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Pay & Benefits Statement

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DePaul University is proud to offer a valuable compensation and benefits package that supports you and your family in many different aspects of your career and life. View your pay & benefits statement.

What is a pay & benefits statement?

A pay & benefits statement is your personalized and confidential statement that communicates the overall value of the compensation and benefits package you have received while working at DePaul. The statement details your contributions and DePaul's contributions to these programs during the most recently completed calendar year. Your statement is not a regulatory or tax document. The statement is for informational purposes only.

Who received a statement?

Statements are available to current full-time and part-time faculty and staff who were active as of December 31st of the prior calendar year. Union employees and student employees will not receive statements.

Where will I find my confidential statement?

You may view your personalized pay & benefits statement by logging into My HR using your Campus Connect user ID and password and navigating to:
Main Menu > Self Service > Payroll and Compensation > Pay & Benefits Statement

How often is the information updated?

Pay & benefits statements reflect the information from the prior calendar year and may not reflect changes posted after the final paycheck of the year. Updated statements will be available annually, during the first quarter of the following calendar year. Prior year statements will also be available for viewing, beginning with the 2018 statement.

What is included and not included?

Pay & benefits statements are personalized to include the compensation you earned throughout the calendar year (e.g. base pay, overtime/overload, and compensation received through DePaul's Staff Recognition Award Program), benefits contributions, regulatory contributions such as Social Security and Medicare, and other perks.

Statements will not reflect federal and state income taxes, payroll deductions not related to benefits, paid time off balances, FAS 106, or taxable portions of employer-paid basic life insurance.

If your medical and/or dental benefit includes coverage for an unrelated second domiciled adult (SDA), or other non-qualifying dependents, the taxable premium paid by DePaul is not included on your statement. If you would like to verify this amount, please refer to the Employer Paid Benefits section of your final paycheck of the year.  

What if I have questions?

Questions may be directed to Human Resources at ext. 2-8500 or

Sample Pay & Benefits Summary

Item University Pays Your Contribution
Base 50,000.00 0.00
Non-Base Pay 1,022.75 0.00
Health and Wellness 15,421.72 4,362.72
Retirement Savings 4,750.00 2,500.00
Tuition 5,200.00 0.00
Regulatory 3,903.24 3,903.24
Other Benefits 0.00 1,260.00
Summary Total 80,297.71 12,025.96

Compensation and Benefits

Base Pay
Holiday and Floating Holiday
Regular Earnings
Short-Term Disability
Sick Time
Summer Hours
Non-Base Pay
Overtime / Overload
Reward and Recognition
Salary Additional Pay
Taxable Fringe Benefits
Health and Wellness
Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Basic Life Insurance
Dental Insurance
Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
Dependent Life Insurance
Health Care Flexible Spending Account
Health Savings Account
Healthy Vincent's Wellness Program
Long-Term Disability
Medical Insurance
Supplemental Life Insurance
Vision Insurance
Retirement Savings
403(b) Savings Plan
Faculty and Staff Tuition Waivers
Tuition for Dependents of Faculty and Staff
Tuition Exchange Program
Social Security
Other Benefits
Parking Flexible Spending Account
Transit Flexible Spending Account
This list may not include all types of compensation and benefit programs offered at DePaul.