Internal Resources

University Departments

Departments receiving payments on behalf of the University are responsible for ensuring that adequate control procedures are in place to secure the collection and proper receipt of money. Departments or individuals that have not been through cash receipt training, or are hosting a fundraiser or special event, need to receive approval and training from the Bursar's Office before collecting funds. All departments must complete the online deposit form through PeopleSoft, and provide receipts for their deposits. Receipt books are issued by the Bursar’s Office and may be requested at either the Beaufort campus or the Bluffton Campus. Please view the University Policy FINA 4.10 for more detailed information, and for instructions on filling out a receipt, or you may contact the Bursar’s Office at (843) 208-8008.

Departments must make deposits to the Bursar’s Office within the following time periods:

  • When the amount is $50 or more, the deposit must be made by the next business day.
  • When the amount is less than $50, the deposit must be made within five business days.

Click HERE to login and enter your deposit into People Soft.  The online deposit form will need to be printed and brought to the Bursar's Office along with your funds for deposit.

If you do not have access to PeopleSoft, and need to make a deposit on behalf of your department, please contact the Bursar's Office at (843) 208-8008 or

Student Clubs & Organizations

Student groups wishing to host a fundraiser or collect funds need to meet with the Head Cashier in the Bursar’s Office before collecting funds.  The Treasurer or other designated club member should contact the Bursar’s Office a minimum of 1 week before the fundraiser in order to schedule a training session.  All students that will be collecting funds will need to attend the training session.  You may email the Bursar’s Office at or make an appointment by phone at (843) 208-8008.

Click HERE to fill out a deposit form.  The form will need to be printed and brought to the Bursar's Office along with your funds for deposit.