What is ADP?

ADP is a third-party payroll processing company.  They will be assisting TCNJ in paying employees and preparing the College’s tax requirements for the government.  The TCNJ payroll staff will still be on site administering payroll, calculating employee pay, answering questions, and providing the same services to the College community as always.

How will the process for getting paid change?

For those on direct deposit, the process for getting paid will not change.  The same information that is transmitted to our bank will now be transmitted to ADP.

Viewing your payslips and W-2s will now be different; these can now be viewed on the myADP website.

For those getting paid by check, we are phasing paper checks out by April 1, 2020 (coinciding with the go-live of Oracle Cloud) per State of New Jersey laws and requirements.  The options of getting paid going forward will only be by direct deposit or by Wisely Pay Card, ADP’s electronic pay card.

What is the benefit of registering with ADP at the myADP website?

Registration will link your ADP account to TCNJ Self-Service, so while you’re connected to the TCNJ network you will be able to view the myADP website to view payslips and W-2s.  Registering for the myADP website will give you a separate user name and login that will allow you to access this information when you are off the network.  Downloading the ADP app will also allow you access to your payslips and W-2s.  Furthermore, if you separate with the College, you’ll still be able to access your information on the myADP website.

How long will my information be available on myADP?

ADP stores employee information (payslips and W-2s) on myADP for up to three years. Should you need to keep this information for longer, it is easy to download the forms in PDF format. Downloading is advised as any information older than three years cannot be retrieved.

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