[ BEN Deposits ]
Deposit verified and accepted by the Cashier's Office.
Deposit sent to the University's bank and funds batched for BEN Financials general ledger.
Allows you to create a new deposit.
Deposit has been adjusted by the Cashier's Office.
Bank Advice Receipt
A notice from the bank that an amount of a cash or check
deposit differs from the amount indicated on the deposit.
Funds posted to BEN Financials general ledger.
A user-friendly web-based application that allows depositors from
University schools and centers to complete deposit information on-line and submit it
electronically to the Cashier's Office.
Budgetary Control (BC)
Determines how funds checking will be applied.
Large amounts of coin ($20.00 or more).
Business Enterprise Network (BEN)
The Business Enterprise Network, or BEN, is the
suite of web-based applications that support University-wide financial functions
Center Net Access Class (CNAC)
identifies the responsible School/Center for a transaction.
Allows Schools/Centers to track activity at a level they desire.
Foreign check deposit submitted and waiting to be collected by the
University's bank. Information will not be sent to BEN Financials until the item has been collected.
Any activity which increases the account balance (a deposit).
Any activity which decreases the account balance (a returned check, a processing fee, etc.)
Verification that deposit has been accepted and processed by the Cashier's Office.
Deposit Summary Sheet
Deposit summary information of a submitted deposit.
Deposit Template line
Allows you to set-up account numbers that are used on deposits regularly.
Deposit Tracking Number
A unique nine digit number assigned to identify each individual deposit.
Allows you to download to a spreadsheet program certain deposit transactions for
a specific account number or date range.
quits BEN Deposits application.
Allows you to find deposits based on security access.
Identifies a financial resource across all schools/centers.
A check whereby the numerical amount differs from the hand-written amount.
Magnetic Ink Character Recognition - Characters printed in magnetic ink that are machine readable.
Encoded on the bottom of the check and micr characters usually include the account number and the bank routing number.
Returns to the BEN Deposits home page.
Identifies an activity as an asset, liability, net asset, revenue or expense.
Identifies the department within the School/Center.
Deposit saved but not submitted electronically to the Cashier's Office. Modifications
by the depositor can still occur to a deposit.
A fee that the bank charges for certain deposited items.
Allows you to set-up pre-defined deposit information (deposit template lines).
Identifies the activity.
A check whose funds could not be collected, for one reason or another from the
bank on which the check was drawn.
Deposit has been sent electronically to the Cashier's Office. Deposit remains
in submitted status until the deposit is delivered to the Cashier's Office and processed by the Cashier's Office.
A method of payment (cash, checks, money orders, etc.).