Taylor Hall, Suite 100
If you work on campus during the academic year, on-line time sheets must be submitted through MyArcadia by the 1st of each month; students are paid on the 15th of the month beginning in October and through May. Students may pick up their paychecks at the One-Stop Shop beginning the 15th of each month during the academic year (checks not picked up after two weeks will be mailed). Students may also sign up for direct deposit of their paychecks.
If you work on campus during the academic year, on-line time sheets must be submitted through MyArcadia by the 16th of each month; students are paid on the 1st of each month beginning in October and through May. Students may pick up their paychecks at the One-Stop Shop beginning the 1st of each month Students may also sign up for direct deposit of their paychecks.
Students paychecks will be mailed to the address provided in the required tax documents. W-2 Wage and Tax Statements will also be sent to that address. Please keep your W-4 and Residency Certificate Form address current
Please note: W-4, Residency Certificate Form, I-9, and Local Service Tax Exemption (LST)* forms must be completed and submitted to the One Stop Shop along with:
1) A U.S. passport, Certificate of U.S. Citizenship, Certificate of Naturalization, Permanent Resident Card with photograph or Unexpired Employment Authorization Document with a photograph OR
2) A Drivers license or federal, state or locally issued ID; School ID with photograph, or U.S Military card AND a U.S. Social Security card, original or certified copy of birth certificate, ID Card for Resident Citizens, or an Unexpired employment authorization document. Original documents are required for photocopying.
All forms must be on file before a check can be issued. Students who fail to provide documentation may be prohibited from working.
Any student receiving a Federal or Institutional Work Study award will be responsible for monitoring how much of their work study allocation they have used throughout the year. Students can review their allocation information through the on-line time sheet system. Once a student has earned up to his/her allocation, he or she will no longer be permitted to work for the remainder of the academic year. Permission to continue working will only be granted under extraordinary circumstances. Please note that hours worked during summers, winter break and spring break will not count against a student’s annual work-study award.
*LST – Employees expecting to earn less than $12,000 in any tax year may be exempt and must sign an affidavit to avoid paying this tax.