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1 Sue Cortes Ruth Phillips Tammi Dahl Julie O’Connor

2 How well do you know Payroll Information  Last year we paid 11,536 student employee timesheets  Most offices depend on student employment to keep their department running efficiently  There are several steps that need to be completed in order to ensure timely payments to our students

3 True or False If the student is NEW to student payroll all they need to complete is the pink Student Appointment Form or Work Study Referral with the attached Confidentiality Agreement FALSE!

4 If the student is NEW to student payroll there are additional forms that need to be completed. A New Hire packet, which contains the I-9, Tax forms, and Retirement Election page, must be completed in addition to the Appointment or Referral Form. We also require 2 forms of ID *Remember FSA is a different Payroll*

5 True or False A pink Student Appointment form only has to be submitted once to cover the student for all academic years they will be working for the department. FALSE!

6 A pink Student Appointment form has to be submitted every academic year they will be working for the department. Pink Appointment forms have four duration options you can select: Fall Only, Spring Only, Fall & Spring, and Summer If a student is working the full academic year as well as summer, TWO appointment forms must be completed. One for Fall & Spring, and another for Summer. This process must be completed for each academic year.

7 True or False The hourly rate and appointment effective date on the pink Student Appointment form are optional FALSE!

8 The hourly rate and appointment effective date on the Appointment form are required. Without this information the paperwork is incomplete and may cause a delay in payment. Typical Pay Rate: $ First Full Academic Year - $8.00 $ Second Full Academic Year - $8.25 $ Third Full Academic Year - $8.50 $ Fourth Full Academic Year - $8.75 A full academic year consists of about 16 pay periods before they are eligible for the increase VP approval is needed for hourly rates above the max (typically $8.75)

9 True or False It is necessary to mark the check sort code on the back of the Student Appointment form and/or Work Study Referral form TRUE!

10 ALWAYS check the appropriate check sort code on the back. This determines where the student’s paycheck will be sent. If a student works in two departments make sure you select the one they want their check sent to.

11 True or False The Student Payroll Schedule will inform the student of when paperwork and timesheets are due, as well as when to expect a paycheck TRUE! Late paperwork/timesheets = Late paychecks

12 True or False Students can work overtime FALSE! Students are allowed to work: *20 hours per week when classes are in session *40 hours per week during summer/breaks Students are NEVER allowed to work over 40 hours per week

13 True or False Work Study students can only earn a specific amount of money per academic year TRUE!

14 Work Study students are awarded a specific amount of money they can earn for the academic year. It is the responsibility of the student and supervisor to keep track of these funds. Any hours that go over this amount can not be paid through work study. Encourage your Work Study students to track their award amount on the back of the Payroll Schedule Work Study students usually work about 8 hours per week to stay within their award Inform your Work Study students to complete their FAFSA by early January in order for them to be re-awarded Work Study for the next academic year Make sure your student has been re-awarded Work Study before establishing a future schedule Work Study Tips

15 True or False Color coded envelopes indicate that the information inside needs Payroll’s immediate attention TRUE! These indicate time sensitive documents that need to be processed. Yellow for Work Study and Blue for Student Assistant Do not destroy them! – They get reused Need more? – Call or Payroll

16 True or False Timesheets that are not legible will not be paid TRUE! If we can’t read it, we can’t pay it

17 True or False F-numbers can be used in place of social security numbers on timesheets FALSE! We now only ask for the last four digits of the social security number on timesheets

18 True or False The Payroll Office will mail student checks home FALSE! It is up to the department as well as the student to make arrangements for any check that needs to be mailed home. Remember: Payroll does NOT sort or distribute the student checks. Inform Debbie Desmond in Student Accounts of any changes to the contact information of the person responsible for receiving student paychecks. Return the Work Study Check Acknowledgement (signature pages) to Debbie Desmond in Student Accounts as soon as possible each pay period

19 Facts & Information  Leave the SRCA (Security, Responsibility & Confidentiality Agreement) ATTACHED to the Student Appointment Forms and/or Work Study Referrals  If you have to detach it for whatever reason – REATTACH it before you send it to the Payroll Office. Each and every Appointment and Referral form must have a Confidentiality Agreement with it  Original forms MUST be sent to Payroll. You keep the copy

20 Facts & Information  Encourage Direct Deposit!!!!!  Inform Payroll about vacant student positions  Verify the accuracy of timesheet hours before submitting to Payroll  Have a secure place to keep your students’ timesheets and paychecks  Work Study is based on FAFSA results, so a student may have Work Study one year & not the next. Do not assume that your current students will be back the following year

21 Office Information The majority of the forms and information you will need can be found on the Payroll Services website! Further Questions? Please us or call ext: 3775 The Payroll Office is located at 303 Maytum Hall


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