Accounting service portal

Accounting service portal logo - Computer with a calculator

Log into the portal

To log into the Accounting service portal, use your uoAccess credentials. To track your requests, go to My existing requests.

Use the portal to submit the following types of requests:

  • Payment request for invoice linked to a Webreq purchase order (PO) or online bank transfer
  • Request to create, update or reactivate a vendor (including bank information)

Please note that the Accounting section will no longer process these requests received by email.

Coming soon

  • Request for approval of invoices of over $5000 + HST, opening or closing a fund or ORG, notification of direct deposit, documents for deposit approval, cheque cancellation or duplicate check request and other requests or questions

Financial system

Tree views of the accounting key
Training and guides

Training courses

Notions élémentaires

Accounts payable


Video tutorials

Journal entries

Video tutorials

FAST & Banner


Access forms
  • Banner / FAST (Approvals, deposits, invoices, journal entries, GL, etc.)
POS terminals

Merchant account and identification number

A merchant account identifies you to banking institutions and allows you to accept payments by credit and debit card for the sale of goods or services on the University campus. When you create an account, you receive a unique merchant identification number.

POS Terminals

To obtain a point-of-sale (POS) terminal, you must receive approval from Financial Resources and provide a merchant identification number.

All University merchants or points of sale with POS terminals are required to comply with University measures to meet the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Contact information

To create a merchant account, obtain POS terminals or get information regarding POS terminals, contact:

Alain Sauvé
Manager, Accounting
613-562-5800 ext. 1524


To get information regarding e-commerce, contact:

Alain Sauvé
Manager, Accounting
613-562-5800 ext. 1524

Related project

Procure-to-Pay Reengineering

P2P Project image - Boxes marked with a dollar sign in a shopping cart

The Procure-to-Pay Reengineering project aims to review, simplify, modernize and standardize procurement and payment processes to make them more user-friendly and efficient.

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