Enroll / Update / Cancel Your Direct Deposit

Enroll, update, or cancel direct deposit at any time from MySlice or complete the paper direct deposit form.

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Enroll in Direct Deposit to a Single Bank Account (3 steps)
Steps

Step 1

  1. Launch MySlice
  2. Enter your NetID and password as prompted.

Step 2

  1. Within Employee Services:
  2. Click the View/Update My Direct Deposit link
  3. Click Add Account.

Step 3 Complete your direct deposit information:

  1. Select Direct Deposit Account Type (Checking or Savings).
  2. Select Deposit Type of Percent.
  3. Enter Deposit Percentage of 100%.
  4. Enter Bank Routing Number.

Note: The bank routing number is exactly nine digits in length and is generally the first nine-digits in the lower left section of your check. The first two-digits of the routing number will begin with 01 through 12 or 21 through 32.

Sample check to help in identifying routing and account numbers:

Sample Check

  1. Enter Account Number. After identifying the routing number, identify your check number. The remaining digits are your account number. Do not include dashes, spaces, or other special characters when entering your account number.
  2. Enter Deposit Order of 1 (1 = first account processed).
  3. Click Save button or click on Return to Direct Deposit to cancel

Rejection Notifications: In the event that your bank account is closed or changed prior to you updating your direct deposit information, Syracuse University will receive notification of the direct deposit rejection 1-3 days after the direct deposit was sent. After receiving this notification, Payroll will notify the employee and most likely issue a paper paycheck. To prevent this from happening, update your direct deposit information as soon as you know you are changing accounts.

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Enroll in Direct Deposit to Multiple Bank Accounts by Percentage (4 steps)
Steps

Step 1

  1. Launch MySlice
  2. Enter your NetID and password as prompted.

Step 2

  1. Within Employee Services:
  2. Click the View/Update My Direct Deposit link
  3. Click Add Account.

Step 3
Complete your direct deposit information for your first account:

  1. Select Direct Deposit Account Type (Checking or Savings).
  2. Select Deposit Type of Percent.
  3. Enter Deposit Percentage less than 100%.
  4. Enter Bank Routing Number.

Note: The bank routing number is exactly nine digits in length and is generally the first nine-digits in the lower left section of your check. The first two-digits of the routing number will begin with 01 through 12 or 21 through 32.

Sample check to help in identifying routing and account numbers:

Sample Check

  1. Enter Account Number. After identifying the routing number, identify your check number. The remaining digits are your account number. Do not include dashes, spaces, or other special characters when entering your account number.
  2. Enter Deposit Order of 1 (1 = first account processed).
  3. Click Save button or click on Return to Direct Deposit to cancel

Step 4
Complete your direct deposit information for your second account:

  1. Click on Add Account
  2. Select Direct Deposit Account Type (Checking or Savings).
  3. Select Deposit Type of Percent.
  4. Enter Deposit Percentage less than 100% (Combined percentages must equal 100%).
  5. Enter Bank Routing Number.

Note: The bank routing number is exactly nine digits in length and is generally the first nine-digits in the lower left section of your check. The first two-digits of the routing number will begin with 01 through 12 or 21 through 32.

Sample check to help in identifying routing and account numbers:

Sample Check

  1. Enter Account Number. After identifying the routing number, identify your check number. The remaining digits are your account number. Do not include dashes, spaces, or other special characters when entering your account number.
  2. Enter Deposit Order of 2 (1 = first account processed).
  3. Click Save button or click on Return to Direct Deposit to cancel

Rejection Notifications: In the event that your bank account is closed or changed prior to you updating your direct deposit information, Syracuse University will receive notification of the direct deposit rejection 1-3 days after the direct deposit was sent. After receiving this notification, Payroll will notify the employee and most likely issue a paper paycheck. To prevent this from happening, update your direct deposit information as soon as you know you are changing accounts.

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Enroll in Direct Deposit to Multiple Bank Accounts, with One being by Amount (4 steps)

Steps

Step 1

  1. Launch MySlice
  2. Enter your NetID and password as prompted.

Step 2

  1. Within Employee Services:
  2. Click the View/Update My Direct Deposit link
  3. Click Add Account.

Step 3
Complete your direct deposit information for your first account:

  1. Select Direct Deposit Account Type (Checking or Savings).
  2. Select Deposit Type of Amount.
  3. Enter Deposit Amount to be allocated to this account.
  4. Enter Bank Routing Number.

Note: The bank routing number is exactly nine digits in length and is generally the first nine-digits in the lower left section of your check. The first two-digits of the routing number will begin with 01 through 12 or 21 through 32.

Sample check to help in identifying routing and account numbers:

Sample Check

  1. Enter Account Number. After identifying the routing number, identify your check number. The remaining digits are your account number. Do not include dashes, spaces, or other special characters when entering your account number.
  2. Enter Deposit Order of 1 (1 = first account processed).
  3. Click Save button or click on Return to Direct Deposit to cancel

Step 4
Complete your direct deposit information for your second account, this account will receive the balance of your direct deposit:

  1. Click on Add Account
  2. Select Direct Deposit Account Type (Checking or Savings).
  3. Select Deposit Type of Balance.
  4. No Deposit Amount or Percentage needs to be entered.
  5. Enter Bank Routing Number.

Note: The bank routing number is exactly nine digits in length and is generally the first nine-digits in the lower left section of your check. The first two-digits of the routing number will begin with 01 through 12 or 21 through 32.

Sample check to help in identifying routing and account numbers:

Sample Check

  1. Enter Account Number. After identifying the routing number, identify your check number. The remaining digits are your account number. Do not include dashes, spaces, or other special characters when entering your account number.
  2. Enter Deposit Order: (System will automatically assign 999 for all balance accounts).
  3. Click Save button or click on Return to Direct Deposit to cancel

Rejection Notifications: In the event that your bank account is closed or changed prior to you updating your direct deposit information, Syracuse University will receive notification of the direct deposit rejection 1-3 days after the direct deposit was sent. After receiving this notification, Payroll will notify the employee and most likely issue a paper paycheck. To prevent this from happening, update your direct deposit information as soon as you know you are changing accounts.

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Update Direct Deposit Information (3 steps)

Steps

Step 1

  1. Launch MySlice
  2. Enter your NetID and password as prompted.

Step 2

  1. Within Employee Services:
  2. Click the View/Update My Direct Deposit link
  3. Choose the existing account you want to update and click on the Edit button to the right.

Step 3
From the Change Direct Deposit screen, update choices include:

  1. Account Type (Checking or Savings).
  2. Deposit Type
  3. Amount or Percent
  4. Bank Routing Number
  5. Account Number
  6. Deposit Order
  7. Click Save button to save your updates or click on Return to Direct Deposit to cancel your updates.

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Cancel Direct Deposit (3 steps)

Steps

Step 1

  1. Launch the MySlice web site
  2. Enter your NetID and password as prompted.

Step 2

  1. Within Employee Services:
  2. Click the View/Update My Direct Deposit link

Step 3

  1. Choose each existing account and click on the Delete button to the right.
  2. On the Delete Confirmation page, click Yes – Delete, to confirm OR click No – Do Not Delete to cancel deleting.

A paper paycheck will be issued to you the following pay period.

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