The University requires that all funds be deposited within 24 hours of receipt. If an organization receives money after SOFC business hours or on the weekends, a night deposit box is available. SOFC hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
West Campus - Olsen Blvd (in front of parking area 74, next to the freestanding ATM machine).ï¿½
John J Koldus Student Services Building-ï¿½Located on the 1st floor, next to the informationDesk.
- In order to have access to a drop-box on West Campus, a key must be issued by the SOFC.
- Theï¿½John J Koldus Student Services Buildingï¿½also contains a drop box on the first floor but it requires a separate key. This key is issued by SOFC.
- The SOFC night deposit box is located next to Room 235 in the John J Koldus Student Services Building. A key is not needed.
Any money received should be deposited the following business day. If a completed deposit slip is enclosed, indicate on the outside of deposit envelope the organization's name, account #, and "work deposit" on the envelope. The SOFC will open and deposit the money into the account. The deposit receipt will be placed in the organization's SOFC mail slot. If the envelope is unmarked, the envelope will remain unopened and placed in the SOFC vault until the organization comes to the SOFC to process.
Lock Boxes and Bags
The SOFC has a limited supply of lock boxes and bags that may be borrowed by a student organization. The box/bag may be kept for one week. After one week, the box/bag should either be returned to the SOFC or rechecked for another week. The organization is responsible for paying for any damage to the box/bag and for replacing any lost keys, boxes or bags.
The SOFC has bulk mail stamps and stickers necessary for bulk mailing. These may be borrowed for one week. For more information about bulk mailing, contact University Mail Service Center at 845-4624.
The SOFC mails organization checks at no charge.