Fund Numbers - What The First Three Digits Tell You
Every university expenditure is associated with a specific fund and account number. Funds are identified by three numbers that associate specific payments to specific funding sources.
This document describes the numbers used to identify the funding sources for campus funds.
EXAMPLE: A supply order for a federally-funded research project would indicate that the order would be paid for using 144-XXXXXXX. The "144" at the beginning of the sequence indicates that this is a project associated with a Federal grant or contract. The "XXXXXXX" are the seven numbers and/or or letters associated with that specific project.
FUNDING SOURCES AND ASSOCIATED NUMBERS
101- State tax, Federal indirect cost, and tuition funding allocated for the purpose of education and related programs.
104- Funding from UW-Extension used for off campus credit and non-credit activities.
128- Cost recovery funding used by units selling goods or services, both externally and internally.
133- Non-Federal grants and contracts.
135-VCRGE(aka Grad School).
136- Cost recovery outreach funding mechanism.
144- Federal grants and contract funding.
150- Federal indirect cost reimbursement used for special allocations.
161- University administered trust funds.
233- Gift funding.
402- Minority and disadvantaged programs.