Complete your March 2018 Procurement Card reconciliation by Friday, April 27, 2018. 
State 10-month faculty members and state 10-month teaching and graduate assistants can expect to see extra health insurance deductions taken to cover the summer months prior to their last payroll check for the academic year.
State classifed employees declare their preference for holiday pay option by submitting an annual Holiday Pay or Compensation Option form by May 15.
UB Wellfest, taking place on Tuesday, April 17, 10 am - 2 pm, in the Center For the Arts (CFA), brings together vendors from the WNY area to address all dimensions of your wellness, including aspects of your financial well-being. This year's Wellfest is a comprehensive family event focused on wellness. Employees, faculty and family members are all welcome to attend. 
State 10-month faculty members receiving a paycheck from September until June can request that their salary be paid throughout the year — over 26 pay periods instead of 21 pay periods.
Gain access to financial data using the new Financial Data Access Form.
As required by both State and Federal guidelines, a physical inventory of all assets must be completed on a biennial basis. Prepare for this inventory coming in May.
The Allowable Use of Funds Chart, part of the Allowable Use of Funds Policy, has been revised. The revised policy and chart are available in the University Policy Library
Student employees who work during the summer and are not enrolled with at least six credit hours for the summer session can expect to see Social Security withholding in their summer paychecks.
The monthly transactions summary form and original receipts for March 2018 are due. This includes transactions from 3/1/18 – 3/30/18.
The Trademarks and Licensing Policy, approved and signed by President Tripathi, is available in the University Policy Library