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Superseding Transactions

If a superseding action is necessary, please contact your department's Human Resources Payroll & Employee Data liaison, (785) 532-6277.

Questions

Questions regarding summer personnel actions should be directed to your department's Human Resources Payroll & Employee Data liaison, 532-6277. Questions regarding funding should be directed to Cindy Sicard, Division of Human Resources, 532-6277.

Processing Graduate Student Transactions for Summer


Important Payroll Dates

Summer 2013: May 12, 2013 through August 17, 2013

There are seven summer pay periods in 2013. Summer School appointments may begin effective 5/26/2013 or later.

The exact beginning and ending dates of each semester and how these dates relate to student employment are routinely published by Human Resources and are available at Payroll and Employment Dates.

Employment Eligibility

For employment during the summer a graduate student must meet one of the following requirements:

  1. Be enrolled in three semester credit hours during the summer
  2. Been enrolled in at least six credit hours the previous spring semester

If the student doesn't meet either of these criteria, they cannot begin employment until the start of the Fall 2013 semester - 8/18/2013 or after.

Graduate Student Appointment

Summer School Appointments - Graduate Teaching Assistants

  • Individual Graduate Student Appointment Forms (PER-41) (pdf) are not required for summer school appointments if the person held a graduate student appointment during the preceding spring semester. The information provided by the colleges will be forwarded to HR for processing into HRIS. Individual appointment forms are only required on new Graduate Teaching Assistants.

Summer Appointments - Graduate Research Assistants

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Questions

Please contact your Payroll & Employee Data liaison, (785)532-6277, with questions.