Business and Financial Services
Welcome to the Business and Financial Services Department (BFS) for the Riverside Community College District (RCCD). The Business and Financial Services division oversees Accounting, Finance, Purchasing, Information Services, Risk Management and Legal. Staff works closely with the colleges to make sure that local businesses are aware of contracting opportunities with the District, vendors get paid on time, and goods and services meet the needs of academic programs, students, faculty and staff.
Accreditation Annual Fiscal Reports
Adopted Budgets and Presentations
CCFS 323 Reports
GASB 45 Valuation Reports
IPEDS Financial Reports
Monthly Cash Flow Statements
Monthly Financial Reports
Plan B Budget Documents
Self-Insurance Actuarial Valuations
TRAN Official Statements
Measure C Bond
District Budget Advisory Council / Budget Allocation Model
Prop 30 EPA Expenditure Report
Accounting Services department is responsible for providing students, faculty, staff, and the community with superior customer service while maintaining the integrity of the District assets. This is accomplished through the judicious and consistent application of accounting policies, procedures, and standards. The Accounting Services' department staff provides oversight to assure accounting integrity and compliance with Board and regulatory policies and applicable accounting standards.
Finance department is dedicated to providing superior customer service to the District’s students, faculty, staff, and to the public in the areas of finance, budget, accounting and fiscal integrity. This is accomplished through adherence to and compliance with sound business practices, District policies and procedures, and regulatory agency requirements, to safeguard District resources and assure the continuation and fiscal stability of the institution.
Purchasing department attains specifications for bids, quotes, and requests for proposals. Vendors are welcome to visit the office to discuss their capabilities. Please contact Purchasing in advance to schedule an appointment. On occasion, they may direct you to other college departments as necessary. If you are interested in receiving bid documents, please contact the Purchasing Department.
Information Services designs, implements and oversees network and data information management systems across the District, and provides microcomputer, email, telephone services, and other services to college faculty and staff.
Risk Management and Legal
Risk Management department supports the District through our administration of safety and emergency planning, loss control, claims, security, and risk management programs designed to mitigate loss and prevent injury to our students and employees. The legal department, through the General Counsel, serves the legal needs of the District/Colleges through, but not limited to, development and revision of Board Policies and Administrative Procedures; review of all contracts entered into by the District/Colleges; legal advice on various issues; overseeing the use of outside counsel on litigation issues as well as advice on complex legal issues; and assists the Risk Management department on issues such as workers’ compensation, insurance/risk issues, and safety issues. The safety and security for the students, staff and faculty of the District is a priority. As part of the Disaster Resistant California Community Colleges consortium, the District has the opportunity to continually improve, evaluate and modify emergency procedures and protocols. All three RCCD colleges face both natural and man-made disasters. By planning, training and exercising, the District will be better prepared to handle these critical incidents.