Payroll Information concerning the Coronavirus outbreak

All payroll online time submission procedures, due dates, and pay dates will remain the same and will not change during this time. As you work from home please make sure you are still submitting your timesheet on the appropriate days and/or approving your staff timesheets per the schedule.

Payroll will be processing as normal so if a late paper timesheet is need for non-exempt staff or regular student workers the supervisor can email the timesheet (with their approval to pay noted in the email) to payroll@washburn.edu and we will process without the staff member or supervisor having to visit our office.

If you are submitting a late Federal Work study timesheet, the supervisor should email it to Lindsay Monroe, lindsay.monroe@washburn.edu, the Student employment coordinator for approval and she will forward to us for processing.

If you have Supplemental payments for exempt staff, those forms need to be submitted to Rilie Sibold, rilie.sibold@washburn.edu, per the due date emailed to the departments from VPAA.


 

Please Note: If Web Time Entry (online or paper time sheets) are not submitted to Payroll by the published deadlines, employees will not be paid on the current payroll run due to no time submitted for processing. After turning in a paper timesheet (for the missed pay period) the late payroll will be processed on the next regularly scheduled payroll processing date.

Departments: Please contact Human Resources, VPAA, or the Student Employment Coordinator about the process to hire employees, faculty or students. Payroll can't pay new employees until they have completed all the necessary hiring steps in each office and are setup in the system by those offices.

Payroll Staff

Luther Lee, Director of Finance/Controller

Marsha Stromgren, Payroll Manager

Debi Oshel, Payroll Specialist

Carol Sprague, Payroll Specialist


 

Mission and Regulations

The mission of the payroll office is to ensure that all employees of the University are paid timely and accurately while maintaining compliance with federal, state and University regulations and policies.  

Unfortunately in our current times of identity theft, for your security we may require you to visit our office (showing a photo ID) to make certain changes to your information and/or releasing any information. We understand that this may be a bit inconvenient but we must keep your personal data secure. Visiting the payroll office is considered part of your employee duties and supervisors should allow you time to conduct your payroll business during your normal working hours.

GET IN TOUCH WITH the Payroll Office

Payroll Office
Morgan Hall Room 212
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Phone: 785-670-2039
Fax: 785-670-1054
payroll@washburn.edu

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