Student Timesheets will now be Electronic!!

Hourly Temp Service (SAP) & Work Study employees will now complete their timesheets through the new electronic Time & Attendance System (TAS). The TAS system is designed to be an electronic replacement for the existing paper timesheets. Student employees will log into the system (www.suny.edu/time) using their existing campus User ID and Password. Student employees will be able to enter and save their time in/out each pay period for their supervisors to approve. Students with multiple supervisors, account numbers and or rates of pay will have the ability to choose which supervisor and/or rate they need to enter time for. The updated pay schedule and associated due dates are posted online at http://www.oneonta.edu/admin/humres/Payroll/pay_schedules.asp. An email notification process has been implemented within TAS. The notification process will provide an email to the student if a time record has been disapproved by the supervisor. Likewise, supervisors will receive an email if they have any pending time records awaiting approval on their work roster. Please be sure to check your junk or spam folders if you are not receiving your electronic notifications. Both students and supervisors are encouraged to review the updated Student Payroll Manual (http://www.oneonta.edu/admin/humres/Payroll/student-payroll.asp) for step by step instructions and screen shots.

GDO Seeks Faculty Associate for Grants Development

The role of the Faculty Associate for Grants Development is to work with the Grants Development Office (GDO) to promote grant-seeking and facilitate the development of high quality, competitive external grant proposals by faculty and professional staff. This pilot program is supported by a Strategic Allocation of Resources (StAR) award. Additional information is available on the GDO website. Those interested in serving in this position for 2016/17 must contact Kathy Meeker by September 1, 2016.

 

IT Services is Excited to Announce Our New Interface for Everything IT!

IT Services reducedWe’ve been excited about ServiceNow since we started using it last year but we found that you were less enthusiastic. The interface was crowded, confusing, and full of things you didn’t need. We listened and have been working to provide you a streamlined and useful experience.

We have  launched the new version. Visit the site to report issues, request services, check the status of your requests, incidents and projects, and search the knowledge base for answers to common questions.

We’re not done yet – we have a few enhancements still in development so look for more improvements in the coming months. Let us know what you think of the new interface and what you’d like to see in the future.

Of course, you can still call, email or stop by the IT Service Desk in Milne Library to get assistance but we hope that you’ll find the new interface a full-service location for all your technology needs!