When you arrive in August, you will be reminded of the following:
o Before receiving your SU Identification Card (SU ID), you must be registered for courses for Fall 2019 semester through the MySlice Portal. Nine (9) credit hours are considered full time study.
o If granted an appointment or an award, you must be registered for at least nine (9) credit hours or GRD 998 (Zero Credit Hours); acknowledge your New York State Payroll Notification form in MySlice and then, go to Human Resources (101 Skytop
Office Building at South Campus or 210 Steele Hall on main campus) to complete all other HR forms (I-9, which must be signed in the presence of HR personnel; W-4; DAN, and Direct Deposit form, optional).
o If being paid hourly, review the time sheet process with the Administrative Specialist, History Department, 145 Eggers Hall, 315-443-2211.
o If you are a new TA/GA/RA, grader, or employed by the History Department in any capacity, you are required to attend the mandatory Basic Hazard Communication and Sexual Harassment training sessions. The TA Program and Human Resources will be
posting their training sessions in the near future.
o It is highly recommended and encouraged that all new students attend the New Teaching Assistant Orientation Program. The TA Program will be sending this information directly to you.
o If you plan on parking on campus, please visit Parking Services, 621 Skytop Road, Suite 190, South Campus, to obtain a parking permit.
o If you are assigned a grad bay you will receive a key. Should you lose your assigned key, a replacement key will cost $15.00.
o A mailbox slot is assigned to you. Graduate Student mailboxes are located in the copy room of the History Department Office and they are arranged alphabetically.