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Overhead Expense Policy
Sponsored Projects Accounting
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Overhead Expense Policy

Contents of this page:

  1. Grants and Contracts

  2. Auxiliary Enterprises

A. Grants and Contracts

Trinity University periodically negotiates an indirect cost rate with the Department of Health and Human Services. This indirect cost rate is applied to grants, contracts and other agreements covered by Office of Management and Budget Circular A-21.

All applicable contract proposals should include the appropriate recovery of indirect costs. For the current indirect cost rate, please call ext. 7331.

The indirect cost recoveries received by the institution are treated as current unrestricted income.

B. Auxiliary Enterprises

Overhead expenses based on square footage are allocated to self-sustaining departments (bookstore, food services, and the Office of Residential Life) at the end of the fiscal year. Typical overhead expenses allocated are administrative expenses, utilities, housekeeping, security, etc.

Information on overhead expenses may be obtained from the Controllerís office.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
BUSINESS OFFICE:
          ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING
          ACCOUNTS PAYABLE AND EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT
          CASHIER'S OPERATIONS
          PAYROLL
          SPONSORED PROJECTS (GRANTS)
          STUDENT ACCOUNTS AND STUDENT LOANS
CAMPUS SECURITY
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE
HUMAN RESOURCES
PURCHASING
RISK MANAGEMENT

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Trinity University
Office of Finance & Administration
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San Antonio, TX   78212-7200

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This page was last modified on June 25, 2012.