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Payroll Office

The goal of the Payroll Office at Drake University is to aim for complete, accurate and timely processing of all payroll related activities.  We are responsible for all direct deposits, payroll tax withholdings and filings, and voluntary and involuntary payroll deductions for staff, faculty and students.

We make every effort to deliver first-rate customer service to Drake University employees.  Please do not hesitate to stop by our offices or to contact us with questions or concerns you may have.

Mailing Address
3206 University Avenue
Des Moines, IA  50311


Office Hours: Monday-Friday; 8:00am-4:30pm

Payroll Supervisor: Korrine Jackson,
                               Phone:  515-271-3190
                               Fax:  515-271-4631
                               EMAIL: korrine.jackson@drake.edu 

Senior Accountant: Stacy Bauer,
                               Phone:  515-271-3168
                               Fax:  515-271-4631
                               EMAIL: stacy.bauer@drake.edu


 Information and Forms

Payday Dates

  • Bi-weekly/hourly employees is every other Friday. If the payday falls on a University holiday, the payday is the day before the holiday.
  • Salaried/exempt employees is the last working day of every month.
  • Students is the 12th of the month for the previous month. If the payday falls on a weekend, the payday is the following Monday.

Direct Deposit

  • Direct deposit of your paycheck is mandatory for all employees. Checks are directly deposited in your specified account on the payday specified above. Direct Deposit setup information is available through MyDrake. – MyDusis/Pay Information.
  • For Routing Number setup assistance, please call Payroll at 515-271-3190.
  • For help in the actual setup process, please call Human Resources at 515-271-3133.

 Tuition Waiver Information & Tuition Rebate Form

Once payroll receives notification of a taxable tuition rebate, the amount of the tuition rebate is divided and applied to the remaining pays in the term. The additional tax amount is determined by the calculation of the employee’s exemption status and pre-tax deductions. There is not a flat rate used for calculation. It is important that the tuition rebate form be completed before the term begins so that it can be spread out over the entire term.

  • Spring & Fall Term:  Monthly would be 4 pays; Biweekly would be 9 pays
  • Summer Term:  Monthly would be 3 pays; Biweekly would be 6 pays

 W-4 Forms (Return completed forms to Human Resources)

For a complete list of other HR forms, please visit the HR Forms Library.

 

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