e-Veritas Archive | August, 2017

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Compliance Corner: Ask Before Giving Your Tickets Away

NCAA rules prohibit an institution, its staff members, and its boosters from offering, providing, or arranging financial assistance or any other benefits for a prospective student-athlete, which the NCAA defines as any individual in high school, regardless of whether that person is being recruited by the University of Miami or even plays a sport.

While the University can provide certain benefits to prospective student-athletes, including tickets to UM games, provided the tickets have been verified by the Compliance Office, UM staff members and boosters are not permitted to provide any type of “pre-college expenses” to anyone who is a prospective student-athlete. That means staff members may not donate or give their tickets to any high school-aged individual.

Additionally, donating tickets or other items to be auctioned for a high school is specifically prohibited, as the funds raised by these auctions go directly to prospective student-athletes, even if they are not earmarked for specific individuals.

It is of utmost importance that UM boosters and employees refrain from providing any benefits to UM student-athletes and prospective student-athletes unless and until they have contacted the compliance office for guidance on what benefits are permissible.

As always, your efforts to help the University of Miami maintain a culture of compliance are greatly appreciated. For more compliance information, follow the UM Athletics Department on Twitter (@UCompliance), like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/UCompliance), or contact them via email, athleticscompliance@miami.edu.

 

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Workday Finance Is Here

Workday Finance is here!

This phase of the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Project includes the implementation of financial accounting, procurement, expense reimbursement, purchasing card reconciliation, grants management, bank reconciliations, and accounting for capital projects and capital assets. Click here to see a summary of some of the changes that may impact your department.

Drop-in labs to practice business processes are currently available on the Coral Gables, Miller School, and Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS) campuses through Friday, September 8. Drop-in labs are a great way to get hands-on experience in Workday. For the full schedule of drop-in labs, please click here. (Note: you do not have to register to attend a drop-in lab).

If you missed training before last Friday’s go live, formal training will resume on Monday, September 11. Please visit the Workday Finance Training Catalog to review the list of available training classes. Click here to review Workday Finance Tip Sheets and Tutorials.

The Workday Finance Team, in cooperation with the UMIT Service Desk, will be monitoring Service Desk tickets and issues centrally to assist in any way possible.

If you have any questions, please contact the UMIT Service Desk at 305-284-6565 or help@miami.edu. If you have any questions about the project, please email workdayfinance@miami.edu.

Interested in Learning More?

Learn about the Financial Data Model (FDM), grants, gifts, and security functionality in Workday as part of the Finance 101 Series. To register, visit ULearn and search for the keyword: “FDM101,” or by the complete course name: “Workday FDM 101.”

Sign Up for Updates!

Register to receive the Workday Finance Update, a monthly publication sent straight to your inbox. Email workday@miami.edu or click here to register.

To learn more about the Workday Finance project click here. If you have any questions about the project, email a Workday expert at workdayfinance@miami.edu.

 

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StormSurge Room Moves to the Food Court

In an effort to improve the facilities and options at the Student Center Complex, the StormSurge room across the hall from the University Center Pool has moved to the Hurricane Food Courtby the Subway. Use this easy-to-find, centrally located space, which has plenty of windows, to attract more members and participants to your next meeting or event. To request a reservation, visit www.miami.edu/SCCreservations.

 

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Discounted Tickets to ‘Totally 90’s Tour’ at the Watsco Center

rockphotoThe hottest artists of the ’90s are coming together for the best arena dance party of the year at the Watsco Center at 8 p.m. on Friday, November 17, and all University of Miami employees, students, and alumni can purchase tickets at a discounted rate.

Just use the discount code TOTALLY 90’s when purchasing tickets online at Ticketmaster.com. Tickets start at $49.50.

 

 

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