Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the required ID's for the I-9?
  2. Must students complete a Work Study Agreement with Financial Aid before payment is processed?
  3. How are checks distributed?
  4. Are all employees eligible for direct deposit?
  5. What must I do to have my paycheck direct deposited to my bank account?
  6. What is the current mileage reimbursement rate?

What are the required ID's for the I-9?

The required ID's are listed on the back of the I-9 form. Common ID's are driver's license and social security card.

Must students complete a Work Study Agreement with Financial Aid before payment is processed?

Yes. Any student time sheets submitted to payroll for students who have not completed the work study agreement are not processed and no payroll check is issued until the work study agreement is completed and submitted to the Financial Aid office. Upon completion of the work study agreement, payroll checks for any unprocessed time sheets held in the payroll department will be issued in the next student payroll.

How are checks distributed?

Student checks are put in their mailboxes the morning of payday.
Staff checks can be distributed by intercampus mail to the department or by US Mail.

Are all employees eligible for direct deposit?

Yes. An authorization form is required along with a voided check and/or deposit slip. For more information, see question below.

What must I do to have my paycheck direct deposited to my bank account?

You must complete a direct deposit form (available on this website or from the Business Office). Return the completed form to the payroll department in the Business Office along with a voided check for checking accounts or a deposit slip for savings accounts.

Your first pay after returning this form will NOT be direct deposited in order to do a pre note. The pre note process is done in order to verify the account numbers with your bank. If any problems occur during the pre note, you will be notified by the payroll department, otherwise your following pay will be direct deposited and you will receive a stub with all your payment information listed. Click here for Direct Deposit form.

What is the current mileage reimbursement rate?

The current mileage reimbursement rate effective January 1, 2011 is $0.51 per mile. The previous rate of $0.50 per mile was in effect from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010.