Financial Services

Financial Services ensures the current and long-term effectiveness of all financial functions of the university including:

  • accounting
  • asset and debt management
  • financial statements
  • operating and research funds management
  • capital budgeting
  • balance sheets
  • university payments
  • financial information systems.

The mandate of Financial Services, which is made up of nine administrative units, is to provide accurate and timely financial information to the government, granting agencies and the Concordia community.

Our clients are Researchers, Association members, Renovation participants, Faculty & administration, Students and External parties.

Students
The Student Accounts Department establishes Concordia’s tuition fees.
Students
External parties
Read our FAQ for information.
External parties

Budget Plan
Concordia University Budget Plan
The Concordia Budget Plan 2012 – 2013 outlines the university's budget for the fiscal year with the aim of maintaining long-term strong fiscal health.
Publication
Financial Statements
Management at Concordia is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these reports. [Annual]
Publication
Concordia University Foundation's Financial Statements
Management at Concordia is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these reports. [Annual]
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