Direct Deposit FAQ
If you are a returning employee to the CSU system and previously had direct deposit that was never cancelled, your direct deposit will automatically resume from where you left off previously. It is the employees responsibility to notify the payroll office if this scenario applies to them prior to their first pay check being issued to avoid a direct deposit going into the wrong account.
It's important to note that should a direct deposit be issued to an old or closed account, there is a waiting period of up to a couple of weeks to retrieve the funds.
If you have submitted a Direct Deposit Authorization form and have not received a direct deposit please contact the Payroll Department at (909) 537-5159.
If all data on the Direct Deposit Enrollment Authorization form is accurate and legible, it may take between 30 to 45 days to process.
Direct Deposit payments for Master Payroll are normally posted on the first business day following the last day of the related pay period. Other Direct Deposit payments are posted within 48 hours of the State Controller's issue date.
The following are eligible for direct deposit:
- Student Assistants
- Hourly employees
- CSU Faculty with Academic Year Appointments
- Faculty Early Retirement Program (FERP)
- Salaried Employees
Because establising direct deposit may take two to three pay cycles, Faculty Quarter to Quarter Appointments, Emergency Hires and Special Consultant (Immediate Pay) are ineligible for direct deposit.
Special Note to New Employees: If you take time off during your first month, the only time available for immediate usage is your Personal Holiday. Any other time taken off can result in your pay being reduced.
Updated 6/6/15 by Cesar Portillo, AVP Human Resources