This training module provides guidance for the Financial Reporting System (FRS). FRS is an online record of the University of Guelph’s financial accounts. The data for FRS comes from the University’s Oracle accounting system, where all transactions are processed. The system is updated nightly from the University’s accounting system and will reflect the previous day’s information.
This ADI training module, provides guidance for using the Journal Entry system.
Broader Public Sector (BPS) Procurement Directive
This training presentation helps you to understand the BPS Procurement Directive requirements that the procurement activities in University of Guelph must meet. If you have more questions on the University's procurement policies and procedures, please check our Q&As or email us at email@example.com .
iProcurement Training Module
This training module provides step by step guidance on how to submit electronic requisitions to Purchasing Service through iProcurement system for high value purchases.
For customized one on one training on iProcurment, please inquire with our iProcurement help desk by email firstname.lastname@example.org
This pdf document provides step by step instructions on how to view images of Accounts Payable invoices through FRS. The last page of the document explains the technical specifications necessary to view the images on your PC.
This training module provides information about the 'My Grants Tracker' feature in FRS. My Grants Tracker helps you manage your grants.
Training sessions provided by Research Financial Services to the Department Administrators, College Administrators, and Project Managers to discuss current hot topics/issues related to research award administration at the University of Guelph.
These sessions are also a great opportunity to share best practices and open communication between fellow Department Administrators as well as Research Financial Services.
The Tri-Council training module is multimedia guide for managing your grant from NSERC, CIHR or SSHRC, to ensure that you and the University are using these funds appropriately and are in compliance with funding agency requirements.