Off Boarding

Off Boarding is the process used ­­when a faculty, staff or other department member leaves employment at any location for any reason.

When an employee leaves due to resignation, retirement or involuntary termination, a series of actions must be initiated to ensure that all aspects of employment - email and electronic access, use of university property and materials, parking, payroll and personnel records - are properly managed.

As of Sept. 1, 2017, the beginning of FY18, the Off Boarding process should be accessed online by a separating employee or his or her department administrative representative. Please do not submit paper forms. Log in with your EUID and password to find:

Who is responsible for Off Boarding?

Off Boarding is a user-friendly process that allows separating employees, managers, departmental administrative contacts, or a separating employee who requests a termination to receive checklists that detail actions required before separation. The electronic off-boarding process also is designed to automatically generate a termination e-Par (electronic payroll action request) and notify other departments involved in maintaining proper management control that an employee is leaving.

Has the Off Boarding process changed?

Off Boarding was revised, not substantially changed, to move from paper-based to an electronic process that will expedite separation more efficiently and accurately. Faculty, staff and student workers will not be affected unless or until they leave employment.

When does online Off Boarding begin?

Sept. 1, 2017, the beginning of FY18.

Who can assist me and my department with Off Boarding?

Department representatives who manage Off Boarding may contact their Campus Human Resources department for assistance. The process usually begins when an employee notifies a supervisor of his or her departure.

Contact Campus Human Resources Teams