Below is important information about actions you will need to take early on in your employment at Northeastern.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires that all employees must provide evidence of eligibility for employment in the United States. In addition, Northeastern University is an E-verify Employer. Thus, all new faculty and staff must complete the I-9 Form, validating their identity and ability to work in the United States, within their first three days of employment. Your offer letter identifies the person responsible for reviewing your I-9 documentation.
myNEU in the bottom left of the main Northeastern website at www.northeastern.edu is the online portal where you can complete important information about yourself. To create an account, go to help.neu.edu, click on the “Accounts” link, then click on “Obtain a Faculty or Staff myNEU Account.” With your username and password you now have access to myNEU and can update your information. To learn more about Employee Self-Service, please view this brief instructional demonstration.
Once in Employee Self-Service, please go to the Personal Information Tab and update your campus mail drop address and campus telephone number. This is the only way your campus address and telephone number will appear in the online employee directory. You can enter or update your W-4 form, emergency contact information, and beneficiary information. You can also view all your pay information through Employee Self-Service.
Once you are a University employee, federal guidelines require that we ask you to provide information on your ethnicity, race, and veteran statusfor statistical purposes only. The data collected is confidential. Please provide the data using Employee Self-Service. To learn about Employee Self-Service, view this short demonstration after you have claimed your myNEU account.
Northeastern uses Banner HR for storing information on all faculty and staff. Once you have been entered into the Banner database and are an employee, you can obtain your Husky ID card. The card allows you to check out materials from the library, obtain your parking sticker if you will be driving to work, entrance to the Cabot Gymnasium and, if you establish a Husky account, use your Husky ID as a debit card at participating restaurants and stores.
To apply for your Husky card, in Boston please go to the Customer Service Center located in 120 Hayden Hall. You will need to know your NU ID number to apply for a Husky ID card. You will see this ID number in the upper left corner when you click on Services & Links in myNEU.In Charlotte, please contact Roxanne Ward, Administrative Officer; in Seattle, please contact Anne Maria Jacobson, Administrative Operations Manager.
Your offer letter indicates how to schedule your orientation. The Boston schedule is below.
|Mon., Dec., 2||Alumni Center|
|Mon., Dec., 16||Alumni Center|
|Mon., Jan., 6||Alumni Center|
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You can apply online from any computer by visiting www.northeastern.edu/parking There is a 24-hour turnaround until the parking sticker is available to you. If you experience any difficulty obtaining a parking pass please contact the parking office either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 617.373.2366.
Passes can be obtained through the Services and Links tab on myNEU. You will receive the commuter pass in the mail approximately five weeks from the time you apply; the pre-tax payroll deductions are taken in advance. For example, if you began your employment in mid-October, you will have pre-tax payroll deductions taken in November for your December MBTA pass.