9/12 Pay Plan
The 9/12 Pay Plan allows employees who work a 9-month academic schedule to distribute their pay across 12 months.
University of Arizona Career Architecture Project (UCAP)
The Division of Human Resources is excited to announce the launch of the University of Arizona Career Architecture Project (UCAP). For approximately the next two years, UCAP will represent a complete re-design of the current job and compensation system for classified staff and appointed professionals. Learn more here.
Classified Staff positions are defined by job descriptions and pay grades. Appointed personnel positions currently have job descriptions but no pay ranges. For an alphabetical list of job titles, click here. For all current job openings at UA, please visit UACareers.
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University Closure: Most University of Arizona departments close or reduce operations between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Three paid holidays fall within this period: Christmas Eve (floating holiday), Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Three or four days, depending on the calendar, are mandatory paid Closure leave.
Employees will receive their paychecks on Fridays on a biweekly basis in one of three forms:
- State Warrant: Checks issued on the State of Arizona's bank account.
- Direct Deposit: Payment issued by employee's selection of direct deposit.
- Off-Cycle Check: Checks and direct deposits issued on the University of Arizona bank account.
All three payment devices provide information regarding the employee's current and year-to-date gross pay, deductions, employee reimbursements, and net pay.
Paychecks include earnings for the pay period ending the Sunday immediately preceding a payday.
Physical checks are distributed to employees’ home departments on Friday of pay week. Employees who have requested direct deposit of earnings will receive an electronic format of the advice of direct deposit through UAccess Employee Self Service.