Payroll Services serves the University’s diverse customer base by providing accurate and timely compensation to all staff, faculty and student employees in an efficient manner. We are committed to maintaining the most current understanding of Federal, State and University regulations regarding payroll in order to provide accurate information.


Unclassified Professional Staff (UPS) and Fiscal Year Faculty/Academic Staff Vacation

These faculty/staff are eligible to earn up to 22 days of vacation leave (2 days per month) 176 hours for full-time, per fiscal year. Affected employees will not earn vacation leave during the payroll periods of FY15: 5/10/15 - 5/23/15 paid 6/05/15 and 5/24/15 -6/06/15 paid 6/19/15. Accrual balances are viewable on your in using the Self-Service feature. Vacation leave charts are located at:

University Support Staff (USS) Maxium Vacation Balances

USS employees whose vacation balance is, or soon will be, over the maximum must use their excess vacation leave by Saturday, June 06, 2015 (or a preceding work day, such as Friday, if not working on Saturday). If they are unable to take the excess vacation leave, up to 40 hours of vacation leave that is over the maximum allowed will be converted to sick leave by the HR/Pay system at the end of the fiscal year. The hours the USS employee accrues during the 05/24/15 - 06/06/15 pay period are not affected. The table below outlines the maximum USS accumulation limits based on their length of service. The full USS leave table is located at:

Student Employee W-2 Home Addresses:

Please ensure that your student employees have a current home address in the HR/Pay system at all times. Prior to the end of the academic year you should ensure this information is current, especially for those students not continuing employment after this semester. Student employees can update there home address by logging in to and using self-service update their personal information.

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