Student Laborer/Work Study Employees


In order to process payment for your services, the forms at the bottom of the page must be completed and submitted BEFORE your employment start date.

Informational Materials

Human Resources will go over the following information at the time of your employment.

Direct Deposit

Direct deposit of your payroll check is available for all employees (excluding student note takers). With direct deposit, your net pay is electronically transferred into your personal savings or checking account. To participate, your bank, savings and loan association, and/or credit union must be a participating member of the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), and you must complete Form CO-1040, Direct Deposit Authorization. After the Payroll Office has received the form, Central Payroll will send a pre-notification to your bank to verify your account. It takes approximately two (2) payroll cycles for your first deposit to be made to your account. You MUST notify the Payroll Office immediately if you have made changes to your account or if you wish to cancel. Failure to notify payroll when you close your account will restrict the availability of funds until they are returned from the bank to the State Comptroller.

 

New Health Insurance Marketplace Coverage Options and Your Health Coverage
https://www.osc.ct.gov/benefits/docs/ACA.notice.10.10.2013.pdf

The Affordable Care Act requires us to inform all employees about the Health Insurance Marketplaces, which were set up to make it easier for consumers to compare plans and enroll in health insurance coverage, If you are eligible for employee health benefits through the State of Connecticut you will most likely not save money by purchasing coverage through the Marketplace,  However, if  you are not eligible for job-based health benefits, you may want to consider purchasing coverage through the Marketplace, as explained below:

When key parts of the Affordable Care Act take effect in 2014, there will be a new way to buy health insurance: The Health Insurance Marketplaces. In Connecticut, the state Marketplace is known as the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange ("the Exchange").  You can find out more by visiting http://www.accesshealthct.com/ or calling 855-805-4325. This notice provides some basic information and explains how coverage available through the Exchange relates to coverage that is available to you as an employee of the State of Connecticut.

Core-CT Payroll System for Viewing Paystubs Online & Entering Electronic Timesheet
 

User ID: 6 digit Employee Number
Temporary Password: first 4 letters of last name uppercase & last 4 digits of SS#
Set up Automatic Password Reset Function
If you need assistance with your CORE-CT password, please email HR@GatewayCT.edu
 

Payroll Calendar
 

Employee Training Center You will receive an email from Register CSCU@firstnetlearning.com so you can login. You will have 45 days to complete the mandatory on-line training courses and review the applicable policies. 
 

Employee Assistance Program
Computer Login Procedures
Emergency Notification System
Campus Map – Staff ID & Parking permit is obtained through our Security Office located in N220

 

Payment
Student Laborers: Student Laborers are required to fill out (blue) biweekly timecards.  Cards should be submitted to their supervisor for signature. The supervisor will return it to the Payroll Office once approved.  Incorrect timecards will be returned to the supervisor for corrections.  If timecards are submitted late, you will be paid with the next available pay period.

 

Work-Study Students (Financial Aid): Work Study Students are required to fill out (orange) biweekly timecards.  Cards should be submitted to their supervisor and Financial aid for signatures. Financial Aid will return it to the Payroll Office once approved.  Incorrect timecards will be returned to the supervisor for corrections.  If timecards are submitted late, you will be paid with the next available pay period.

 

Timecards:

  • Student workers and Work Study Students timecards should never have hours indicated on Holidays.
  • Names should be printed neatly.
  • Employee ID numbers should be written on their timecard, which can be found on their check stub.
  • Student timecards are blue, and Work Study Students are orange. These timecards are much easier to read when completed in black ink.  They should be legible and never written in pencil. Please do not use white out or scribble marks. Corrections should be initialed with a line through them.
  • Timecards should never have more hours indicated than the student has been contracted for.
  • The correct dates always need to be indicated on the timecards.
  • Student laborers working more than 7.5 hours in one day must take a one-half hour lunch and indicate it on their timecard.
  • The supervisor must sign the card legibly, verifying information on the timecard is correct.
  • Financial Aid must sign all Work Study timecards. (Orange)
     

NOTE: Student workers and Work Study Students should give their timecards to their supervisor every other Thursday, so they can submit them to payroll via interoffice mail Thursday night.

 

New Employee Forms: