Texas Tech University has placed a number of major University organizations under the division of Administration & Finance. The following list describes these organizations and their functions.
AFISM strives to provide a current, high-quality, professional, and reliable knowledge base to University employees. Providing: training classes and tutorials, Cognos/Database reporting, website and web application design and development, as well as acting as a central location for most work related technical issues or questions. AFISM's goal is to provide and establish an environment that enables partners to ensure effective technology access, increased productivity, and, ultimately, to further the mission of Texas Tech University.
Auxiliary Services is a non-academic area of the university that extends the learning environment beyond the classroom and enhances the quality of campus life by way of quality goods and services. We are a central office home to nine internal service departments.
The Budget Office is responsible with forecasting, analyzing, and making adjustments to the University's operating budget. They are also responsible for responding to fiscal inquiries from various organizations, and ensuring compliance with state guidelines. BRPM also advises on the resolution of budget issues.
Financial & Managerial Reporting Services is responsible for providing reporting and analysis services for external financial reporting to various state agencies for TTU, TTUSA, TTFI and TTU System. Provides internal managerial reporting services for A&F finance division including monthly and quarterly financial review and analysis, financial report automation and financial ratios. Develops and implements financial reporting policies per GASB and State of Texas Comptroller’s office.
Financial Services and Tax includes Financial Services, Property Inventory & Reporting, and Tax Compliance & Reporting. Financial Services provides the accounting function for Texas Tech University System and Texas Tech University for State funds, institutional funds, and current restricted/endowment funds.
Accounts Receivable primarily is responsible for reconciliation of Tech's deposit and disbursements bank accounts, tracking of record incoming wire tranfers
Operations Division at Texas Tech University provides superior interior and exterior environmental experiences to the students, faculty, staff, and visitors which are healthy, safe, pleasing, and conducive to achieving the highest standards of excellence in teaching, research, and public service activities in the nation.
Procurement Services' mission is to provide excellent customer service while adhering to the highest ethical values in the purchase, receipt, and payment of goods and services in support of the University's mission and goals
SPAR supports the teaching, learning, research and public service missions of TTU by providing financial administration, compliance, and other support services for sponsored project funds.
We serve as a resource to Principal Investigators, College,Departmental, Administrators, and Researchers in the following aspects of the post-award financial administration:
Student Business Services is a student focused department that concentrates on providing accurate and timely billing of tuition and fees for the University including processing of waivers and exemptions. SBS also processes refunds of student aid, provides online payment services and payment plans, manages third party and sponsored student billing, maintains 1098T reporting, manages institutional loan funds and collects on delinquent student accounts.