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Financial Services


Financial Services supports the mission of McLennan Community College by providing financial services to MCC students, faculty, staff, and other constituencies.  It is comprised of Accounts Payable, Payroll Reporting, Budget/ Financial Reporting, and Grants.  We are committed to delivering excellent services with integrity.

The mission of Financial Services is to provide quality financial services and to be responsive to the needs of the customer. We are committed to delivering these services in a positive, efficient, and ethical manner.

Our office is located on the first floor on the Administration/Classroom Building. Office hours are Monday – Friday 8am-5pm. 

Accounts Payable

The primary function of Accounts Payable is to ensure all disbursements are processed timely, accurately, and in compliance with MCC, local, state, and federal rules and regulations. Accounts Payable is responsible for:
  • Vendor invoices
  • Employee reimbursements
  • Requisitions and purchase orders
  • General ledger account reconciliation

Payroll Reporting

The primary function of Payroll Reporting is to ensure all employee payroll related disbursements are processed confidentially, accurately, and in compliance with MCC, local, state, and federal rules and regulations. Payroll Reporting is responsible for:
  • Local, state, and federal payroll reports
  • Employee W-2 forms
  • Employee payroll deductions
  • Employee insurance and retirement reconciliation and payments

Budget/Financial Reporting

The primary function of Budget/Financial Reporting division is to ensure all institutional and grant budgets are balanced and reported in compliance with MCC, local, state, and federal rules and regulations.  Budget/Financial Reporting is responsible for:
  • Institutional budget development and revision
  • General ledger reconciliation
  • Financial policy interpretation and implementation
  • Financial statement preparation

Grants and General Ledger 

The primary function of Grants and General Ledger is to ensure all externally funded program disbursements and reports are processed timely, accurately, and in compliance with MCC, local, state, and federal rules and regulations. Grants and General Ledger is responsible for:
  • Local, state, and federal grant financial reports
  • Grant budget development and compliance
  • Disbursement audit
  • General ledger reconciliation