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Before Your First Day

Criminal Background Check

Your appointment is conditional pending the results of a criminal background check in accordance with the UW-Green Bay and/or UW System Criminal Background Check policy and procedures.  The appointment will be withdrawn or terminated if the results are unacceptable. You will be receiving an e-mail from HireRight requesting your authorization to process this background check.  Please follow the instructions in this e-mail as soon as possible.

New Hire Paperwork

In order to ensure accurate information is on file and for timely processing of payroll, it is very important that within your first week of employment, you log into the My UW Portal to enter/update the following information. Delaying submission of new hire paperwork will postpone access to email and other campus systems.

Be sure to let your supervisor know the date these items are completed, as this information will be noted on your Onboarding Checklist. If you have any questions on the completion of the forms, please contact Human Resources at 920-465-2390.

Please note that if you already submitted Direct Deposit, W-4 and Self-ID forms, you would not need to add this information in your My UW Portal, but can update it as needed.

You will receive an email from HireRight requesting your action to initiate the I-9. This email will provide you with logon information to complete your I-9. Please follow the instructions in the email to complete page 1 of the I-9, if you haven’t already.  The I-9 form contains a list of acceptable documents you will need to physically present within three business days of your first day of employment for verification of identity and work authorization. 

If you haven't already, please submit the following.

  • Faculty and Academic Staff - Submit official transcripts for your highest degree.  Unofficial transcripts are acceptable if you are a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay graduate.

University Staff – Submit unofficial transcripts for your highest degree.

Parking Permit

UW-Green Bay has a Virtual Parking Permit system in which no physical permit is displayed. Through the use of Automated License Plates Reader(ALPR), we identify if a vehicle has a virtual permit assigned or has paid for a parking session. This innovative system allows for user to have more control over their parking, and makes parking enforcement much simpler. For more information on how to purchase a permit and parking regulations, please visit our Parking Information page.