First, access the Self Service system. Once you have logged into the system with your NET ID and password click the hyperlink under “Payroll and Compensation” labeled “View Paycheck”. Your most current check will display.
Use your NET ID and Password.
By clicking “View a Different Paycheck” link on the view paycheck panel, a list will display of all checks you received from the University dating as far back as 1997.
Those who receive checks in the mail will continue to receive paper checks, in addition to the electronic self service paycheck page. For the time being, those enrolled in direct deposit will also receive paper check advices. This will be changing in the month of July of 2007, we advise you be alert for upcoming changes.
A negative sign in front of an amount signifies a reversal of either your earnings, benefit or tax data. For specific questions and circumstances, please contact the appropriate consultant in either the benefits or payroll office.
Biweekly employees will be able to see their current vacation, sick and personal floating holiday on each paycheck.
To make any changes to the address or name appearing on your paycheck you can make theses changes in the personal information or online directory in the Self Service system.
Yes, you can see your FSA check under a different panel; do this by navigating from the home page to the Benefits section and clicking on “Benefits Information,” from benefits information click on “Flex Spending Accounts.” Your current FSA information will display below; to view your past benefit information, type in the year and click the “Go” button.
To change your tax exemptions or take additional taxes out, you must complete the Federal or Illinois / Wisconsin State Form W-4, Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate. You can get these forms on-line from the Policies & Forms section.
No. For successful navigation throughout the self service pages, please use the links provided on the screen. For the exception of the print icon to print a screen page, do not use the buttons in the browser bar.