What does the SAO do?
What is the SAO?
The Student Accounting Office, formerly known as the Bursar's Office, provides accounting services to students and University faculty and staff.
Major services provided to students include: cashiering; set up and handling of payment arrangements; counseling regarding student tuition and loan accounts (i.e., Perkins, Health Profession Loans and Nursing Student Loans); and resolution of billing issues.
Some additional services provided by SAO include: processing of Variance Committee petitions; agency placement for delinquent tuition and loan accounts; and assessment of miscellaneous student fees.
All services provided by the Student Accounting Office are offered at the following location on the main campus:
Room 40 in the Fisher Administration Center on the McNichols Campus
What We Do
The SAO provides operational and service support for students and University faculty and staff.
Operational Support provided by Student Accounting:
Service Support provided by Student Accounting:
Chair of the University Variance Committee–a committee established to review appeals for student refunds when a student withdraws from classes due to extenuating circumstances. Appeals must be submitted within 1 calendar year of your withdraw date.