Grand Valley State University. Business and Finance
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Description Audit and accountant reports of Grand Valley's assets from 1968 to 1977. These annual audits were performed by external certified public accounting firms. These reports differ from internal audits by determining the adequacy of internal financial control and compliance with Government regulations and University policies.
Series — Box: 1-10
Abstract Audited financial reports are required by the State of Michigan to be submitted annually by state-supported institutions of higher education. The Controller’s Office compiles the reports for the President and the Board of Trustees. Annual report of the fiscal affairs of Grand Valley State University is required to be filed by the State of Michigan. The report is audited and certified prior to submission. It includes financial reports and summaries of the strengths and accomplishments of the ...
Abstract The Finance and Administration Division is responsible for the management of the University's finances. It is divided into several subdivisions, including Business and Finance. Administrative files of the Budget Office, includes budget reports.
Collection Description Internal audits review departmental operations with the objective of evaluating and presenting recommendations relating to department efficiency. Audits of advertising and publications (1973); computer installations and activities, motor pool operations, Urban and Environmental Studies activities, room and board fee waivers, athletic scholarships (1974); bookstore operations, graphic services, plant improvement, travel and conferences, and WGVC-TV (1975); community affairs, mail room, William ...
Collection Description Audit reports of Grand Valley's assets from 1963 to 1984. These audits were performed by the State Audit division's Department of the Auditor General. The reports review Grand Valley's accounting systems and records to determine the adequacy of procedures and extent of internal control.