Paychecks Will Be Mailed if You Don’t Have Direct Deposit

…And other fiscal updates

  • 24 March 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
  • Number of views: 185
Paychecks Will Be Mailed if You Don’t Have Direct Deposit

Here’s an important announcement from the UH Disbursing Office: effective March 30, the University must have your current mailing address on record, because if you are not signed up for direct deposit for your payroll or e-payments for reimbursements, any hard-copy checks (reimbursements, paychecks, etc.) will be mailed directly to the employee’s address on record. All physical checks will be processed and mailed ONLY on Mondays and Thursdays.

Unsure what mailing address is on record? Log in here to find out. Click “Log in to HIP” and then click the box labeled “Personal Details,” which shows your address on record. You can update it from there, if it’s not correct.

If you prefer to switch to direct deposit, see the instructions here. It takes up to two pay periods to come into effect, though, so until then you’ll be mailed your checks.

Other useful fiscal information:

  • ACH payments will be processed daily.
  • Payroll check distribution will continue to be held at the regularly scheduled time and place.
  • The Cashier’s Office will continue to process deposits daily.
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