The Budget Office is responsible for the development and oversight of the University’s annual operating budget. It provides assistance in determining the optimal use of the University’s limited resources to achieve the goals outlined in the University’s strategic plan in accordance with the University’s mission.
By providing the University community with financial data, the Office supports the University's decision-making, as well as the analyses of actual performance against the strategic plan. It assists in identifying efficiencies, new revenue sources and cost containment measures.
Additionally, the Budget Office ensures that the University maintains a sound financial status while operating within the budget limitations established by the South Carolina General Assembly and the University of South Carolina Board of Trustees.
Annual "A" Fund Budget Status
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 08-09
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 09-10
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 10-11
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 11-12
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 12-13
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 13-14
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 14-15
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 15-16
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 16-17
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 17-18
- Budget A Fund Exp Sum FY 18-19
The University of South Carolina is committed to openness about the sources and uses of university funds. This website provides information on payments to university vendors as well as for athletics team travel and state procurement cards. This site also contains links to university financial statements, budget documents approved by the University's Board of Trustees and annual reports compiled by the university for other state agencies.
Planning and Resource Alignment Form
This form is intended to gather details of cross-departmental projects with budget implications. The project information should be a description and justification for the initiative.
This website provides information on financial statements by the University of South Carolina.
USC Upstate Budget Office
800 University Way
Spartanburg, SC 29303