Who is Impacted Now?
- ISU employees within the Office of Admissions and Office of Student Financial Aid are among the first to transition operations to Workday Student to support Fall 2024 application and admissions processes for prospective undergraduate students.
- Graduate admissions processing for Fall 2024 applicants will transition to Workday Student in September 2023.
- ISU employees within the Office of the Registrar are also transitioning course editing processes to Workday Student, beginning with those for Fall 2024.
- Other ISU employees outside these units who support prospective undergraduate students and course editing processes may also be impacted.
What is Changing Now?
Roll-out 1.a Change Impacts:
- Accepting Offer of Admission
- Admissions Application Processing
- Course Editing Security
- Display of Course Offerings in University Catalog
- Preferred Name vs. Legal Student Name Security Access
- Reports Available in Workday
How Does it Impact Me Now?
Where Can I Get Help Now?
- Contact Workcyte
- How-To Articles and Frequently Asked Questions can be found in the ISU Service Portal
- Demonstration Video: Accessing the ISU Service Portal
- Demonstration Video: Searching for Content in the ISU Service Portal
New Workday Benefits and Pay Hub Launched on June 1
In addition to these exciting changes, the launch of the new Benefits and Pay Hub provides a single location for employees to review their benefits, compensation, and pay information.
This new app is Iowa State’s first opportunity to truly illustrate the value of an employee’s total rewards package. In addition to payroll information, it includes an employee’s base pay, applicable allowances and period activity, and any awards/one-time payments received (P&S EMPP, Faculty EPP, Merit PEP, etc.), as well as the employer-paid contributions for the ISU benefits that you receive in one cohesive illustration based on a rolling 12-month comparison.
Benefits and Pay Hub
This new app will eventually replace the Benefits and Pay apps as Workday retires those functions in future releases.
View this demonstration video for more details.