The University offers direct deposit of net pay to any financial institution in the United States. With direct deposit, an employee may have a fixed amount deposited to a savings account, a money market account, or an IRA account, with the remaining portion of net pay deposited to a checking account.
Direct deposit assures that employees' paychecks are in their checking or savings accounts on payday even if they are sick or on vacation. All employees of the University are eligible for direct deposit.
Direct deposit users are notified each pay period by e-mail that their EasyView deposit notification is available for viewing and printing. Simply click on the link in your e-mail and log into GWeb. Both current and previous paychecks are available for viewing and printing.
You can sign up or change your current direct deposit information on-line by going to GWeb Information (Click here). On-line is the quickest and most secure way to make changes to your direct deposit information. Instructions can be found on the Payroll Services website at (click here).
You may also complete and sign a Direct Deposit Authorization form and attach a voided check. The form may be obtained from Payroll Services website or the FSSC located on the 1st floor of Rice Hall. Once the authorization is received by Payroll Services, it may take one pay cycle to become active.
Download Direct Deposit Form
Questions regarding direct deposit may be directed to Payroll Services at (703) 726-4463.
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