Changes to paper paychecks and direct deposit pay stubs 

As part of efforts to reduce exposure and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Payroll Operations is changing the process for printing and distributing paper paychecks and direct deposit pay stubs. The following changes begin March 19: 

If you currently receive a paper paycheck: Beginning March 19, all paper paychecks will be mailed via the U.S. Postal Service to the address printed on your last check. If the address on your last paycheck is not accurate, go to PeopleSoft to make changes. Now is a great time to Set Up Your Payroll Direct Deposit, if you haven’t already done so! 

If you have opted to have a paper copy of your direct deposit statement sent to you: Direct deposit pay stubs will not be printed or distributed. Your pay will be directly deposited into your account on payday, as usual. To view your direct deposit pay stubs, go to PeopleSoft using a smart phone, tablet, or computer.