General Accounting Services - Coastal Carolina University
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General Accounting Services is responsible for ensuring the proper recording and reporting of all the financial transactions for Coastal Carolina University. Some of our functions include:
  • General Accounting Services
    Coastal Carolina University
    Century Circle 450a
    P.O. Box 261954
    Conway, SC 29528-6054
  • 843-349-2283
  • 843-234-0436 (fax)
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Financial Reporting

  • Apply accounting standards in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles
  • Develop annual financial reports and publish the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
  • Provide financial information to stakeholders as requested

Cash Management

  • Manage and reconcile the University's bank and investment accounts
  • Process and deposit instructions for wire transfers and Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments from students, vendors and agencies
  • Manage unclaimed property remittance to the State of South Carolina for uncashed payroll and vendor checks
  • View University Cash Receipts Policy »

Debt Management

  • Manage payments of the University's revenue and general obligation bond issues, ensure compliance with bond covenants, and assist with new debt borrowing and existing debt documentation

Credit Card Merchant Services

  • Manage relationships with various e-commerce and credit card processors
  • Partner with other departments/merchants to enable them to accept credit card payments for products and services in a secure and compliant manner
  • Coordinate with Information Technology Services on PCI compliance monitoring and personnel training related to credit card processing in various departments
  • View University Payment Card Industry Standard Security Policy »
  • CCU Payment Card Procedures (PDF)

Fixed Asset Accounting

  • Ensure expenses for University equipment and vehicles are properly capitalized and depreciated according to University and the State of South Carolina guidelines