Work Hours, Dates, Paydays
Online Time Sheets
Student employees will use online time sheets to accurately enter the start and end time for each shift worked as well as any unpaid breaks. Each pay period employees will certify their time no later than the last day in the pay period. Time Approvers will need to certify on the first business day of the following pay period. Paper Time Sheets will no longer be accepted.
This PowerPoint can be used as a training tool, and more information can be found HERE.
Picking up Paychecks
Paychecks may be picked up at the Cashier's Office on College pay dates from 9AM to 5PM. If a paycheck has been in the Cashier's Office for five or more working days, the check will be mailed to the address on the check (make sure your address is up to date in your my.evergreen.edu account).
Direct Deposit for Payroll
Payroll Cycles & Pay Dates (twice a month)
We have two payroll cycles each month:
- 1st through the 15th (paid ten days later on the 25th)
- 16th through the last day of the month (paid ten days later on the 10th)
Certify your hours by the 15th, and the last working day of the month, so that you can be paid on the college's pay dates.
(Example: If you worked on the January 1st through 15th payroll cycle, you'll be paid ten days later on January 25th)
Work Hours Calendar
Dates when you may work more than 19 hours per week are on the 2012/2013 Student Work Hours Calendar.
Note: Students working on holidays receive straight time—not time-and-a-half.
Meal Break and Rest Period Requirements
Student Employees are required to take rest and meal breaks in accordance with Washington State and L&I regulations.
The Washington State Minimum Wage is currently $9.19 per hour.
Students registered half-time or more (6 Undergraduate credits or 4 Graduate credits) are exempt from the 7.65% FICA deductions.
Income Tax Deductions
Your income tax rate will be calculated based on the information you placed on your W-4 form. If you have further questions please contact the Payroll Office at (360) 867-6460.