Business Office

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Business Office

Student Services/Administration Building 

Fall 2022 Phone & Window Hours

Monday – Thursday
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Phone: (707)476-4126

Payments can be made online at



The CR Business Office is available to support both students and employees and can be reached at 707-476-4126 or email  Following are many of the areas where the Business Office provides support:

Acquisition of goods and/or services for the District.

  • Bid and quote requirements
  • Contracts
  • Insurance requirements
  • PWC-100
  • Approval requirements
  • Requisition and purchase order processing
  • Re-encumbers and Dis-encumbers
  • Vendor setup
  • Printing chargebacks
  • Fuel chargebacks
  • Warehouse chargebacks
  • Postage chargebacks

Accounts Payable (A/P)
Amounts owed by the District to vendors or suppliers for goods or services rendered.

  • Receives invoices
  • Processes payment to vendors, suppliers, etc.
  • District Accounts Payable
  • Foundation Accounts Payable
  • Revolving Cash Requests

Cal Cards

  • New Cal Card requests
  • Completed statement reconciliation review and processing


  • Pre-travel authorization
  • Travel advance
  • Approval requirements
  • Paying for travel arrangements
  • Post-travel report, receipt requirements, and travel reconciliations

Student Accounts

  • Payments
  • Student Refunds
  • Nelnet Payment Plans
  • BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc.

Accounts Receivable (A/R)
Amounts due to the District.

  • Inter-office billing
  • Financial aid disbursement
  • Sponsored students
  • Residence hall billing and receivable
  • Non-student accounts receivable
  • Delinquent debt collection
  • Student payment disputes
  • Deposits
  • P-Counter
  • CDC charges



  • Budget load into Ellucian/Datatel
  • Budget adjustments and transfers
  • Answering budget and expenditure questions
  • ECBR report – Tracking payroll expenditures
  • Budget code authorization and setup
  • Employee requisitions



  • Districtwide risk management, accident claims, liaison with insurance carrier
  • District owned fleet title transfer and auto insurance contact 

Accounting and Reporting

  • Ellucian/Datatel Finance access, patch testing and acceptance
  • Federal grant award drawdown and management
  • Apportionment revenue tracking and Proposition 30 Education Protection Account required reporting
  • Property tax accounting
  • Measure Q and State bonds, continuing disclosure reporting, compliance, Citizens Bond Oversight Committee coordination, bond refunding
  • Cash/working capital management, Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note (TRAN)
  • General ledger reconciliation, roll-up, closing
  • Annual closing of the District’s books and CCFS 311 Final report
  • Quarterly reports to the Chancellor’s Office: CCFS 311, 320, categorical reports
  • Monthly Board items: District financial report, purchase order report, CalCard report, bond project status report, Foundation investment report and financial report
  • Interaction with Auditors
  • Preparation of required reports for annual financial audit

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