- I am starting to think about summer employment for students. How can I pay students who are working in other states?
- If the students are working in nonexempt positions, they should be paid by one of our third-party partners, Aerotek or Grace Federal.
- If the students are working in exempt positions outside of the 10 approved states/locations, they should be paid by one of our third-party partners, Aerotek or Grace Federal.
- If the students are working in exempt positions in one of the 10 approved states/locations, they can be paid through the Duke Payroll system.
Summer Programs with No Work Requirements
- Q: Can a department issue non-compensatory payments for summer programs?
- If students are participating in summer programs that have been approved for continuation during the summer, there are no work requirements, and the program is an approved program through the Non-compensatory system, departments can issue the payments through the Non-compensatory Payment System.
- If the program has not been approved to run through the summer, what are my options for students?
- Departments should contact the applicable management center.
- Where will the payment be charged for students not using work study awards who were working prior to spring break, but are unable to continue working remotely?
- These payments will come from the current funding source(s).
Direct Deposit for Students
- How can a student employee enroll in direct deposit?
- Students who are receiving compensatory payments for time worked can update their direct deposit information using http://work.duke.edu
- How should a student receiving Non-compensatory payments enroll in direct deposit?
- Students can submit the Direct Deposit form using the form included in the link below.
- In the event that a student has already set up direct deposit for his/her compensatory payments and would like to use the same account for the non-compensatory payments, he/she can elect the designation by checking the box next to: Please use the same banking information on file in Duke@Work for my compensatory payments. in section II of the form, signing the form and submitting to firstname.lastname@example.org.