MyUFL is the university’s portal to a variety of online services and enterprise-wide applications. Services and applications include purchasing, travel and expense reimbursement, hiring, reporting time and leave, research administration, accounting functions, student finances, and more. The system is managed by UF Information Technology. Here are a few ways you may use the myUFL system during your first days of employment.
View your Earnings Statement
Because the University of Florida typically does not issue paper paychecks, you can view and print your earnings statement from myUFL. It is recommended that you regularly check your online earnings statement for accurate deductions at myUFL. Sign on with your GatorLink username and password. Then click Main Menu > My Self Service > Payroll and Compensation > View Paycheck. Other useful menu items under Payroll and Compensation include W-4 Tax Information, Compensation History and View Leave History.
To consent to receive your W-2 electronically, log in to the myUFL system, click Main Menu, and navigate to My Self Service > W-2/W-2c Consent. Consent will be confirmed via email and is valid for all subsequent years unless you choose to withdraw consent, or upon termination of employment. If you do not consent, you will receive your W-2 by U.S. mail. Employees are responsible for updating their contact information in the myUFL system.
Keep Your Address Up-to-Date
The UF Directory is the sole authoritative source for employee addresses. If you need to update your contact information, please do so via the UF Directory. Sign on to my.ufl.edu with your GatorLink username and password. Click Main Menu > My Account > Update My Directory Profile. Employees are strongly encouraged to list accurate home and campus mailing addresses. Your UF Business Mailing Address refers to your campus MAILING address, not your physical location. The university sends important information related to your benefits to this address.
Register for Training
UF offers many opportunities for professional development. Sign on to myUFL at my.ufl.edu, click “Main Menu,” then navigate to My Self Service > Training and Development. Select “myTraining Enrollment,” then use the Activity Search box or Catalog to locate courses. All courses are searchable by course number, title and keyword. More information about UF Training and Organizational Development, as well as other training resources, may be found on the UFHR Learn & Grow website.
Many departments have centralized travel arrangements through a college or department administrator. If you will be entering travel arrangements for yourself or those in your department, you will be expected to complete training on this function.