Getting Started

Step 1: Complete Employee and Benefit Information

Login to Workday
Please reference the Workday onboarding email you received to complete your Workday onboarding process. You must complete all tasks including the form I-9, pay elections and benefit elections. You can view a complete list in the Workday onboarding tutorial. If you haven’t already done so, you will need to schedule and meet with HR to confirm your social security number and I-9 documents are accurate to ensure a timely paycheck.

Step 2: Pickup Your WashU ID Badge & Request Access

Danforth Campus: Campus Card Services Office
Women’s Building Suite 002

Your hiring manager or business manager must request card access on your behalf by emailing cardaccess@wustl.edu.


Medical Campus: Facilities Integrated Service Center
Mid Campus Center; 1st floor lobby

Your hiring manager or business manager must request card access by submitting a ServiceNow ticket.

Step 3: Complete Training Courses

Login to Learn@Work
Your assigned compliance, training courses and new faculty orientation will be ready for you.

Office of the Provost Website

Faculty-specific resources, such as the Faculty Information Handbook, policies and reports, gender equality and Title IX, and more.

Exclusive Activities & Perks!

Discover signature community and sporting events, staff recognition opportunities, and discounts exclusive only to WashU Employees!

WUCare

Benefits & Well-Being

Learn about your health, dental, vision and retirement options, including WUCare, exclusive primary care for eligible WashU employees, well-being benefits and programming, and family care resources.

Useful Campus Resources

WashU ID Badges

Danforth Campus ID Badges

School of Medicine ID Badges

WashU’s ID Badges are used for identification, building access, dining and more, including Bear Bucks, WashU’s cashless payment system.

WashU IT

Visit IT.wustl.edu

Contact IT Support

WashU Information Technology can help with computer and email assistance, telecommuting and more.

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