Manage Your Payroll
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Call us at 803-777-4227 immediately so we can process a stop payment request. We will issue another check within a week. If you find the lost check, bring it to the Payroll department at 1600 Hampton Street.
Payroll will need a signed authorization form to release your employment information to a third party. Most companies that require verifications will provide the form for the employees to fill out and will send them to us.
Authorization forms and verification requests may be sent directly to Payroll via fax, at 803-777-8080, or mail.
1600 Hampton Street, 7th floor
University of South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina 29208
Your paycheck can be picked up at the Payroll department located at 1600 Hampton St., 7th floor. For employees at campuses besides Columbia, please contact your local HR representative for the central location at your respective campus.
Check with your department to make sure the timecard was sent to Payroll by the processing date. If you are a new hire or are expecting a change in compensation, check with your department to make sure your HR actions were submitted by the specified deadlines.
No. According to South Carolina law, employees cannot be paid any earlier than their scheduled pay date.
If you are a new hire whose direct deposit information is in process or you are changing direct deposit accounts, you may have one paycheck printed as a paper check until the direct deposit can be established and validated by the bank.
No. A payroll deduction to your gross pay and a direct deposit authorization are two separate things.
Payroll deductions such as parking, Family Fund and United Way must be stopped by contacting that department directly. For other types of deductions, contact our department.
Court or state ordered deductions (such as child-support, or tax levies) cannot be stopped by the Payroll Office.
Effective April 1, 2019, the Benefits Office administers the benefits programs in PeopleSoft that either initiate, change, or stop benefit deductions. The Benefits Office can assist with any benefits questions that translate into benefits deductions.