archive-edu.com » EDU » C » CSUSTAN.EDU

Total: 1294

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Meet the EAP Team | California State University Stanislaus
    Summer Session Winter Intersession Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Presidential Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Early Assessment Program College Readiness Meet the EAP Team Meet the EAP Team Johana Orellana Interim EAP Coordinator 209 667 3985 email Paula Barrington Schmidt EAP Advisory Committee English Director Writing Center Full time Lecturer Department of English 209 667 3674 email Lorena Arroyo EAP Student Assistant 209 664 6714 email Thomas Abram EAP Advisory Committee Math Department Chair 209 667 3593 email Printer friendly version Early Assessment Program Students Parents Educators Frequently Asked Questions Meet the EAP Team Early Start Information Events Workshops EAP Breakfast ERWC SMI Request EAP presentation New EAP Brochures Guide to College Readiness for Juniors Guide to College Readiness for Seniors Pathway to College Readiness Flowchart Student Resources Support for High School Students Free Test Preparation Graduation Calculator EAP CAASPP Results CSU Success English CSU Success Math California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/early-assessment-program/meet-eap-team (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Government Relations | California State University Stanislaus
    Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Government Relations Government Relations Welcome to the California State University Stanislaus Government Relations website This site provides access to important university information and powerful tools for contacting your elected representatives We hope to empower higher education supporters to advocate for the public university system that is the backbone of

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/government-relations (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Parents Network
    or daughter This is your site so please contact us with any questions or suggestions for improving the Parents Network Contact Information Address Parents Network California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 See Maps Directions 1 Building Location Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building Building 27 See Map 2 Office Suite MSR 300 See Map 3 Phone 209 667 3997 California State University Stanislaus One University

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/government-relations/parents-network (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Legislative Action Center | California State University Stanislaus
    MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Government Relations Legislative Action Center Legislative Action Center My Elected Officials President Barack Obama D U S Senators Dianne Feinstein D Barbara Boxer D Governor Jerry Brown D Policy Tools State Legislative Directory State Officials and Agencies Search Local Government Issues and Legislation Congressional Delegation Media Guide Election Guide State Legislature

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/government-relations/legislative-action-center (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Points of Pride | California State University Stanislaus
    CSU Stanislaus plays a critical role in educating working professionals for California and the Central Valley An educated workforce is critical to the state economy By 2025 41 percent of California jobs will require at least a bachelor s degree The state is projected to face a shortage of one million college graduates in the same year Public Policy Institute of California 2009 At CSU Stanislaus 72 percent of transfer students and 79 percent of first time freshmen are first generation college students Economic Impact CSU Stanislaus generates a total annual impact of 169 million to the regional economy and 269 million to the statewide economy The economic contribution of CSU Stanislaus sustains more than 2 000 regional jobs Nearly 677 million in earnings and 1 billion in statewide industry activity by CSU Stanislaus alumni are directly attributable to their degrees For every 1 appropriated by the state 2 83 in regional and 4 50 in statewide spending is generated Factoring in the enhanced earnings of CSU graduates in the Central Valley nearly 20 in total spending result from every dollar the state invests Recognition and Distinction The Princeton Review consistently ranks CSU Stanislaus as one of the best undergraduate colleges a distinction awarded to only 15 percent of colleges and universities in the United States The American Association of State Colleges and Universities recognized CSU Stanislaus as one of 12 public universities nationwide that demonstrates exceptional performance in improving retention and graduation rates U S News World Report ranks CSU Stanislaus among the top public universities in the West offering Master s and bachelor s degrees Additionally the university has been designated a Best buy in higher education for the past decade Forbes com ranked CSU Stanislaus among the top 175 public universities for producing top wage earning alumni

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/communications/points-pride (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Commencement
    and Social Work Thursday May 26 2016 6 00 p m Graduate and Credentials Ceremony all Colleges Friday May 27 2016 9 30 a m Undergraduates from College of Business Administration College of Science 2016 Keepsake Grad Packs Get your Grad Pack from your Alumni Association online 5 A great value for all your graduation needs Limited packs available Grad Packs sold out in 2015 Your 2016 Keepsake Grad Pack Includes Cap gown and tassel master s degree includes hood Stanislaus State alumni chrome license plate frame 2016 alumni t shirt Exclusive magnet Cap decorating kit Coupon book with graduation discounts included Pre order your pack today 6 Grad Fair April 12 14 2016 10 a m 4 p m Barnes Noble University Bookstore Join fellow Seniors at the 2016 Grad Fair Purchase all your Commencement needs in one place at one time Class rings announcements and diploma frame vendors will be on hand to answer any and all questions it s the perfect time to come by and take care of all your graduation needs California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/commencement (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Finance Fundamentals Overview | California State University Stanislaus
    Chief Financial Officer CFO The Chief Financial Officer CFO is required to open and maintain bank accounts within the CSU centralized banking system in accordance with CSU policy Centralized banking is currently with Wells Fargo Bank accounts cannot be established by University departments or individuals Overview on Budget Budget Office The University Budget Office exists to provide budget planning and analysis for the University to ensure both the short term and long term fiscal integrity of all funding sources to provide guidance in interpreting federal state and CSU policy regarding expenditure authority to provide and execute a budget planning schedule for the campus and to support the budget information needs of the campus community Stanislaus State Fiscal Year The CSU system operates on the same fiscal year as the State of California July 1 through June 30 Stanislaus State the University Budget Action Committee UBAC The University Budget Advisory Committee is a campus wide advisory committee to the President charged with advising the President on financial planning and budget allocation matters based on the University mission and strategic plans Members appointed to the UBAC have primary responsibility to represent the entire campus faculty staff students and administration in supporting the campus mission with particular attention to division level budgets Members of UBAC receive their assignments through direct communication from the chair of UBAC Budget Activities General Operating Fund Budget Development Timeline Business Analysts Forum In Business Finance we recognize that together we share the responsibility and work involved in conducting the campus day to day business operations The Business Analyst Forum is made up of a group of individuals who all have important roles to play to ensure the full scope of the University s operational needs are met Our goals are to improve campus business processes identify and address business operations training and information sharing issues and insure that business operations communication channels are open and available We believe that by working together we can solve any business problem that arises on campus Budget Carry Forward Departments complete the request form at year end with an expenditure plan for the following fiscal year to request a one time carry forward of general fund restricted and Lottery funds Download form Payroll Expense Adjustment Reallocating Labor Costs Payroll expense adjustments are utilized to move a prior month expense to one or more different funding sources Download Payroll Expenditure Transfer Form Position Control Staff Position Control is assigning and maintaining a position in the University funding Position control is handled in the budget office All documents requiring position control authorization must be signed by the Budget Office Download Staff Management Employment Request Form SMERS Special Consultants The Special Consultant classification Class Code 4660 is to provide payment to individuals who perform special assignments of limited duration and no other appropriate classification is available The Special Consultant process should be avoided when regulations and the situation permit in favor of 1 an independent contractor agreement for services 2 a guest lecturer honorarium form or 3 regular temporary faculty management or staff employment procedures Special Consultant appointments are approved only for the dates daily rate and total number of days specified in this agreement Any changes in the period of employment the daily rate the total number of days authorized or assignment must be submitted on a new agreement form Special Consultant requests are processed by Human Resources but they require approval from the Budget Office View Guidelines on HR s website Overview on Cost Allocation The California State University requires that the President and the Chief Fiscal Officer CFO ensure that costs incurred by the CSU Operating Fund related to state supported instruction for services products and facilities provided to other CSU funds and to Auxiliary Organizations are properly and consistently recovered with cash and or a documented exchange of value Allowable direct costs incurred by the CSU Operating Fund shall be allocated and recovered based on actual costs incurred Allowable and allocable indirect costs shall be allocated and recovered according to a cost allocation plan that utilizes a documented and consistent methodology including identification of indirect costs and a basis for allocation Link to EO 1000 Overview on Audits An audit is a process for providing a review or verification of programs activities or functions This review is conducted in an independent and objective manner Purposes of audits include the following assurances Compliance with policies laws and regulations Safeguarding of resources and assets Economical and efficient use of resources Accurate and reliable financial information and reports The California State University CSU and its universities and auxiliaries are subject to a variety of audits including annual and periodic audits in compliance with Government Auditing Standards The most common audit is a system wide financial audit in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles GAAP and standards set by the Federal office of Management Budget Each campus performs audit fieldwork directed by an external audit firm engaged by the CSU s Office of the University Auditor OUA to collectively report CSU results to the Bureau of State Auditor s annual single audit of the general purpose financial statements included in the State Controller s Office Annual Report to the Governor Auxiliary organizations are required by California Education Code Title V Section 42408 and Nonprofit Integrity Act of 2004 to have an annual fiscal and internal controls audit performed by certified public accountant selected by the auxiliary organization Other external audits may consist of but are not limited to those that are requested by the State Controller s Office the State Department of Finance the Bureau of State auditors the State Board of Equalization the Internal Revenue Service and granting agencies The OUA routinely performs CSU internal audits of specific campus operations based upon an annual risk evaluation These special area audits entail review of internal controls and operational processes relative to specific programs or projects The OUA also administers an auxiliary audit program on behalf of the CSU Board of Trustees to provide additional oversight

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/financial-support-services-gateway/staff-faculty/finance-fundamentals-overview (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Finance Fundamentals How to | California State University Stanislaus
    code re organization or code change How to Request Access to PeopleSoft Finance Who Staff assisted by supervising manager When Anyone who will be using PeopleSoft Finance to submit purchase requisitions run financial reports check account balances etc will need to have security clearance for access How Complete the Office of Information Technology Security Request Form How to Run a Financial Report in PeopleSoft Finance Data Warehouse Who Staff When Staff responsible for managing department budgets and expenditures will need to run financial reports How Data Warehouse Report instructions are available on the Resources web page For more information and instructions go to http reports csustan edu Data Warehouse User Guides Finance Data Warehouse Dashboard and Report Guide OPERATIONS Finance Data Warehouse Dashboard and Report Guide MANAGE MY BUDGET Finance Data Warehouse Dashboard and Report Guide SPONSORED PROGRAMS Finance Data Warehouse Dashboard Management Reporting User Guide How do I Obtain a Speedchart Who Staff involved in financial transactions When Speedcharts are required for all PCard merchant credit card program purchases OfficeMax account usage and internal service reimbursements Print Shop Mail Services Facilities Services Shredding Services How Request a that accounting set up a speedchart for each chartfield combination by completing the Speedchart Request Form For General Accounting speedchart you will need Fund DeptID Account and Program Code if utilized For Grant Accounting speedchart you will need Fund DeptID Account and Project Code How Can I See if I Have a Speedchart for a Specific Chartstring There are two reports on Reporting Services data warehouse one for PCard speedcharts and one for OfficeMax and other chargebacks Reporting Services The reports are in the Finance Financial Statement folder How to change or establish New Delegation of Authority for Financial Transactions Who Staff initiates When Financial transactions require the authorization from a delegated authority list below Staff should complete a new Delegation of Authority for Expenditures Form when one of the department s authorized signers changes e g new hire department management change etc Transactions under 1 000 can be approved by the appropriate College Dean Assoc Assist Vice President or Vice President exceptions for Grants and Trusts Transactions 1 000 or greater must be approved by the appropriate Vice President Trust Fund transactions under 1 000 can be approved by the authorized Trustee Trust Fund transactions over 1 000 must be approved by the appropriate Vice President Grant Fund transactions of any amount can be approved by the Principal Investigator PI No additional approval is required since the fund disbursements are defined in the Grant contract How For all funds other than Trusts Endowments Scholarships and Campus Programs complete the Delegation of Authority for Expenditures Form For Trust Funds complete the Account Trust Agreement Application For Endowment Funds complete the Account application Endowment form Submit the form to Financial Services For Scholarships and Campus Program funds complete the Foundation Account Application Form for Scholarships Campus Programs How to Request Carryforward for State Funds Who The Business Analyst in a college or Division

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/financial-support-services-gateway/staff-faculty/finance-fundamentals-how (2016-02-15)
    Open archived version from archive



  •