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Campus Organizations Accounting Office


Welcome to Campus Organization Accounting!


Please use this website as a resource for treasurers and advisors to find information on how they can successfully manage their organization's finances, create requests for payments and purchasing cards, and locate form or guide to help them get the job done!

To the left there is information on our forms, guides for financial management, a library of the Workday resources we have created, and pages for other topics that may be needed by your organization's fiscal officers.



Campus Organizations Accounting (COA)


The Campus Organizations Accounting (COA) office is a unit within the Division of Student Affairs. COA specializes in oversight of agency funds which are spent primarily by the multiple student organizations at Iowa State University assisting in adherence to University, State and Federal policies. Our pride comes from assisting student fiscal officers through training and programs which allow student payment processing without utilization of private funds. COA also performs annual audits of the spending of Student Government allocations derived from student activity fees.



Treasurer Training: The Campus Organizations Accounting Office is notified when treasurer positions change in the student organizations data base and new treasurers will be enrolled for Treasurer Training in Canvas.


How to Contact Us

Campus Organizations Accounting Office
Iowa State University
1580J Memorial Union
2229 Lincoln Way
Ames, IA 50014-1097

Phone: 515-294-1633
coa@iastate.edu

Office Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm during the academic year;
7:30 am to 4:00 pm during the summer and breaks.

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Anthony David (second from left) with COA staff
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Anthony David with SAE International advisor Dr. Paola Pittoni

Campus Organizations Accounting (COA) appreciates all of the work that the 900+ student treasurers perform over the school year. Their job responsibilities include reconciling financial accounts, initiating tasks and transactions through Workday, and keeping their organization apprised of budgetary balances.


On May 18th, we were pleased to award our Treasurer of the Year for the 2021-2022 school year. Anthony David, a student in Mechanical Engineering, was selected in recognition for his service to SAE International Student Chapter. The nominators of the COA Office Student Staff noted how thorough, responsive, and accurate he was in performing his duties. Congratulations to Anthony!


The COA Office would also like to recognize all the nominees for our Treasurer of the Year Award. Thank you your hard work and a great year!

  • Olivia Behn, Men’s Hockey
  • Nicholas Lee, Interfraternity Council
  • Connor Pickhinke, Rodeo Club
  • Mary Von Rentzell, American Association of Equine Practitioners



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