Check Your Pay Status and Upcoming UCPath Outages

by Graduate Division Staff
Monday, February 25, 2019 9:00 AM

A message from the Graduate Division:

As the campus continues to acclimate to the recently implemented UCPath payroll system, the Graduate Division encourages all employed graduate students to be proactive in checking their pay status. Employees can view their paycheck statements in the UCPath Portal 48 hours in advance of payday. For a demo of the Portal, please see this video. We strongly advise you to check your pay statement for accuracy. To better understand your earning statements and paycheck, please see here. If you have questions about your earning statement, check with your employing department.

If your pay is incorrect, report it immediately to the staff in your employing department. The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships can provide emergency loans to those individuals who need immediate financial assistance. Visit their office in 2103 SAASB or call (805) 893-2432. For more information on other services and resources, see the attached FAQs.


UC Davis, UC Berkeley, and UC Agriculture Natural Resources (UC ANR) are scheduled to transition to UCPath in March 2019. To accommodate our sister campuses joining UCPath, the UCPath system will be unavailable for two periods in March:

  • Outage 1 runs from March 1 beginning at 5 p.m. through March 7 at 8 a.m.

  • Outage 2 runs from March 14 beginning at 5 p.m. through March 20 at 8 a.m.

During the outages, employees will NOT have access to UCPath Online and will not be able to:

  • View earning statements and W-2s

  • Make address changes

  • Enroll in direct deposit

  • Make benefit selections

Please plan accordinglyUCPath Center representatives will be available to open cases by phone, but will not be able to make changes until after the system is available.

Please watch your email over the next six weeks for additional updates from the UCPath team and the central offices.

Thank you for your attention,


The Graduate Division Team