Founded in 1873, Shorter University is a Christ-centered, four-year liberal arts university committed to excellence in education. U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review annually include Shorter on their lists of best Southeastern Colleges. The university offers traditional bachelor’s degrees in 40 areas of study, online courses and degree programs, undergraduate programs for working adults, associate’s, and master’s programs.
Note: Effective March 10, 2016 Shorter University will no longer accept American Express as a form of payment.
Effective April 1st, a convenience fee will be charged on payments made online with a credit or debit card. At the time of payment, you will be prompted to accept the convenience fee. Any payments made online with a checking account will not be assessed a convenience fee. As always a check mailed to the business office or any payment made at the business office located in Sheffield-Thompson will not be assessed a convenience fee.
INSTRUCTIONS TO GET 1098-T FORM ELECTRONICALLY
Shorter University has partnered with Educational Computer Systems Inc. (ECSI) again this year to provide you with your 1098-T Tax Form. For more information regarding your 1098-T Tax Form, please login to http://www.ecsi.net/taxinfo.html. This will provide general information about your 1098-T form as well as allow you to log in to view your forms electronically.
To view your forms electronically, click on the “Click here to log in to your online account” link. You will need your school code which is VC, account number (SSN) and Pin/Password. If you do not know this information, click on the “Click here to retrieve your login credentials” link.
If you need additional assistance with online accessibility, please contact ECSI directly at (1-866-428-1098 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Everyone will receive a paper copy in the mail after January 31st.
Business Office Location
315 Shorter Avenue
Rome, GA 30165
Hours of Operation (Monday – Friday)
Phones: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm ET
Windows: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm ET
The CFO/Vice President of Finance is directly responsible to the President of the university. The responsibilities include leadership of the primary financial, budgetary and communication functions of the university with specific responsibilities for the development of policies and procedures in Accounting Services, Human Resources, Financial Aid, the Box Office, Auxillary Services, Post Office/Copy Room and Communications.
The duties of this position also include, but are not limited to:
- Development and monitoring of the university budget
- Coordination and guidance of the budget process
- Coordination of monthly closing operation
- Production of all management operating statements
- Production of annual reports
- Management of cash flow, investments and endowments
- Operational decisions including capital purchases, leases, contract negotiations and insurance
- Special assignments made by the President
|Susan Zeird, CFO & Vice President of Finance
The Director of Accounting Services/Controller is responsible for maintaining all accounting procedures and processes, the coordination of the annual audit, student billing, cash reconciliation and the coordination and reconciliation of funds for Financial Aid.
Please address all business office questions and requests for reports and analyses to the CFO & Vice President of Finance at 706-233-7244 or email@example.com.
Manager of Student Accounts
Accounts Receivable Coordinator
Student Accounts Coordinator
Accounts Payable Coordinator
Executive Assistant to the CFO
Accounts Payable Coordinator
General Accounting Manager
Checks up to $50.00 per week may be cashed at the Business Office. Return check fees are $25.00 per check.