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About Us

  • Stop By

    Find us at Hovey Hall


    8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • Contact Us

  • Mailing Address

    University Comptroller
    Illinois State University

    Campus Box 1100
    Normal, IL 61790-1100


  • Accounts Payable

    Voucher Processing, Travel

    100 S. Fell, Suite 238
    Campus Box 1200
    Normal IL 61790-1200

    (309) 438-5672

  • Purchasing Office

    100 S. Fell, Suite 215
    Campus Box 1220
    Normal IL 61790-1220

    (309) 438-1946

  • Payroll Office

    100 S. Fell Ave, Suite 239
    Campus Box 0580
    Normal IL 61790-0580

    (309) 438-7677

  • Student Accounts Office

    Cashiers, Collections, Student Accounts

    605 W. Dry Grove Street
    Campus Box 1210
    Normal IL 61790-1210

    (309) 438-5643

  • Redbird Card Office

    200 N. University Street
    (Bone Student Center)
    Campus Box 1250
    Normal IL 61790-1250

    (309) 438-2273

Who We Are

The Comptroller's Office, a unit of the Vice President for Finance and Planning division, is responsible for the oversight of financial transactions, reporting and compliance. Departments under the Comptroller's umbrella are the Business Office, Cashiers, Collections, E-Commerce, Investments and Cash Management, Payroll, Purchasing, Redbird Card Office, Risk Management and Student Accounts. The Comptroller's Office also manages the University's banking and debt financing activities.

Our Vision and Values

  • Our Vision

    The Office of the Comptroller will provide quality, accurate and timely financial services to the University community. Staff will be thoroughly engaged, knowledgeable, and committed to education, training and development that support innovative solutions that add value to University stakeholders.

  • Our Values

    We value a collaborative work environment where employees are engaged and empowered, using innovative ideas and integrity to further the University's Mission.

  • Our Objectives

    • Recruit, Develop, Motivate and Retain a Qualified and Diverse Work Force
    • Comply with Federal, State and University Regulations
    • Reduce Administrative Burdens