Because of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, there will be early deadlines for all payroll action items.
This is a free database tool for advanced researchers in the areas of biblical hermeneutics and the early church.
Holiday Timeout is an opportunity for faculty and staff to have a free day to prepare for the holiday season and a chance for their children to enjoy holiday activities.
Start thinking about who best deserves the year’s Lifelong Learner and Distinguished Citizen awards. The deadline for nominations for these staff awards is Monday, Jan. 18.
Bi-weekly payroll deductions for the Metropass will reflect the price increase.
Check the list of procedures with early deadlines because of the Thanksgiving holidays.
Students and faculty are reporting database and browser errors when accessing Assessments in Blackboard. We have been working with the vendor throughout the morning and plan to reboot Blackboard at 6:30 p.m. today, Nov. 16. Blackboard will be unavailable for approximately 10 minutes during the reboot. We apologize for this inconvenience. Please check IRT’s Alerts page [...]
This is the only time of the year when employees can change their insurance coverage without having a “qualifying event.”
Staff and tenured faculty members who meet certain age and service criteria are eligible for early retirement.
Thinking about helping out on a VISION or study-abroad trip? Find the most recent policies for participation, compensation and leave on the Human Resources Department Web site.
This Nov. 10 workshop can help UST employees enhance the student experience for veterans.
The need is great. Columnist Father Malone asks you to increase your pledge this year. The pledge form will be e-mailed Monday.
The enrollment day was erroneously listed in Human Resources’ enrollment packet.