Comptroller

The primary mission of the Comptroller’s Office is to efficiently and effectively monitor financial resources to minimize business risk, safeguard University assets, monitor fiscal compliance, ensure timely and accurate financial reporting, improve internal controls and accountability at all levels, and provide professional and courteous services to our customers.

All operational processes of the office function together in supporting the University’s Strategic Plan and institutional goal of Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Accountability.

Cashier's Office Hours

Monday  8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday 8 a.m.- 7 p.m.
Wednesday  8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

These administrative support units exist to ensure the continued success of the University as an institution of higher education in achieving its mission of teaching, research, and outreach - Comptroller, Chief Accountant, & Director of Accounts Payable. 

Staff

Shawn Charles
Comptroller
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor
504-286-5321
scharles@suno.edu

 
Gibson, Alonda 
Accountant 2, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5021

 
Johnson, Diana 
Administrative Assistant, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5123

 
Johnson, Marietta 
Cashier Supervisor, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5323

 
Patterson, Grady 
Chief Accountant, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5256

 
Saverin, Trittany 
Payroll Accountant, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5151

 
Smith, Sylvia 
Administrative Coordinator, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5322

 
Thomas, Jeffery 
Grant Accountant, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5132

 
Williams, Shannon 
Accountant 2, Comptroller's Office 
Bashful Administration Building, First Floor 
5133


 


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The core functions performed by these unites include general accounting, grant & contract accounting, accounts payable, travel management, cashier operations, student billings & receivables, collections & receivables, cash management, and administrative support.

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