Getting Paid

Direct Deposit to your Bank

The Payroll & Benefits Office offers employees the ability to have their paychecks directly deposited into their personal bank accounts.  Please complete the direct deposit form (PDF) and bring it to the Payroll & Benefits service window for processing.

Direct deposits will take two payroll cycles to fully process, as we allow one payroll cycle to verify your account for accuracy, before depositing any funds into your account.  During that pay period you will have a paper check generated for your wages. These checks will be available at the Cashier's Office unless you make arrangements to have that check mailed to your address on file.

(Note: For direct deposit of Financial Aid excess funds see the Financial Services page.)

W-4 Forms

Go to Pay History and Information to view or submit your W-4. You will need to submit this when you begin working at Evergreen and any time you need to change your tax deductions. For more information see W-4 on the Tax Forms and Paystubs page.

Submitting a Time Sheet

Student and Temporary Hourly employees will use the online timesheet at Time Tracking to accurately enter the start and end time for each shift worked clocking out for unpaid breaks.

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  • Each pay period employees will certify their time no later than the last day in the pay period.
  • Time Approvers will need to certify on the first business day of the following pay period. 

For more information see the Time Sheets - Student and Temporary Employee (Wiki)

Submitting a Work Certification or Leave Request

Classified and Overtime Eligible Exempt employees will use the online time and leave system at Time Tracking to complete work certifications and submit leave requests.

  • Hours worked and leave requests should be certified weekly. 

For more information see the Time and Leave Help (Wiki).

Picking up Paychecks

If you are not using direct deposit, you may pick up your paycheck at the Cashier's Office. You will need to bring photo ID. If a paycheck has been in the Cashier's Office for five or more working days, the check may be mailed to the address on the check.

Keeping Your Address Updated

You should keep your mailing address up to date in Pay History and Information. To have your new address printed on a check you need to make the change in about a week prior to payday. Housing addresses are updated automatically.

If you have lost your paycheck or have not been paid, please contact the Payroll Office for assistance.