Update on Required COVID-19 Testing & Exemptions for Fully Vaccinated Faculty and Staff

Since January 19, 2021, it has been a UW System requirement that any employee who comes into any UW-Green Bay building once a week or more to conduct business must obtain a negative COVID-19 test through an antigen test, or through a subsequent confirmation test administered not more than 14 days prior to accessing the campus building. In response on the recent update to SYS 600-02, Interim: Summer 2021 COVID-19 Testing Requirements, it is with pleasure, that we share the news that any UW-Green Bay employee that is fully vaccinated and does not have symptoms of COVID-19 will no longer be required to participate in bi-weekly surveillance testing effective May 10, 2021.

Employees who are fully vaccinated can get an exemption from the testing requirement by completing the Immunization Record Form located in the MyUWPortal. As part of the form, employees will be required to upload proof of vaccination, by providing a copy of their vaccination record from the Wisconsin Immunization Registry. Instructions on how to complete the form can be viewed here.

An individual is considered fully vaccinated:

  • Two (2) weeks after receiving both doses of a two-dose vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna); or
  • Two (2) weeks after receiving a one-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson)

Employees who are not fully vaccinated or choose not to receive the vaccination will still be required to obtain a test through the UW Green Bay Testing Center or have the testing administered at a medical service provider of their choice or an alternative testing location. Please note campus testing locations and hours have changed.

On-Campus Testing Logistics:

Green Bay Campus (East Gym located in the Kress Events Center)

  • Week of May 10th
    • Mon & Tues 7:00am-2:00pm
    • Wed & Thurs 12:00pm-4:00pm
    • Fri 9:00am-12:00pm
  • Week of May 17th
    • Mon & Tues 12:00pm-2:00pm
    • Wed & Thurs 10:00am-4:00pm
    • Fri 10:00am-12:00pm
  • Starting the week of May 24th and moving forward
    • Mon/Wed/Thurs 10:30am-12:30pm
    • Tues 2:00pm-4:00pm
    • Fri 9:00am-11:00am

*All appointment availability will be listed on the MyPrevea app, please plan in advance to guarantee availability for a testing appointment.

Marinette Campus (Cafeteria)

  • Last day for on-campus testing will be  Tuesday, May 11th, hours will be 10:00am – 12:00pm

Manitowoc Campus (Gym)

  • Last day for on-campus testing occurred Tuesday, May 4th.

Sheboygan Campus (Fine Arts Gallery – Theater Building)

  • Last day for on-campus testing occurred Wednesday, May 5th.

Employees who are unable to obtain a test on campus can find a local community testing site. Testing at these sites are provided at no cost and may require an appointment. Wisconsin residents may also request an at-home specimen collection kit at no cost. It is important to know that many of these testing sites are only administering PCR (lab resulted) tests and may take 3-5 business days to get the result.

Daily Self-Assessment:

Employees who have completed the Immunization Record Form exempting them from testing will no longer be required to complete the Daily Self-Assessment prior to arriving to campus each day.

As a reminder, all employees should remain diligent and continue to practice the 3 W’s (Wash your hands, wear a mask and watch your distance) while on campus. Employees should continue to monitor for symptoms and stay home if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.

Should you have questions related to any of the information contained within this e-mail, please feel free to contact Human Resources at hr@uwgb.edu or (920) 465-2390.

Congratulations Retirees

During Employee Appreciation Week, we set aside time to honor and recognize those who have retired from their careers at UW-Green Bay. This year, we will be honoring both 2019 and 2020 retirees.

Retirees in 2019

•Dawn Abernathy – Residence Life – Green Bay
•Richards Anderson – VC-Business and Finance – Green Bay
•David Bugni – University Union – Green Bay
•Deborah Burden – Humanities – Green Bay
•Craig Compton – UWGB Police – Green Bay
•James Fonder – University Union – Green Bay
•Maria Fulton – Education – Green Bay
•Jeffrey Gross – UWGB Police – Green Bay
•Gregory Kannenberg – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Sylvia Kubsch – Nursing & Health Studies – Green Bay
•Mary Kujawa – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Ann Larscheid – Education Support Services – Green Bay
•Janet Ludke – Human Biology – Green Bay
•Jan Malchow – Nursing & Health Studies – Green Bay
•Karen Mcardle – Library – Sheboygan
•Gary Miller – Chancellor – Green Bay
•Karen Nicholas –  Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Mary Rass – University Advancement – Green Bay
•Linda Renard – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Ellen Rosewall – Art & Design – Green Bay
•Mary Valitchka – Institute Research & Assessment – Green Bay
•Michael VanLanen – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Rachel Wussow – University Union – Green Bay
•Terry Zarnoth – Residence Life – Green Bay

Retirees in 2020

•Theresa Adsit – Resch School of Engineering – Green Bay
•Joseph Biese – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Linda Briggs-Dineen – Academic Advising – Green Bay
•Albert Bugaj – Psychology – Marinette
•Wayne Chaloupka – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Toni Damkoehler – Art & Design – Green Bay
•Dean Defere – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
•Joan Dovekas – Residence Life – Green Bay
•Jeffery Entwistle – Theatre & Dance – Green Bay
•Paul Erdman – Natural & Applied Sciences – Marinette
•Jill Fermanich – Risk Management & Occupational Safety – Green Bay
•Lisa Fink – Facilities Management – Green Bay
•Randy Frazier – Facilities Management – Sheboygan
•Doreen Higgins – Social Work – Green Bay
•Barbara Holschbach – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
•Harvey Kaye – Democracy & Justice Studies – Green Bay
•James Loebl – Accounting & Finance – Green Bay
•David Louzecky – Humanities – Sheboygan
•Paula Marcec – Chancellor – Green Bay
•Barbara Swanson – Health & Counseling – Green Bay
•Brenda Tyczkowski – Nursing & Health Studies – Green Bay
•Thomas Uebelherr – Art & Design – Sheboygan
•Sharon Vanlieshout – Golf Course – Green Bay

Congratulations Service Award Honorees

During Employee Appreciation Week, we set aside time to honor and recognize those who have achieved a years of service milestone in their career. This year, we will be honoring both the 2019 and 2020 honorees.

10 Years of Service in 2019

Tohoro Akakpo – Social Work – Green Bay
Patricia Albers – Accounting & Finance – Green Bay
Michael Bubolz – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
Amy Henniges – Wellness Center – Green Bay
James Kabrhel – Natural & Applied Sciences – Sheboygan
Stephanie Kaponya – Student Life – Green Bay
Min Kyu Lee – Art & Design – Green Bay
James (Vince) Lowery – Provost & Vice Chancellor – Green Bay
Michelle McQuade Dewhirst – Music – Green Bay
Donna Mleziva – Marketing & University Communication – Green Bay
Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier – Humanities – Sheboygan
Joy Ruzek – Continuing Education & Community Engagement – Green Bay
Scott Schroeder – Police Department – Green Bay
Courtney Sherman – Music – Green Bay
Laura Sinclair – Financial Aid – Green Bay
Diane Welhouse – Small Business Development Center –  Green Bay

10 Years of Service in 2020

Sharon Archiquette – Residence Life – Green Bay
Forrest Brooks – Humanities – Green Bay
David Cook – Theatre – Green Bay
Anne Flesch – Continuing Education & Community Engagement – Green Bay
Patrick Goggins – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
Mary Guy – Resch School of Engineering – Green Bay
Jamee Haslam – Financial Aid – Green Bay
Paul Koehne – Facilities Management – Green Bay
Stephanie Murphy – Advising – Green Bay
Evelyn Neziri – Admissions – Green Bay
Russell Winiecki – Facilities Management – Green Bay

20 Years of Service in 2019

Kristy Deetz – Art & Design – Green Bay
Michael Draney – Natural & Applied Sciences – Green Bay
Jennifer Jones – Enrollment Services – Green Bay
Timothy Kaufman – Education – Green Bay
Hye-Kyung Kim – Humanities – Green Bay
John Landrum – Student Life – Green Bay
Terina Luedtke – Facilities Management – Green Bay
Uwe Pott – Human Biology – Green Bay
Lynn Rotter – University Union – Green Bay
Daniel Vande Yacht – Registrar – Green Bay
Nydia Villanueva – Natural & Applied Sciences – Green Bay
Michael Zorn – Natural & Applied Sciences – Green Bay

20 Years of Service in 2020

Andrew Austin – Democracy & Justice Studies – Green Bay
Carl Battaglia – Humanities – Green Bay
Dawn Beinemann – Facilities Management – Sheboygan
Derek Jeffreys – Humanities – Green Bay
Jeff Krueger – University Recreation – Green Bay
Kaoime Malloy – Theatre & Dance – Green Bay
Karla Miller – Career Services – Green Bay
Laurel Phoenix – Public & Environmental Affairs – Green Bay
Monika Pynaker – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
Jeff Selner – Controller – Green Bay
Bridget Smith – Marketing & University Communications – Green Bay
Addie Sorbo – Art & Design – Green Bay
Marlene Strebel – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
Samantha Surowiec – Institutional Research & Assessment – Green Bay
Dean Vondras – Psychology – Green Bay
Leon Zitlow – Facilities Management – Green Bay

25 Years in 2019

Theresa Adsit – Resch School of Engineering – Green Bay
Marcelo Cruz – Public & Environmental Affairs – Green Bay
Joanie Dovekas – Residence Life – Green Bay

25 Years in 2020 

Daniel Kallgren – Humanities – Marinette
Nora Kanzenbach – Academic Advising – Green Bay
John Katers – Dean – Science, Engineering & Technology – Green Bay
Ronald Kottnitz – Client Services – Green Bay
Paul Pinkston – Facilities Management – Green Bay
Tammy Scholten – Facilities Management – Manitowoc
Patricia Terry – Resch School of Engineering – Green Bay
Barbara Tomashek-Ditter – IT Network & Systems – Green Bay
Mark Wenzel – Facilities Management – Green Bay
Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges – Psychology – Green Bay

30 Years of Service in 2019

Debra Anderson – Library – Green Bay
Jeffrey Benzow – Art & Design – Green Bay
Linda Toonen – Humanities – Green Bay
Michael Kline – Athletics – Green Bay

30 Years of Service in 2020

Joseph Biese – Facilities Management – Green Bay
Susan Bodilly – Marketing & University Communications – Green Bay
Jennifer Ham – Humanities – Green Bay
Christopher Luedtke – Facilities Management – Green Bay
Penny Maletzke – University Recreation – Sheboygan
Michael Schmitt – Client Services – Green Bay

35 Years in 2019

Robert Howe – Center for Biodiversity – Green Bay
Illene Cupit – Psychology – Green Bay

35 Years in 2020 

Jane Donlon – Library – Sheboygan
Donald McDowell – Facilities Management – Green Bay

40 Years in 2019

Mark Damie – Human Biology – Green Bay

40 Years in 2020

Joan Robb – Library – Green Bay

Service Awards are calculated based on the dates of the Faculty and Staff Cookout which is held during Employee Appreciation Week. Service awards are recognized for 10, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50 years of service. Service is defined by all permanent appointments held within UW System. Temporary and student  appointments are not counted towards years of service.

Employee Appreciation Week Activities

Each spring, we set aside time in the form of Employee Appreciation Week to intentionally honor, recognize, and show appreciation for all of the wonderful work performed by faculty and staff across the four UW-Green Bay campuses. During this Employee Appreciation Week (May 10 – 14), we celebrate the impactful contributions of our faculty and staff, which make UW-Green Bay a dynamic and engaging place of living, learning, and working for our students. As a measure of thanks, we enthusiastically encourage employees to take part in the below events happening on the campuses and virtually throughout the week.

All Week May 10-14

I Appreciate U! Compliments posted on HR Facebook page. Send your compliments to hr@uwgb.edu

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Phoenix Friday, Every Day Casual Week to go along with your Phoenix attire

Heirloom Plant Sale  The annual heirloom plant sale is a UW-Green Bay tradition over 20 years old. Supporters of the sale help contribute to the long-term preservation of heirloom plants, while also funding educational opportunities. Visit the Heirloom Plant Sale website to order your plants.

Fitness Classes To attend in person, please register on the UREC app. To attend virtually, please visit the UREC website for the link.

Monday, May 10

Fitness Classes through UREC
Zumba® 5:00 – 5:30 pm Virtual
Yoga 7:30 – 8:15 Hybrid

Tuesday, May 11

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event (Green Bay) 11 am to 1 pm Phoenix B

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event (Marinette) 11:30 am to 12:30 pm Main Lobby

Fitness Classes through UREC
Yoga 12:15 – 12:45 Hybrid
Quick Core 2:00 – 2:15 Virtual
Sculpt 5:30 – 6:15 In-Studio

Wednesday, May 12

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event (Green Bay) 11 am to 1 pm Phoenix B

Fitness Classes through UREC
Zumba(R)
12:15 – 12:45 Virtual

Thursday, May 13

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event (Sheboygan) 10:30 am to 11:30 am Room 2225, Student Involvement Center

Team Building Activity
Virtual BINGO
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Click here to Download Your BINGO Card
Click here to join the fun

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event (Manitowoc) 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm F130 Campus Services

Fitness Classes through UREC
Yoga 12:15 – 12:45 Hybrid
Quick Core 2:00 – 2:15 Virtual
Sculpt 5:30 – 6:15 In-Studio

Friday, May 14

Coffee Break Q&A
8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
Online Session via Microsoft TEAMS
Join Chancellor Alexander, Sheryl Van Gruensven, Kate Burns, and Corey King for the next Coffee Break. Campus leaders will provide a brief update, celebrate the end of the semester and allow the remaining time to take questions from faculty and staff. Colleagues from all campus locations are strongly encouraged to attend.

Fitness Classes through UREC
Zumba® 12:15 – 12:45 Virtual

Thank you for all you do!

There is no UWGB without U!

UW-Green Bay Employee Appreciation Week Work Group Members

UW-Green Bay Employee Appreciation Week is an annual employee recognition event organized by Human Resources. If you have any questions, contact Julie Flenz at flenzj@uwgb.edu.

Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program can help employees pay off their student loans.  This program forgives the remaining balance on qualified federal loans after borrowers have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer, such as the University of Wisconsin System.  Further information can be found at the Department of Education website at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service.

There are a number of federal income-based repayment plans. Whether the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program is right for an individual can vary.  A student loan borrower needs to work for a public service qualifying employer to qualify the loan forgiveness benefit.

The Department of Education recommends that if you would like to qualify for this program now or in the future, you would complete the Employment Certification form (https://studentaid.gov/sites/default/files/public-service-application-for-forgiveness.pdf) as soon as possible. You would complete sections 1 and 2 of this form, as well as the Public Service Loan Forgiveness cover sheet (https://uwservice.wisconsin.edu/docs/publications/voe-uws-pslf-request.pdf), and fax or mail (don’t email due to the confidential information on the form) the forms to UW-Shared Services (fax number and address is listed on the cover sheet).

Title & Total Compensation Project Open Forum Recordings

The University of Wisconsin System has embarked on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The goal of the Title & Total Compensation Project (T&TC) is to modernize the existing title and compensation programs which will, in turn, attract and retain the best talent for the organization.

After a lengthy delay due to COVID-19, it has been announced that the new title structure will be implemented in November of 2021. The full title and standard job description library is currently posted on the UW System Title & Total Compensation Project website.

To prepare for this implementation, the Office of Human Resources and Workforce Diversity recently held open forums for employees to learn more about the Project. For recordings of these open forums, please click on the links below:

    • Longer Forum (topics include full background and history of the project, timeline, job framework, job descriptions, job mapping, compensation, and information about employee-manager conversations)
    • Shorter Forum (brief update about timeline, job mapping, compensation, and upcoming activities)

More details about the Title & Total Compensation Project will be communicated to employees in the HR Connect weekly email newsletter and blog throughout the summer and early fall. In addition, information can be found on the UW System Title & Total Compensation Project website.

On behalf of the campus project team and leadership, we would like to thank you for your continued engagement as we take the next steps in this initiative. Please contact Human Resources at hr@uwgb.edu or ext. 2390 if you have questions.

Faculty and Staff Appreciation Events Clarification

Each spring, we set aside time in the form of Employee Appreciation Week to intentionally honor, recognize, and show appreciation for all of the wonderful work performed by faculty and staff across the four UW-Green Bay campuses. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way we gather as a community, the extraordinary efforts of our faculty and staff community will not go unrecognized this year.

Traditionally at the spring cookout, we celebrate faculty and staff who have retired or who have met years of service milestones. This year that event will look a little different. We will not be having the traditional cookout and lunch. This year’s event will be more of a “walk-thru” style, in-person event similar to the plans for Commencement. We’d like you to schedule your 10-minute time slot to “walk-thru” so we can share our appreciation for all you have done this year. Cookies and water will be served at the event.

If you are an honoree in one or more of the categories, you will receive your awards and have the opportunity to get your picture taken with Chancellor Alexander and/or Interim Provost Burns at the Green Bay events, CEO Cindy Bailey at the Marinette event, or CEO Jamie Schramm at the Sheboygan or Manitowoc events. You will receive an email notification if you are a recipient early next week.

We hope this clears up some of the confusion surrounding the event and we hope to see you there. Please RSVP for your time-slot below.

Green Bay Campus
Tuesday, May 11 and Wednesday, May 12
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Phoenix Room B, University Union
Click Here to RSVP

Marinette Campus
Tuesday, May 11
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Main Lobby
Click Here to RSVP

Sheboygan Campus
Thursday, May 13
10:30 am – 11:30 am
Room 2225, Student Involvement Center
Click Here to RSVP

Manitowoc Campus
Thursday, May 13
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
F130 Campus Services
Click Here to RSVP

Office of Human Resources & Workforce Diversity wants your Feedback!

The Office of Human Resources & Workforce Diversity is excited to announce employees will now have the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience and the service(s) they received through two new initiatives. Starting with the 2021 Spring Semester, employees will be asked to participate in a voluntary 5-7 minute customer satisfaction survey. This survey will occur semiannually, to be communicated at the end of the Fall Semester and Spring Semester respectively each year. Employees will be asked to rate their experience through a “Great, Average, Poor” rating model on the primary six (6) HR functions;

      • Benefits Administration
      • Employee Relations
      • General HR Questions
      • Learning & Development
      • Payroll
      • Recruitment & Onboarding

Employees may complete the survey by clicking here. The 2021 Spring Semester Semiannual Survey will remain open for employees to provide feedback until May 3, 2021.

Don’t want to wait to provide feedback? You don’t have to! The Office of Human Resources and Workforce Diversity has also created a 1-2 minute survey that can be accessed 365 days of the year! Employees now also have the opportunity to provide feedback in real time on their experience utilizing a link that can be found on our website or at the bottom of each of our staff members signature lines.

These surveys are designed to help the Office of Human Resources & Workforce Diversity analyze services to our employees and identify possible areas for improvement. Your responses are confidential and anonymous.

Thank you for your time and effort in helping us to continue to develop in order to best serve the needs our most valuable asset – our employees!

Title & Total Compensation Project – 2021 Implementation

The University of Wisconsin System has embarked on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The goal of the Title & Total Compensation Project (T&TC) is to modernize the existing title and compensation programs which will, in turn, attract and retain the best talent for the organization.

After a lengthy delay due to COVID-19, it has been announced that the new title structure will be implemented in November of 2021. The full title and standard job description library is currently posted on the UW System Title & Total Compensation Project website.

To prepare for this implementation, we expect that employee-manager conversations will begin in July of 2021. During these meetings, employees will discuss their proposed mapped title with their manager. Employee feedback and questions are appropriate, valid, and expected during these employee-manager conversations. Training for managers will take place in June, 2021.

If you are interested in learning more about the Title & Total Compensation Project, please consider attending one of our upcoming virtual open forums:

No need to RSVP, just mark your calendar to attend utilizing the links above! We will also be recording the sessions and will make those available on the HR Connect blog.

More details about the Title & Total Compensation Project will be communicated to employees in the HR Connect weekly email newsletter and blog throughout the summer and early fall. In addition, information can be found on the UW System Title & Total Compensation Project website.

On behalf of the campus project team and leadership, we would like to thank you for your continued engagement as we take the next steps in this initiative. Please contact Human Resources at hr@uwgb.edu or ext. 2390 if you have questions.

Important Information for the End of the Semester

ATTENTION SUPERVISORS OF STUDENT EMPLOYEES

This email contains information on:

  • Student Rehire Process
  • Important dates for graduating seniors and students not continuing
  • Summer ACA hours limitations
  • Federal Work Study balance reports
  • Summer Work Study
  • Posting a position in Handshake
  • Earnings Statements & W-2 Form

STUDENT REHIRE PROCESS

It’s time to have a conversation with your students about their plans to continue working for Summer 2021 and/or Academic Year 2021-2022. Student supervisors will be receiving emails with current student appointments in late-April and will need to provide updated information to our office.

GRADUATING OR STUDENTS NOT CONTINUING

The last day of work for graduating seniors and those not returning for the Fall Semester is May 14, 2021. This applies to all student employees, work study, or regular. If your student employee is graduating or will no longer be enrolled, you may have the option to hire them as a University Staff Temporary (UST) employee. All UST requests have to be approved by leadership before hire. Please contact Human Resources with any questions about this process.

If your student employee is graduating, HR will end their appointment. If your student employee is not returning for any reason besides graduation or their position is changing, please complete a Student Hourly Employment Form, select the appropriate action from the top dropdown (row 6), and complete the necessary information.

OTHER IMPORTANT DATES

July A Pay Period (June 20, 2021 – July 3, 2021): Student Hours Limit of 20 hours for these two weeks

Thursday, September 2, 2021: First day of classes for the 2021 Fall Semester

SUMMER ACA HOURS LIMITATIONS

As a reminder, the Student Payroll Calendar outlines weekly hour limits.  During summer break, starting on 5/16/21, departments may allow students to work up to 40 hours per week.  As outlined on the calendar, the July A payroll (6/20/21-7/3/21) does have a weekly limit of 20 hours.  Note that the 25-hour per week limit for the academic year resumes with the August B payroll period on 8/22/21.

FEDERAL WORK STUDY (FWS) BALANCE REPORTS

These reports are sent bi-weekly via email to students with an FWS award. This email contains FWS amounts and balances. Ask your FWS student employee(s) to provide you with these emails as a way to monitor award balances.  Monitoring FWS balances will assist you when scheduling hours and help avoid exceeding a student’s FWS award.

SUMMER WORK STUDY

Limited Work Study funding is available for students that complete a summer financial aid application at www.uwgb.edu/financial-aid/forms/summer.asp.  Please note: Students do not need to be enrolled in summer courses to be eligible for Work Study funds; however, students must maintain adequate enrollment for Fall 2021.  As always, changes in credit load may impact financial aid eligibility.  Summer Work Study will begin on May 23, 2021.

ADVERTISING OPEN STUDENT POSITIONS

Open positions should be posted in Handshake.  There is an Employer Help Center that can address many questions you may have about using the system.  Please contact the Student Employment Office (studentemployment@uwgb.edu) with any questions.

EARNINGS STATEMENTS & W-2 FORM

Earnings statements are available to all current student employees through access to the My UWGB Portal at http://my.uwgb.edu and can be accessed at any time, from any computer that has an internet connection.  To login, the student will need to select UW-Green Bay, and then enter their UW-Green Bay user ID and password.  Access to the portal is tied to employment, thus, if employment ends, so will access to the portal.

2021 W-2 Forms will be sent to the student’s home address, and a copy will be available in the portal at the end of January 2022. Please have your students review their personal information on the portal. If the address listed is incorrect, please have your student change it in the portal. If you need further assistance, notify payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu before the end of the year.

QUESTIONS:

  • Student Employment Office (in Financial Aid) studentemployment@uwgb.edu
    • Student employee concerns and questions
    • Part-time student employment opportunities
    • Off-campus employment through Work Study
  • Human Resources hr@uwgb.edu
    • Student employment eligibility
    • Appointment setup/details
    • Employment paperwork
    • My UWGB Portal access
  • Payroll and Benefits payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu
    • Timesheets and hours
    • Payroll processing or earnings statements