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Adjacent to the Wayland L. Jenkins Jr. Fine Arts Center
Paycom is Chowan’s online payroll and time card system.
You MUST verify information on the checklists and it is up to YOU to ensure your information is accurate:
- Employee Verification Checklist
- Tax Setup Information
- Address and Contact Information
- If your work email is showing your personal email, you may go in and edit that to your Chowan email.
All hourly employees MUST clock in and out, NO late hour paper timesheet will be accepted. If you forgot to clock in or out one day, you MUST submit a punch change request through Paycom for your supervisor to approve.
All hours worked MUST be verified and approved by the employee and supervisor. Supervisors must approve time cards by 12pm on the Monday of the week that Payroll is due for biweekly payroll or 4 days prior to the pay date by 12pm for monthly payrolls. See the Payroll calendar to learn more about these dates.
Contact Human Resources if you need help or have additional questions.
To access the employee or manager training please follow the directions below and click on the appropriate link.
This training explains the basics of how an employee utilizes the Paycom system. The passcode you will need to enter to access this training is chowanemployee#1.
This training explains the basics of how a manager utilizes the Paycom system for themself and to manage their employees. The passcode you will need to enter to access this training is chowanmanager#1.
Coming soon-Paycom Training Materials for employees and managers
Chowan University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, genetic information, or age in its programs and activities.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Director of Human Resources
Jenkins Fine Arts Center
The Guiding Principles of our Reopening are to:
- Preserve the health and safety of our university community and the surrounding communities.
- Maintain and deliver our mission of transforming the lives of our students through teaching, learning, engaging, and serving.
- Align our guidelines with the State of North Carolina’s Phased Reopening Model and follow the recommendations from the federal government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the North Carolina Department of Public Health.
- Recognize our guidelines, policies, and plans will evolve as more information about the COVID-19 virus becomes available.