Self-Supporting Funds - Resources
What Self-Supporting Funds are, Contacts, and Resources.
A Self-Supporting Fund is a Fund that receives its money from revenue generated by selling products or services to customers. The activity that generates the revenue is called the self-supporting activity. Each self-supporting Fund has an associated self-supporting activity that supports the Fund. These Funds are managed as a business-like operation, with the objective of generating sufficient sales revenue to finance the associated costs. The self-supporting activity generates sales revenue by providing products or services to customers. Customers may include other university units, faculty/staff/students, the general public, and other external entities.
- Introduction to Self-Supporting Funds Training Guide
- Self-Supporting Funds Policies and Procedures
- LINK Program