City University of New York

Hunter College: Selected Financial Management Practices

We found that controls over tuition revenues and dormitory rent collections at Hunter College need to be strengthened. For example, some students registered for classes even though they had not paid overdue tuition from prior semesters, and some students resided in the dormitories without paying past and present rents. We also noted that some of the dormitory residents were not even registered at the College, and some of the dormitory rooms were not occupied at all. We further found that equipment was not adequately controlled by the College, as some of the items in our sample could not be located, many of the items were not tagged, and other items were still in their original cartons.

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