The Office of Financial Reporting

The Financial Reporting Office is responsible for a number of major external reports including the Annual Financial Report and the Institutional Trust Fund Report as well as monthly NCAS reports to the state and UFDM reports to UNC General Administration.  This office also provides the financial information used to meet federal reporting requirements for the IPEDS and FISAP reports.

Additionally, this office supports the operations of the University Accounting and Contracts & Grants offices by preparing ad hoc financial reports, maintaining the chart of accounts in Banner Finance and assisting with endowment and debt service accounting.

2017 Financial Report

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Katherine Burckley, Financial Reporting Director

North Carolina A&T State University
1601 East Market Street
304 Dowdy Administrative Building
Greensboro, North Carolina 27411

Phone:  336.256.2299/336.285.3028
Fax:  336.256.0891
Email:  burckley@ncat.edu

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