Students may submit their hours worked by clicking on the MyTSUWeb link in the top right corner of the page. Instructions on how to enter time located in Section 14.0 of the Work-Study Success Guide.
Once a student worker has successfully submitted hours worked, the supervisor may make corrections, return or approve the time submitted by clicking on MyTSUWeb. Instructions for Supervisor web-time entry is located in Section 15.0 of the Work-Study Success Guide.
2020 Payroll Due Date
|Month||Pay Date||Student Webtime||Supervisor Approval|
*Dates are tentative and subject to change at any time.
Students - Time must be submitted no later than 5:00 pm on due date.
Supervisors - Time must be approved no later than 2:00 pm on the due date.
Failure to submit your time by the scheduled deadline will result in a delayed payment for the following month.
Student & Supervisors - Below you will find important dates to remember for the academic school year. Please print and post in your work areas.
Dates are tentative and subject to change at any time.
Work-Study students receive their payments on the first business day of the month. Please ensure that you have a current and valid US mailing address in the MyTSUWeb system. This is to ensure proper distribution of funds. It is recommended that work-study students enroll in Direct Deposit. Please visit Student Accounting to add or update direct deposit information.
Hourly Pay Rates
Effective August 1, 2012, the Office of Student Financial Assistance has established a Pay Rate Guide for all work-study students. The pay structure will create consistency in how work-study students are paid, commensurating with experience and job function. It reflects three levels of work-study job assignments to reflect skill and experience.
The pay scale promotes equity in administering student work-study pay. Supervisors determine the student's hourly rate of pay based on the scale. The student should contact his/her supervisor to resolve any questions regarding hourly rates.
Click to view the Work-Study Pay Rate Guide.
Dismissal from the Work-Study Program
Please note that the forging of timesheets is considered falsification of a legal document. Any student who falsifies a time sheet will be dismissed from the work-study program and be responsible for paying back any monies which may have been issued.