Payroll and Employment Forms

 

Payroll FormsEmployment Forms

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Payroll Forms

All incoming employees must complete the payroll forms below. Questions about form completion can be directed to the English Business Office at 301-405-3804.

ALL FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED IN BLACK INK. THE FORMS CANNOT CONTAIN ANY "CROSS OUTS" OR "SCRIBBLES." IF AN ERROR IS MADE, PLEASE START OVER WITH A NEW FORM.

I-9 Form
     I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form
      You must include appropriate forms of identification listed on the last page

W-4 Forms
  Instructions
     MD Resident W-4 form (for those residing elsewhere, including PA and VA)
     DC Resident W-4 form
     WV Resident W-4 form

Central Payroll Forms
     Direct Deposit form
     Employee Information/Data Collection Form
      Be sure to include dates (month/year) for degrees and previous employment

Health Forms
Complete information on Health Benefits can be found on the State of Maryland's Employee site. Health benefits are optional.  Any regular employees that are 50% or more FTE (with the exception of TAs who can be 25%) are entitled to health benefits.  The required forms are available on the Health Benefits Page.

Retirement Forms
Incoming faculty, staff, and lecturers that are 50% FTE or greater must choose a retirement plan. Enrollment within the first week of your appointment is required. Additional information on the options is available on the UHR Benefits WebsiteThe required forms are available on the Retirement Forms Page.

Change of Address
If you move while you're employed with the University of Maryland, you must complete the following three forms:

       Benefits change of address form
       Updated copy of W4 for your new state 

 

Employment Forms for New Appointments

Hourly Appointment Forms (Graduate/Undergraduate/Other)

Any students beginning a new hourly position must fill out the Student Appointment Form. If an individual is not a student then an Appointment Form is required to hold an hourly position.  They will also need an I-9, W4, direct deposit, and employee information form.  Additionally, if you currently hold an appointment as a GA, TA, or fellowship, you need to request the approval of your advisor and the DGS with the Overload Form.

 

University ID Card

An I.D. card can be obtained by visiting the Mitchell Building on or after your appointment start date. You do not need any forms or letters from the department. Bring another form of identification and they will be able to locate you in the system.

 

University Accounts
You can setup your new University of Maryland e-mail account through the Accounts Activation Page.