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Who We Are

The Heritage College financial resources

The Office of Financial Services 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

Budget Subcommittee

 

Annual Report

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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News

  • Families of body donors say altruism motivates gift

    During the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Body Donor Memorial Service, friends and family said a desire to help others was the driving force behind why their loved ones gifted their bodies to science.
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  • "Rethinking Poverty" workshop helps instill empathy in new class of medical students

    Incoming medical students participated in an interactive workshop designed to build awareness and provoke discussion about social determinants of health and the implications of living in under-resourced communities.  
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  • Summer Scholars provides students a unique start to medical school

    Where medical school starts is not the same for everyone. For some at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, it begins with a program called Summer Scholars. This summer, 24 students joined Heritage College faculty, professors and current students in Athens, Ohio to be immersed in a five-week, rigorous, hands-on program similar to what first-year medical students experience.  
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