Middlebury

 

Payroll and Reporting Time

All employees of the College are paid every other Friday on a bi-weekly pay period basis. If a payday falls on a holiday, employees will receive paychecks on the last working day of the week. Pay periods begin on Monday and end on the following second Sunday.

2014 Pay Calendar


All BannerWeb time must be submitted by 5pm Monday following the close of the pay period in order to be included in the next pay check. If you feel your check may be inaccurate, first verify that your time was submitted accurately and on time. Issues regarding rate of pay, title of position, taxes, or direct deposit should be directed to the Student Employment Office.

Reporting time accurately is critical. It is the responsibility of the student employee to report his/her time, and the responsibility of the supervisor to verify and approve the time. Falsification of a time record is a terminable offense as is the knowing approval of a false time card/sheet.

All student employees are limited to working no more than 20 hours per week in on campus jobs during the academic year.  The only exception is when there is a full week when school is not in session.  Specifically, February recess, Spring recess, and full weeks of December recess.  During these time periods only, students can work up to 40 hours per week. 

How do I enter hours in BannerWeb?

 BannerWeb Time Entry Instructions

What if I forgot, or was unable, to submit some hours ?

You can submit any hours that you worked in a previous pay period and have not yet been paid for in the current pay period's timesheet. Enter these hours on second line of the timesheet titled “Student Academic YR Prev. Pay”. If you do put Previous Pay hours in a timesheet you will need to make a note in the Comments section detailing the actual dates and hours that were worked. Timesheets that are submitted with previous pay hours and NO comments will be returned for correction. Repeated failure to submit hours in the pay period that they were worked is considered a performance issue and will be addressed as such.