University Staff (formerly Exempt Professionals)

University staff members are CU employees whose positions are exempt from the state personnel system. University staffers are paid monthly, on the last banking day of the month.

CU has multiple options for documenting hours worked and exception time. You must verify with your department how it records hours/time and follow that procedure.

Both the employee and his/her supervisor must sign the leave record verifying the accuracy of leave usage and balances.

There’s more to your pay than receiving a paycheck. Ensure you understand your finances by reading your paycheck correctly, reviewing pay days, learning how to safeguard against lost paychecks and more. 

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Pay Days

Read Paycheck

Direct Deposit

Pay Cards

Lost Check

Imputed Income

Contracts

The International Tax Office provides many resources to assist you in meeting your U.S. tax obligations.

Schedule an appointment with an International Tax specialist

All new international CU employees are required to meet with an international tax specialist to identify their tax status, complete proper tax forms, facilitate any available tax treaty benefits and clarify any tax filing responsibilities.

 

To prepare for your meeting:


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Tax reference for International Visitors

Tax reference for International Students

International Tax reporting and withholding implementation policy

Social Security Numbers


Tax filing resources

Request an access code for
Glacier Tax Prep

To assist with U.S. tax filing obligations, nonresident alien students and employees who are sponsored by CU can use Glacier Tax Prep (GTP) software. This online tool can help you navigate the U.S.’s complex system and helps ensure all tax information and requirements are correct for an accurate tax refund.

Request an access code

 

Resources

My Leave Step-by-Step Guides

CU has multiple options for documenting hours worked and exception time. You must verify with your department how it records hours/time and follow that procedure.


Additional Resources