The General Accounting Department is responsible for the financial accounting and reporting functions of Wayne County Community College District, including the direction and supervision of financial accounting, payroll, procurement, accounts payable, Bursar, property management and grants and contracts. It establishes, evaluates, recommends and enforces policies to ensure internal control, orderly, timely and accurate processing of transactions, closing of the general ledger, and the recording and preparation of financial reports for internal and external users. It also ensures compliance regarding College, State and Federal requirements, guidelines and laws.
Auxiliary Services - The Auxiliary Services Department is dedicated to supporting the entire Wayne County Community College District by offering convenient services and resources including Inventory Control. Our team strives to create an environment valuing trust, open communication and respect. The Auxiliary Services Department sets the standard for commitment to quality customer services through ongoing collaboration and partnership.
Budget - The purpose of the District Budget Department is to assure the efficient use of District resources in the pursuit of meeting the Mission of Wayne County Community College District.
Fiscal Accountability Operations Center (FAOC) - The FAOC is responsible for payments to external suppliers for goods and services and District employees for travel (professional development) and expense reimbursements. The FAOC is the primary contact between suppliers and the District regarding issues relating to payments.
Grants and Contracts Overview - The Grants and Contracts Office is responsible for all post award activities for sponsored programs. The office is responsible for advising recipients of sponsored funding of all matters relating to rules, regulations and policies pertaining to fiscal management of grants and contracts.
Investments - As stewards of taxpayer resources, Wayne County Community College District maintains a very conservative investment policy. The safeguarding of assets and the security of invested funds are the prime objectives of the District's investment activities.
Payroll - The Payroll Department is responsible for compensating all WCCCD faculty and staff, withholding applicable taxes and deductions, providing wage and tax statements, and delivering exceptional customer services to internal customers. Frequency of compensation is based on the pay schedule set forth for each employee group. Additionally, all employees have the ability to access leave balances and pay information, including direct deposit allocation, earnings and deductions history, and pay stubs via Web-Gate.
Bursar - The Bursar's Office serves as Institution Cashier, responsible for accurately receipting, recording and depositing the collection of Institution monies. We maintain bill, collect student account receivables and provide customer service.
Purchasing - Purchasing has the responsibility for the procurement of supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services.
For detail, please refer to the Finance Handbook. (* It is for WCCCD faculty/staff only. When accessing this page, be sure to put "wcccd\" in front of your username.)