HR Forms and Documents

Payroll Information

To view detailed information regarding payroll processes and forms, visit our payroll page.

Recruit for a Position

View the instructions for posting positions, interviewing, and creating job offers. Work authorization information can also be found here.

Courtesy or volunteer appointments must be entered in the PeopleSoft system. For assistance in completing forms and processing entries, contact Human Resources.

ePAFs for staff who are volunteering for activities not related to their regular duties must have the completed Staff Volunteer Sheet attached as a supporting document.

For faculty courtesy appointments, the CV/Resume should be attached as supporting documentation.

For vendors of consultants who need courtesy appointments, a departmental contact must be listed on the completed Personnel Action Form for Courtesy and Volunteers.

Please see the tuition assistance webpage for policy and deadline information, as well as instructions for completing the form.

Human Resources is providing a virtual refresher training on the eHR File Project. This training will review items discussed in the previous training, introduce new information, and provide a mini-demonstration. Training dates are Tuesday, February 8th from 2:00pm–3:00pm and Friday, February 11th from 10:00am–11:00am. Please register online, the invites will be sent one business day in advance of the training and you only need to attend one of the trainings.

Feel free to reach out to Tritonia Wheeler by email, twheeler@mst.edu, or phone, 573-341-4275, with any question you may have.

The purpose of this form is to provide a way for campus units to request campus mailing labels.

  • Printing of the labels is handled by the Printing and Mail Services Department on campus.
  • IT will produce the excel file and send it to the Print Shop.
  • The Print Shop will contact you as what type of print out is needed.

REQUEST MAILING LABELS

If you work at the university and have federal student loans, you may qualify for loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. PSLF helps participants cancel some or all their loan balance when they work in public service for ten years and make 120 payments toward their student loans.

The U.S. Department of Education is authorizing limited-time PSLF changes so borrowers with certain loans may receive credit for past payments made on loan types that would not otherwise qualify as well as previously denied requests. Current employees may submit PSLF Employment Certification forms via AskHR on the Employee and Labor Relations webpage. Former employees may submit forms via email.