Work-study Student Employees
Select the employee type and role(s) that best suit you to learn more:
- Work-study Student Employee
- Student Manager (anyone with a direct report)
- Work-Study Student Employee working in the Applied Research Labs/Electro-Optics Center
|Auxiliary & Business Services:
Do I use time clocks to report time-in and time-out to Workday?
|Office of Physical Plant:
Do I continue to use Abacus to report time into Workday?
|All other University Departments:
Do I need to log time-in and time-out in Workday?
|Do I need to request time off in Workday?||NO|
|Do I need to approve time worked for employees
that report to me?
Learn more about your responsibility as a Manager in Workday.
|Do I need to log all time worked to projects in Workday?||YES|
|Do I need to request time off in Workday?||YES|
Work-study student employees will report time-in and time-out in Workday, with the following exceptions:
- Those in Auxiliary and Business Services will continue to use time clocks to report time-in and time-out.
- Those in OPP will continue to use Abacus to report time.
- Those working in the Applied Research Labs/Electro-Optics Center will report time worked to projects.
Work-study student managers, which is defined as anyone with a direct report, will be asked to approve time worked for employees who report to them, if applicable.
Work-study student employees will not need to request time off in Workday.
Anyone who receives a paycheck from the University will be able to view and print pay slips and W-2’s. Workday enables you to manage your payment elections, such as direct deposit accounts. You will be able to elect up to two direct deposit accounts, plus Penn State Federal Credit Union.