Unaudited Financial Reports
- The quarterly reports contain projections for the year compared to actual by fund type.
- The year-end reports include unaudited income, expense, and fund balance for all fund types except agency funds. They include a reconciliation of the unaudited fund balances to the audited fund balances.
UO Audited Reports
- The University of Oregon was still part of the Oregon University System (OUS) during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2014. There was a stand-alone audit of the UO financial information for the years ending June 30, 2013 and June 30, 2014 and the 2014 report reflects the results of that audit.
- For the year ended June 30, 2014 the University of Oregon was combined with State of Oregon for its single audit of federal awards. It is available at http://sos.oregon.gov/audits/Documents/2015-05post.pdf (link is external). For prior years see http://www.oregon.gov/das/Financial/Acctng/Pages/Pub.aspx (link is external). For the fiscal years 2015 and later the University of Oregon issued a stand-alone single audit.
UO Annual Financial Report
2023 UO Annual Financial Report, with Single Audit Included
2022 UO Annual Financial Report, with Single Audit Included
2021 UO Annual Financial Report
2020 UO Annual Financial Report
2019 UO Annual Financial Report, with Single Audit Included
2018 UO Annual Financial Report
2017 UO Annual Financial Report, with Single Audit Included
2016 UO Annual Financial Report, with Single Audit Included
2015 UO Annual Financial Report
2014 UO Annual Financial Report
UO Single Audit
OUS Audited Reports
The Oregon University System Controller's Division had the responsibility of providing the OUS Annual Financial Report. The University of Oregon is included in these reports as a member university through 2014.
OUS Annual Financial Reports
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