New Employees should review and familiarize themselves with the information listed below as well as all other links included in this site.
|New Employee Checklist||Print and use this checklist as a resource during your first few days of employment.|
|Benefits Summary||Brief overview of the University's benefits offerings. For more detailed information regarding benefits options (including options and pricing), please visit the Benefits' website.|
|I-9 & Employment Eligibility||
I-9 Verification is required by all Employees
Your employment is contingent upon your ability to establish both identity and employment eligibility as required by the Immigration and Reform and Control Act of 1986. As a new employee, you are required by federal law to complete the USCIS Form I-9 on or before your first date of employment. You must provide acceptable documentation of identity and eligibility to work in the United States consistent with the federal and state government’s regulations. Once you have been officially hired by the university you will receive an email notification from Human Resources directing you to click on the link to complete the Form I-9 electronically. If you are unable to complete the form electronically, as a part of your first day visit to Human Resources, please bring all necessary forms of identification to successfully fulfill this federally-mandated obligation. For a complete list of Acceptable I-9 documents, please click here.
|Social Security Card||
Please note that the University strongly recommends that each employee present his/her original Social Security card to assure accurate payroll tax and retirement system reporting. If possible, please bring your original Social Security card, or official proof of application, when you visit the Human Resources department for your initial employment processing. If you are unable to locate your card, you may apply for a duplicate card by visiting your local Social Security Administration. Use this link for information on obtaining a new or replacement Social Security Card. Please review our Statement of Purpose on why we request your social security number.
Direct Deposit is mandatory for ALL University employees. Visit this link for instructions on how to begin Direct Deposit.
|Employee Guide to ITS|
|On Line Modules||
New employees are asked to complete several on-line training modules within the first 30 days of employment to familiarize themselves with the University, its benefits and services, as well as employment policies and procedures.
New employees will receive directions from Learning and Organizational Development on how to complete these when they are contacted for New Employee Orientation.
Environmental Health and Safety will also contact new employees with a checklist of required training and directions for completion.
|Tuition Waiver Form||Application for Faculty/Staff Tuition|
|Employee Retirement Status||
Retirement Status is required by all Employees
Retirees may be subject to earnings restrictions upon returning to work. State return-to-work laws require suspension of retirement benefits when earnings from applicable employers exceed the allowable limit. All employees must complete form ESRR certifying their retirement status.
Employee Specific Information
|SHRA, EHRA Non-Faculty, Faculty, and Temporary Staff||New Hire Packet|
|Foreign National Faculty, Staff, and Student||New Hire Packet|
|Students||New Hire Packet|