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Human Resources

Direct Deposit

All full-time, part-time and hourly employees, (except part-time faculty) must directly deposit their paychecks. You may allocate your pay to a maximum of three (3) accounts. Your accounts may be at one or more financial institutions, as long as they are members of the New York State Clearing House.

Getting Started with Direct Deposit

» Direct Deposit Form (PDF)

You must select the “Full Net” box for at least one of the accounts listed. You cannot select the “Partial Net” box for all of the accounts listed.

We recommend that you contact your institution directly to verify the following information:

  • Routing number
  • Account number
  • Classification of your account: (whether its considered checking or savings for the purpose of electronic transfers)

Please return the completed form, along with some form of verification such as a voided check or deposit slip with your name and account number imprinted on it, directly to:

Controller’s Office
Levermore Hall, Room 201
p – 516.877.3190

Implementation of new requests and subsequent changes will take two pay periods, approximately 30 days for biweekly or semi-monthly pays. You will continue to receive a paycheck during the waiting time. Once the direct deposit is activated, you will receive a voucher with your paystub.

Employees who have direct deposit of their paycheck are able to register with IPAY (ADP) to access their pay stub and W-2 forms information online. Pay stubs are not generated for those on direct deposit but are available at the ADP website. Three years of earnings history and W-2 forms will be maintained on-line by ADP.

Please note that although the funds are withdrawn from the University’s bank account on the paydate, some banks do not post to the employee’s individual accounts on the pay date. The University has no control of these situations. Any concerns should be addressed directly to the individual financial institution.

For further information, please contact:

Office of Human Resources
p – 516.877.3220
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