Systems Reporting Tools

FAI is responsible for managing Foundation projects (Ledger 6 projects) as well as University Endowment Fund projects (housed in Ledger 7). There are unique reporting issues relating to each of these types of funds that require specific reports to be used.

WolfPack Reporting System (WRS)

For information about individual projects in all ledgers, you can use the University’s WolfPack Reporting System (WRS, also formerly known as WOLF Reports).

Log in using your normal Unity ID and password. The proper report to use depends on the type of fund. To see additional information about choosing the correct report, and how to use it, see instructions below.

Foundation Campus Reports

FAI has also developed a number of useful reports for campus customers that need information for multiple projects within a Foundation or the University Endowment Fund.

Some of the reports are designed to list all projects within a foundation, while other are designed only to list the General Fund (unrestricted) projects within a foundation. All reports can be downloaded to Excel. To see additional information about choosing the correct report, and how to use it, see instructions below.


FAI is upgrading Fundriver for a better user experience. Once complete, campus users will access Fundriver through a new web link. Additional information and instructions will be added to this page as the upgrade progresses.

FAI uses a software package called Fundriver to report endowment market value and to allocate investment earnings – interest, dividends, and realized and unrealized gains/losses – to individual endowments. One of the features of the software package is that the information is available to campus via the web.

More information and information on how to access Fundriver is available at the links below.

Important Note

It is important to note that the financial information included in the WolfPack Reporting System, and the Foundation Campus Reports are at book value. For general fund projects, as well as restricted funds, including regular restricted funds as well as endowment income funds, the book value is appropriate, as it represents the amount of funds that can be spent. However, for endowment principal funds, users typically are interested in market value, which is not accounted for in these systems. Market value for endowments can be found in Fundriver.