Financial Planning & Operations // Fiscal Operations // Payroll
NYU myTime is an NYU-wide, web-based timekeeping system that provides NYU with a system for tracking time worked and time off balances. It provides administrators, staff, hourly student employees, and researchers with online access to vacation, sick, and personal time balances. myTime has supplanted paper and Excel-based time sheets.
For additional information about myTime including FAQs, training, etc. visit the myTime website.
Please be aware that in order to access NYU myTime from off-campus or outside of the NYU network, you will need to install and run VPN security software.
Complete information regarding the collective bargaining agreement and adjunct benefits, including enrollment and claim forms and plan descriptions, can be found here.
Department administrators are reminded to update SIS before submitting adjunct instructor appointment paperwork.
Federal Work-Study (FWS) is an option only if both student and hiring department have sufficient FWS funds available. Once these funds are exhausted, the student will be paid out of the unit's non-FWS student worker account line.
Student Employee Payroll
Students must submit time sheets via myTime. Students are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
Please make sure that student employees under your supervision submit their time sheets promptly.
Wasserman Center for Career Development
The process for hiring a student (and any other part-time employee) is available here.
Student employees must visit the Wasserman Center and complete the required paperwork before their start date.
Before disbursing a physical paycheck, the student must present picture identification and acknowledge receipt in writing. Upon receiving student paychecks from Payroll, department administrators should prepare a signature sheet listing the names of all students, the pay period end date, and a space for students to sign and date.
Paychecks should be kept in a locked, secure location.
If the department administrator delegates the task of disbursing checks to another person (e.g., a receptionist), that person should be made aware of these requirements as well.
Last reviewed Aril 22, 2014