You will be paid biweekly on Friday, one week in arrears. Unless other arrangements are made, all paychecks are mailed to your home address. You are responsible for making certain that Human Resources has your correct current home address. It is your responsibility to update your personal contact information, including your address, through your Paycom online account.

You are expected to accurately record your time worked and properly request PTO through Paycom. A payroll discrepancy should be brought to the attention of Human Resources immediately so that correction can be made as quickly as possible. If a payroll error is made where you are overpaid, it is your responsibility to return the unearned funds to the University immediately, in the form of a bank check.

Direct Deposit and Paychecks

Direct Deposit: You may choose to have a portion or all of your paycheck directly deposited into a bank or credit union account. You can find direct deposit authorization forms and other payroll-related documents on the Human Resources website

Paychecks: If you should lose a manual check or incorrectly document direct deposit account information, and funds need to be voided or reversed, a fee will be deducted from your next scheduled pay to cover the cost incurred by the University.