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University Bursar - How do I enroll in direct deposit?

The university uses direct deposit to issue refunds to students and pay their employees. Direct deposit is the electronic transfer of funds into a checking or savings account.

Direct Deposit for Students

Enrolling in direct deposit requires Two Factor Authentication (2FA), using your NetID password plus a generated code from a personal device that you have set up as your second factor.  2FA provides security beyond your password. Visit the Net ID Center to get more information about 2FA or register for the first time. Once completed, follow the steps below to set-up your direct deposit account. 

blue box 1 Access UI-Pay, following the instructions for your university

blue box 2 Enter NetID and Password and click Log In

blue box 3 Select Account Billing Information

blue box 4 Read the Announcements, then click Continue to acknowledge that you have read the announcements

blue box 5 Select Direct Deposit

blue box 6 Select Direct Deposit Enrollment 

Direct Deposit for University Staff and Student Employees

The directions above will automatically redirect you to My UI Info where all university employees manage their direct deposit information.  Accessing this information from off-campus will require you to log into the UI Verify two-factor authentication system.

For Questions about Refunds

Contact University Bursar with questions about refunds to your direct deposit bank account.

For Questions about Paycheck Deposits

Contact your campus payroll office.

International or Foreign National Students

Visit Payments to Foreign Nationals for more information, or contact your campus payroll office.

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Owner:Kathy K.Group:University of Illinois System
Created:2015-08-27 12:07 CSTUpdated:2022-11-11 11:03 CST
Sites:University of Illinois System
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