Trending Year-End Balances by College / Unit Group
This dashboard provides a summary version of the Provost View in the Trending Year-End Balances dashboard.
- This dashboard provides the Provost View (otherwise known as the Year-End Operational Balance view)w - see Definitions for more detail
More Information and Links Within the Dashboard
- Additional detail is available by hovering over the data points.
- Links to related reports are available by clicking the menu (three lines) icon at the top right of the dashboard.
Default Fund Group Selections
- This dashboard defaults to selecting the Fund Groups of State, Designated, Designated - IDC, and Auxiliary, consistent with balance reports provided by the Provost's Office.
Year-End Operational Balance (otherwise known as "Cash Balance" or often simply "Year-End Balance") reflects the operational inflows and outflows. This is technically the figure reported on Object Code 8100 in the institutional financial system and is also known as the "Provost View" due to it previously being used by the Provost for reviewing college balances.
Year-End Fund Balance (otherwise known as "Ending Fund Balance") reflects total actual Inflows minus total actual Outflows.
Inflows are the sum of the Fiscal Year's Beginning Fund Balance (or Carryforward), inclusive of Assets and Liabilities, plus total Revenues and Income
Outflows are the sum of total expenses, not including Encumbrances
Encumbrances can be thought of as an amount of money officially reserved to pay personnel, institutions, or other entities
Year-End (otherwise known as Ending) amounts (e.g., Year-End Balances or Ending Balances) is a term used for indicating that amounts reflect the end of the Fiscal Year (June 30 of each year).
Fund Groups (otherwise known as Fund Types or simply "Funds") can be explored in Financial Services' guide on Account Types-Fund Descriptions.
For division-specific information, go to ALVSCE Business Services