Accounts Receivable Module (ARM)
What is ARM?
The Accounts Receivable Module (ARM) is a campus developed system for recording charges and payments made to the University. The ARM system uses Cash Receipt System numbers to ensure that charges and payments are properly recorded to the correct accounts.
What is a Cash Receipt System (CRS) Number?
A Cash Receipt System (CRS) number is a 5 or 6 digit sequence of numbers used by the cashiering system to record charges and payments into the ARM system. There are over 40,000 CRS Numbers in the ARM system.
How does a CRS number relate to a FMS chartfield?
All CRS numbers are mapped to a FMS chartfield but not all chartfields have a CRS number. To request a new CRS number use the following procedure.