Finance is collectively responsible for developing and implementing strategic planning, policies, and programs to provide the highest quality of services and support for our customers. University Finance manages and oversees the University's financial resources in support of its mission.
University Finance provides information that leadership needs to make strategic financial decisions, report accurately and transparently the financial condition of the University and its constituent parts. Additionally, we lead efforts to promote institutional effectiveness and productivity, promote responsible conduct of research and other activities to comply with legal and other mandates.
Also, we contribute to managing enterprise risks, and support recruiting, retaining, developing, and rewarding teams of highly qualified financial professionals and staff centrally and throughout the University.
The Department of Finance oversees services for students, faculty, and staff, specifically those provided by Student Financial Services, Cashiering, Payroll, Accounts Payable, Travel, eCommerce and General Campus Financial Services.

The General Accounting Department is responsible for the installation and administrative direction of all general accounting records and procedures, the preparation and interpretation of all external financial reports, and the preparation and interpretation of all internal financial reports concerning the university as a whole.
The University Procurement Office is a service unit dependent upon the cooperation and assistance of all University units and departments in order to be the most benefit to the University.
Successful procurement can best be performed by a single department which specializes in this field and which works in cooperation with the rest of the university in making purchases. Within the University, therefore, the responsibility for the procurement of supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services is placed in the University Procurement Office. The University Procurement Office is responsible for negotiating, preparing, executing or recommending execution, and administering all contracts, purchase orders and rental agreements which involve expenditures for supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services
The Central Stores is an office established to perform receipt, inspection, delivery and temporary storage of material pending delivery to University departments. The office strives to perform each task in an efficient and timely manner for the benefit of the university.

Contact Info

Main Campus
Contact Info: 020 211 823/4/5  
KeMU Ext. 8127