Faculty Reports

CLAS is the University’s premier leader in data utilization and reporting. Providing electronic statements to faculty, including biweekly and ad hoc updates, is evidence of the College’s continual advancement in reporting to all levels of the Institution. We pride ourselves on the clean and intuitive nature of our reports and have been sought out to provide reporting to the Neag School of Education.

Our reports have been developed to assist faculty and staff with understanding their current account balances. Reports are PDF documents generated from bsc@uconn.edu. These reports are distributed via email on a bi-weekly basis and should not be considered SPAM. Our team values feedback and suggestions regarding any and all of our reports.  For additional report development, please contact us at bsc@uconn.edu with suggestions.


Frequently Asked Questions

 
Q: Why am I getting financial reports?

A: Anyone listed as an account supervisor in the University’s financial system (KFS)  within CLAS will receive auto-generated reports sent to their email on a bi-weekly basis.

Q: What if I think I should be receiving reports but am not?

A: Since the reports are generated based on who is listed as account supervisor, it would be best to contact your department administrator or Business Services for assistance.

Q: What do the red highlighted boxes mean?

A: The boxes that appear in red indicate an approaching end date on an account, a past end date on an account, or an account deficit. You should contact your department administrator or Business Center for assistance in clearing up these issues.

Q: Why are there still old 5/6 ledger accounts listed on my account summary?

A: Please contact your dedicated GMS contact (located here: https://sharedservices.clas.uconn.edu/grants/) for accounts that remain on your statement but should have been closed out. It often takes several weeks for accounts to be finalized and removed from reports. 

Q: Why didn’t I receive a report this week?

A: If all the accounts for which you are the account supervisor have no transactions in the bi-weekly period, you will not receive a report. If at least one transaction occurs, you will receive a report.

Q: What should I do if I don’t understand a charge?

A: If a charge looks incorrect or unfamiliar, please contact your department administrator, Business Center or Grant Management for assistance.