Cash Receipts

DEPOSIT POLICY

This policy needs to be adhered to when cash and/or checks  are received by any PSU employee (student, staff, and faculty).

  • Checks and cash totally $499 or less must be deposited within 48 business hours from the time of receipt by the department.  Deposits totaling $500 or more must be deposited within 24 business hours.
  • All checks are to be made payable to Plymouth State University or PSU.  If funds are being collected for an organization, it is fine to include the organization name followed by PSU.
  • Cash and/or checks should NEVER be sent through campus mail.   Please hand deliver to the Student Account Services Office, located inside of Financial Aid Office (bottom floor of Speare), and hand to one of the staff.  Please do not leave a deposit sitting on a desk or chair.

Deposits may be brought to the Student Account Services using this PSU-Deposit-Form – Departments.

Please review this site on How to Detect Counterfeit Money

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