The Payroll office is located in the office of Human Resources on the first floor of Holbrook Hall. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Staff are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
Faculty are paid on a monthly basis.
Students are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
2013 Faculty Pay Schedule
2013 Staff Pay Schedule
2013 Student Pay Schedule
Your department is required by the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to keep accurate records with regard to your attendance and hours worked. If at any time you believe your paycheck does not reflect the time you worked and reported, let your supervisor know immediately.
Salaried Staff - Salaried staff are not
required to complete time sheets but
must complete leave request forms to
record any paid time off. Leave request
forms must be signed by the employee
and their supervisor.
Hourly Paid Staff - Hourly paid staff are
required to complete a time sheet each pay
period. Time sheets must be signed by the
employee and their supervisor. Time sheets
must be submitted to the Payroll office by
10 a.m. Monday monrings.
Students - Students are required to
complete a time sheet each pay period.
Time sheets must be signed by the student
and their supervisor. Time sheets must be
submitted via e-mail, directly from your
supervisor to the Payroll office by 10 a.m.
Receiving your Paycheck
You can receive your pay check in any of the following ways:
Direct Deposit - We recommend that you have your paycheck deposited directly to your personal checking or savings account.
To set up Direct Deposit:
Fill out a Direct Deposit Authorization form and attach a voided check. Submit this to the Payroll Office. If you do not provide a voided check, it may take up to two pay periods for your direct deposit to be processed.
Staff and Faculty:
Pick up in the Mailroom - pay checks will be available for pick up in your departmental mailbox in the Mailroom by 11 a.m. on respective pay dates (see above).
Residents - Your pay check will be delivered directly to your campus mailbox by 11 a.m. on respective pay dates (see above).
Commuters - Your pay check will be mailed to your home address on respective pay dates (see above).
Deductions from your Paycheck
Mount Ida deducts all appropriate federal, state and local income taxes. In addition, you may have deductions taken from your paycheck for benefits including, health care premiums, retirement contributions and flexible spending accounts. Mount Ida has the right to deduct money from your paycheck for obligations owed to the College or others, such as legally imposed levies and garnishments made against your salary. If you have any questions about garnishments and levies, contact the Payroll Office.
Non exempt hourly staff are paid 1 1/2 times their regular rate of pay for all hours worked over 40 in a work week. Hours worked include holiday and vacation pay.
Exempt staff are paid on a salaried basis and are not eligible for overtime pay.
You should review your paycheck or deposit notice. If you believe there is an error, or if you have a question about your pay or deductions, please contact the Payroll office at ext. 4043