Primary UW Shared Services Contact:
Backup Campus Contacts:
Payroll & Benefits Lead
Biweekly Payroll/Absence and Student Employment
Employee Payroll & Leave
Bi-weekly Payroll Transition
Beginning July 2021, all UW System employees who are currently paid monthly will move to a biweekly payroll schedule. Budget seminars and town hall meeting dates along with more information can be found on the Single Payroll Landing Page.
- Review and update and flat dollar amount contributions
- Review deadlines, FAQ’s, calculators, calendars and other resources on the UW System Payroll page
- Watch a recorded town hall meeting on the Biweekly Payroll Transition:
- Use the bi-weekly paycheck estimator to estimate your net pay for paychecks on and after 7/30/2021
- Questions regarding your specific situation or the project in general can be sent to email@example.com.
Update Payroll and Personal Information via Self-Service
Academic year pay distribution model – enter in base salary and FTE to determine gross pay per paycheck for academic year (9-month) employees. Select the correct tab based on which contract type you have (Academic Year, Fall Semester Only, Spring Semester Only)
Annual pay distribution model – enter in base salary and FTE to determine gross pay per paycheck for annual (12-month) employees
Payroll Calendars and Deadlines
Foreign Nationals - International Tax Information
International employees who are not citizens of the United States and have not obtained permanent resident status are categorized as non-resident aliens or resident aliens for tax purposes based upon several factors including the amount of time they have spent in the United States. International employees are required to create and maintain an account with Glacier International in order to determine their appropriate tax withholding status (substantial presence test) as well as their eligibility for any applicable tax treaties. Information about Glacier will be sent to employees at their UW Oshkosh email address when they begin employment.
Planning to Retire or Resign?
When writing your letter, be sure to indicate whether you are retiring or resigning (mean different things for benefits) and your last day employed.
- Information for all departing employees
- Information for retiring employees
- Benefit Impacts upon Retirement
- Benefit Impacts upon Resignation/Termination