's financing activities in the capital markets and includes official statements, credit ratings, continuing disclosure statements, annual reports, budget plans, and Forms 990.
The office develops the University’s debt strategy, directs capital market borrowings, conducts affordability studies, allocates debt to projects, publishes the Budgeted Interest Rate (BIR), and ensures tax compliance.
The office is responsible for daily cash positioning, the University’s banking structure cash flow forecasting and advises internal business partners on banking services.
The office partners with schools and departments to enable them to accept credit card payments for products and services in a safe, secure manner.
The office manages a foreign exchange hedging program to assist schools and departments mitigate the impact of foreign currency fluctuations on their budget.