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Cashier Window Hours
Mon, Wed-Fri
9:00am - 4:30pm
All cash disbursements stop at 3 PM daily
Tue
10:00am - 4:30pm
All cash disbursements stop at 3 PM daily

PLEASE NOTE: All cash disbursements stop at 3 P.M. daily



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215.898.9844 (Phone)
215.573.6392 (Fax)

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[ Cashier's Office ]

The Office of the Cashier strives to provide professional, high-quality customer service to all members of the University community. The Cashier’s Office serves as a "mini-bank" accepting all University cash and check deposits, accepting and processing student payments, student loans and disbursing cash for University approved transactions. Our goal is to provide excellent customer service to our customers as well as to process each transaction efficiently and accurately.

The Office of the Cashier is part of the Cash Management Department of the Treasurer's Office. The Cashier's Office provides services to the University community at large including both students and University offices.

The collection and controlling of cash at the University of Pennsylvania are very important functions. We would like to remind you of the Deposit of Cash Receipts financial policy #1504.

1504 Deposit of Cash Receipts

Purpose

To establish sound cash management practices and safeguard cash receipts against theft or loss.

Policy

  1. All cash and checks received payable to The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania are to be deposited with the University Cashier on the day of receipt. Cash or checks received over the weekend should be deposited on the next business day. Cash depositors are required to wait for a receipt from the cashier at time of deposit. Check depositors must retain copies of deposited checks for a period of seven years.
  2. It is the responsibility of the Financial Administrator to reconcile deposit accounts on a timely basis
  3. The University of Pennsylvania is required under section 60501 of the Internal Revenue Code, to file Form 8300 (Report of Cash Payments in the amount of $10,000.00 or greater) within 15 days of receipt of cash from an individual or corporation in one or more related transactions.

For this policy and other cash policies, visit: http://www.finance.upenn.edu/vpfinance/fpm/1500/1500_pdf/1500.pdf.

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