Student Termination

Type Initiator Guide
Category Student Assignments
Updated 8/7/2017
Support HRIS@usfca.edu

Definition

This Student Termination (STUEND) guide applies to the termination of any student assignment. For all EPAF guides, refer to the Information for EPAF Users web page.

Deadlines

Generally, EPAFs must be submitted about two weeks before the end of a pay period. Adhere to the EPAF Approval Deadline column of Payroll's Pay Schedule table to ensure timely and accurate payroll for employees. EPAFs submitted after the deadline will be paid on the next available pay period. For a special check request, please contact Payroll.

Instructions

1.
  • Log into myUSF
  • Click on the EMPLOYEE button in the Self-Service box, which enters you into Banner
  • Under the Employee tab, select EPAFs
  • Then select New EPAF
  • Enter the student employee's CWID
2. Define Employee, Jobs Effective Date, and Approval Category.
3. In the Jobs Effective Date field, enter the last day of the pay period in which the student employee's assignment is to be terminated.
4. From the Approval Category menu, select Student Termination, STUEND and click Go.
5. Select the Position Number and Suffix for the student employee's assignment that is to be terminated.
6.

In the Jobs Effective Date and Job Change Reason fields, enter appropriate values.

Field Enter
Jobs Effective Date
  • Job End Date, if termination date is on or after the Last Pay Date.
  • If termination date is prior to the Last Pay Date, enter the Last Paid Date in the Query/Effective Date field and enter actual termination date in Personnel Date field.
Job Change Reason

A screen populates with this information. Confirm data.

7.

Define Approval Routing Queue. In the Routing Queue section, enter designated EPAF approvers as follows:

Approval Level User Name
20 – DEPMGR determined by department
40 – STUEMP KANTOKHIN
90 – HRIS ECLAGRAN
99 – FINPAY ECLAGRAN

 

8.

In the Comments section, enter relevant information as needed.

9.

Click Save and then click Submit.

10.

Once you submit the EPAF, monitor your e-mail for one of the following:

  • Confirmation that your EPAF has been "Completed Successfully."
  • Notification that the EPAF has been "Returned for Correction." If returned, revisit the EPAF in your EPAF Originator Summary, make the correction(s) specified in the Comments section, then click Save and resubmit.