Student Comptrollers serve as financial advisors to any undergraduate student organization that requests their assistance. Comptrollers are trained in the Student Senate Finance Codes, understand the allocation process, work directly with the Student Body Treasurer, and act as an overall resource for student organizations. On average, each Comptroller works with three-to-five organizations aiding in the preparation of budgets, ensuring allocated funds are being utilized on time, and serve as a consistent link between the student organizations and Student Government.

In order for an organization to be assigned a Student Comptroller, a simple email should be sent to the Student Body Treasurer at requesting the assistance of a Comptroller.

In order to become a Student Comptroller, any student must fill out an application, undergo an interview process with the Student Body Treasurer as well as the Student Senate Finance Committee, and finally be approved and sworn in by the Student Senate.