Earnings statements provide detailed information about your pay, benefits, deductions, and leave accrual. You can find PDF versions of your earnings statements in Employee Self-Service
two days before pay day.
Questions? We have created a payroll earnings statement guide to answer the most common questions about earning statements.
Can't open the PDF? You may not be able to open your earnings statement PDF in Employee Self-Service if your Internet browser's pop-up blocker is turned on. Turn off the pop-up blocker or temporarily disable it by pressing and holding the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard while clicking the PDF hyperlink.
- Biweekly paid: The leave balance on your paycheck earnings statement reflects the amount of leave you have as of the last day of the pay period for which you're being paid.
- Monthly paid: The leave balance on your paycheck earnings statement reflects the amount of leave you have at the end of the previous month.
Procedures for tracking time depend on which campus the employee is on. In addition to the information below, departments may also have department-specific methods of tracking time.
Health Sciences Center & Tulsa
Employees in Health Sciences Center programs should follow the time tracking processes required in the TAL System.
- Time sheets for hourly and salaried Norman employees are provided in the sidebar.
- Time sheets must be signed and dated by the employee and supervisor.
- Hourly employees should record the time worked and leave taken during each pay period on the Hourly Time Sheet in the sidebar. Convert fractional hours from minutes to tenths using the hourly time conversion chart in the sidebar. Time from a past pay period must be submitted using the back-dated time sheet in the sidebar.
- Salaried employees should record leave taken each pay period on the Monthly Certification Time Sheet in the sidebar.
Payments for many university services and benefits programs can be withheld from employee paychecks as payroll deductions. Payroll deductions may include the following:
Child support, tax levies, garnishments, defaulted student loans, and bankruptcy payments are also withheld in order for the university to comply with federal and state laws.
Oklahoma law (74 O.S. 292.12) requires that state employees receive their paychecks electronically through direct deposit to a checking or savings account. This requirement does not include student employees and temporary employees, but they can choose this convenient method of paycheck distribution at any time.
Updating Direct Deposit:
Submit a completed authorization form and a voided check or other banking document as directed on the form.
Alternative to Direct Deposit:
Employees that do not provide direct deposit information will receive their wages deposited on a PayCard through the Bank of Oklahoma. The PayCard has features similar to a debit card and free withdrawals can be made at any Bank of Oklahoma. Other transactions made with the PayCard may have fees. PayCard information
is available on the State of Oklahoma website.
Use these forms to provide information for the direct deposit of your paycheck.
DIRECT DEPOSIT USER GUIDE FOR EMPLOYEE SELF-SERVICE
Campus: OUHSC, Tulsa
DIRECT DEPOSIT ENROLLMENT FORM
DIRECT DEPOSIT DUE DATES
Campus: OUHSC, Tulsa
PAYCARD REQUEST FORM
Campus: OUHSC, Tulsa
The W-4 tax form describes the level of federal income tax withheld from your paycheck. You can review and update your tax withholding level as needed.
Update Your From:
You can update your tax withholding levels through Employee Self-Service
Click here to review information from the IRS about tax withholding
. Other questions about tax withholding should be directed to your tax professional.
The W-2 tax form reports your earnings during the previous year. This end-of-year tax form is mailed by January 31. Anatomy of Your W-2 Tax Form:
Everything you want to know about your W-2 Tax Form is on this one-page tip sheet
. Visit with your accountant or tax adviser if you have more questions about your W-2.
Update Address by December 31:
To avoid having your W-2 sent to the wrong place, please update your address in Employee Self-Service
by December 31, or contact HR Payroll and Employee Services.
: Duplicate W-2 tax forms are available through Employee Self-Service
starting February 15. If you no longer have access to Employee Self-Service, you can request a duplicate W-2 starting February 15 by contacting Norman HR or HSC Payroll.
Requests are processed one day a week and will be mailed to the individual unless otherwise specified. Can't open the PDF?
You may not be able to open your W-2 tax form PDF in Employee Self-Service if your Internet browser's pop-up blocker is turned on. Turn off the pop-up blocker or temporarily disable it by pressing and holding the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard while clicking the PDF hyperlink.
The 1042-S tax form reports earnings that are covered under a tax treaty. This end-of-year tax form is mailed by March 31 to employees with applicable earnings. Visit with your accountant or tax adviser if you have more questions about your 1042-S tax form.
Update Address by December 31: To avoid having your W-2 sent to the wrong place, please update your address in Employee Self-Service by December 31, or contact HR Payroll and Employee Services.