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Financial Services

Who We Are

The Heritage College financial resources

The Financial Services Office is responsible for maintaining budgeting, accounting and reporting of the college's financial resources in partnership with each of the Heritage College departments and their budget managers. Our office ensures compliance with university policy and procedures and provides assistance to the college’s faculty and staff. We also serve as a liaison to areas of the university such as the Division of Finance, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and Office of the Provost, as well as external groups regarding financial issues, systems, processes and reports.

Forms

Chart of Accounts ORG Hierarchy

Chart of Accounts HCOM Activities

Financial Services Staff

Department Directory

Our staff is available to assist you with your budget and financial issues.

Meet Our Staff

Policies and Procedures

Budget Responsibilities

Become familiar with the Heritage College and University Policies and Procedures relating to finance.

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Events

News

  • Heritage College students to lend a hand in fighting pandemic

    The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is sending in reinforcements in Ohio’s battle with COVID-19. Starting April 13, approximately 250 medical students will deploy to local health agencies to assist in containing the outbreak and support Ohio’s public health professionals.
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  • Heritage College, and other OHIO colleges, donate protective gear to hospitals

    With COVID-19 putting increased strain on health care systems around the world, frontline care providers are facing shortages of protective gear. In the communities that are home to the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine’s three campuses, the college has stepped up to help fill this growing need.
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  • Heritage Community Clinic will keep providing care during COVID-19

    The Heritage Community Clinic at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine will continue to offer health care services to residents in its 24-county service area during the COVID-19 outbreak, while minimizing face-to-face contacts. It is transitioning its model of care to meet patients’ needs while keeping everyone safe.
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