Payroll

Bi-Weekly & Student Employees

Pay Dates for Bi-Weekly & Student Employees for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 (6/16/14-6/14/15)
Pay Date for Bi-Weekly & Student Employees for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 (6/18/12-6/16/13)
Helpful Hints for Bi-Weekly & Student Employees
Example of a Bi-Weekly & Student Salary Statement (also known as a pay stub)

Academic & Administrative Professional (A/P) Employees

Pay Dates for Faculty and A/P for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 (7/31/14-6/30/15)
Pay Dates for Faculty and A/P for Fiscal Year 2013-2014
(7/31/13 – 6/30/14)
How to figure out pay for Limited-Term Lecturers
How to figure out pay for Academic Year Faculty
Example of an Academic & A/P Salary Statement

If you have questions regarding Payroll please contact:
Megan Tharp, Payroll Administrator
mtharp@pnc.edu

Full Time AY faculty/staff will be able to participate in a Summer Savings Plan to set aside a portion of salary for the summer months. See link below for instructions.

Summer Savings Plan Link:

Summer Savings Plan Enrollment Form and Instructions

W-2 Forms

Current Purdue employees can now view and print their 2007-2012 W-2 forms via Employee Self-Services (ESS).

After logging into ESS through the OnePurdue Portal with their career account and password, employees can choose to click the “Taxes” tab in the menu at the top of the screen.  They next are asked to enter their birth date to display their years of employment between 2007 and 2011. They can retrieve any of their W-2s by clicking the box to the left of the year. When the W-2 form appears on the screen, the employee has the option to print it.  When finished, click “Exit.” Employees may then choose to go through the process again to view and print another year’s W-2 form.

For W-2 forms prior to 2007 or if you are no longer a current Purdue employee, you must fill out the Duplicate Tax Request Form and submit it to the Tax Department at Purdue University West Lafayette for processing.

Purdue University’s Enterprise-Wide Hotline

Purdue University North Central remains committed to providing an environment where individuals may report, in a simple anonymous way, suspected fraud, waste, or abuse of University assets, as well as, regulatory noncompliance. If you see or suspect unethical or illegal behavior, you may report your concerns anonymously through Purdue University’s enterprise-wide hotline.

Visit www.purdue.edu/hotline or call toll free 1-866-818-2620