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Get to know your departmental HR liaison! This person can assist you throughout your employment at the University as your primary contact for questions and concerns about your pay.
Mandatory and voluntary
Colorado State University is required by law to provide this Statement Concerning Your Employment in a Job Not Covered by Social Security (SSA 1945): employees of CSU do not participate in the Social Security program and a pension from this job could affect future Social Security benefits to which you may become entitled.
Because your earnings from this job are not covered under Social Security, you are mandated to participate in one of the following retirement programs:
- Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA)
- The Defined Contribution Plan (DCP)
- Colorado Student Employee Retirement Plan (SERP)
State and federal withholding and reporting
Direct deposit is a condition of employment at Colorado State University, detailed in State Fiscal Rule 9-2, p.2 , requiring all employees to receive their pay via direct deposit to the bank or financial institution (located within the US) of their choice. Under limited circumstances, the HR Payroll Manager may authorize exemptions to mandatory direct deposit.
Verify your first deposit after submission of information before drawing against your account. CSU cannot assume any fiscal liability for charges assessed against the employee due to erroneous bank account numbers, miscommunications, etc.
For employees whose earnings do not cover their insurance premiums