Index & Account Codes
What are Index Numbers & Account Codes?
6-digit number beginning with 802XXX or 830XXX. Student groups will be sent the Cash Index number about 2 weeks after the group has been officially recognized by the Center for Student Involvement. The Cash Index is like your student group bank account number. Deposits and expenses will be credited and charged to this account. Money in this account will roll over year to year. Each group only has one cash index number.
- Club Sports Teams: Index numbers: Begin with the number “3” (3XXXXX)
6-digit number that begins with 800XXX or 801XXX(for older graduate groups). The budget index is given to the student group after they receive funding from the SGA Finance Board or Graduate Student Government (GSG). The Budget index is also like a bank account number but the money in the budget index should only be used for expenses related to the program that was funded by the Finance board or GSG. Budget index funds do not roll over year to year. Deposits typically should not be made to the Budget Index. Each group only has one Budget index number. For more information on student group funding for programs and events please visit the SGA Finance Board website or the Graduate Student Government funding website
- Club sports Teams: Do not have Budget Index numbers.
5-digit number that typically begins with the number “5” (Income) or “7” (Expenses). The account code classifies the type of income/expense in the index. Account codes should be used along with your index numbers when making transactions using your student group account.
Example: Food Expense = 74320 | Dues Income = 50487
Look up Index Numbers
Helpful Tips on how to look up the Index Number
- The Cash index number will begin with 802 or 830. Club sports will begin with the number “3”
- The Budget Index number will begin with “800” or “801”(for older graduate groups)
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Look Up Account Codes
Accounts Codes are used to classify a type of expense or income/revenue. (Ex. Dues or suppplies).