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To obtain a purchasing card, complete the Credit Card Application. and return it to the Office of Financial and Administration located on the second floor of Hamilton hall.

Centenary College of Louisiana (“College”) has entered into an agreement with Origin Bank (“Bank”) that provides qualified employees with a Purchasing/Credit Card to purchase low cost materials and services. Using the Purchasing/Credit Card benefits the College and Cardholder through:

• Promptly paying our supplies
• Reducing overall processing costs
• Decentralizing purchasing responsibility

Origin statements cut off on the last day of the month which means an expense reports will be due to the Business Office no later than the 16th of every month.  You will receive a notice by email from Certify on the 6th of each month letting you know that an expense report is ready for review. 

A late fee in the amount of $100.00 will be charged to the cardholder's department every five days for expense reports submitted after the 16th of the month.  Late submission will result in suspension of credit card privileges.

Certify Support and Frequently Asked Questions

The policies contained in this agreement, as well as any verbal communication with administration pertaining to the program, must be followed by the Cardholders as guidelines for conducting College business. Policy violations may result in revocation of Cardholder privileges, garnishment of pay, and possible disciplinary action up to termination.

Read the full Credit Card Policy. The policy also includes the Credit Card Application, lost receipt form, and bank card cancellation form.

Credit Card Expense Report (PDF version)
Credit Card Expense Report (Excel version)

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