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Fiscal Year-End Information

It is hard to believe but another Fiscal Year is coming to a close. As we approach May 31, please keep the following in mind:

-Last official business day is Friday, May 29
Please note that checks will be run at 1:00 p.m. on Friday so that the finance system can be shut down and rolled over to the new fiscal year. Therefore, invoices and check requests must be in the Accounts Payable Office by the close of business on Thursday, May 28 to allow for processing.

-Purchase Orders
The P.O. cut-off date is 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27. Please allow appropriate time for the approval process. Invoices should be submitted to the Accounts Payable Office as soon as possible. Please remember items must be received on campus by Sunday, May 31 to be charged against the 2015 budget. Items received after May 31 will be charged to the 2016 budget.
Please contact the Accounts Payable Office at Ext. 8525 with any questions.

Visa charges that post at the bank by Sunday, May 31 will be charged to the 2015 budget. Any charge that posts at the bank after May 31 will be charged to the 2016 budget. Please remember that it can take anywhere from one to seven business days from the time of purchase until the bank receives and posts the transaction to your account.

Please contact JoAnn Feary at Ext. 8528 with questions.

Submitted by: Ronald Haberer, controller, controller’s office

Mass Summer Schedule

There will be no daily mass on Friday, May 15 at 12:05 p.m. in Christ the King Chapel. Instead we invite you to join the Baccalaureate Mass at 5:00 p.m. in the Koessler Athletic Center. Daily mass will be discontinued for the summer beginning Monday, May 18 and will resume when classes begin at the end of August. Please contact Campus Ministry with any questions or concerns you may have at: or 716-888-2420.

Submitted by: Barb Wozniak, administrative associate, campus ministry

The Graduate Blog says “Goodbye” to Kilee Brown

Kilee Brown has been a graduate student blogger since 2013. She has published more than 40 posts for the blog and has been a true leader and contributor for this team. After her graduation Wednesday night, she submitted her final post as a student.


We thank her for her commitment, passion and dedication to not only writing, but spreading the Canisius brand that we all love and support. She will truly be missed!

Submitted by: Bryan Sibbitts, graduate admissions counselor