The checklist you received (or will receive) from AAVP-Faculty office is the most important one you'll need before you start work. Be sure to complete that first . (For additional copies, email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org).
☐ Take your social security card and, if foreign, take your visa documentation to Staff Employment (D-70 ASB) to complete an I-9.
☐ Complete your contract by following the instructions in the email sent by Staff Employment.
☐ Once your contract is approved, log in to myBYU for access to class roles, completion of your W4 form, and bank account information for direct deposit.
I. Check with the department secretary on:
☐ Available office space.
☐ Class schedule and room numbers.
☐ Access to a computer and other technology support that you might need.
☐ Phone/internet hook-ups and long-distance calling code set up.
☐ Access to a BYU email address.
☐ Building and department mail-boxes/keys, after-hours access, copy machine codes, and generic office supplies.
II. Explore this website
☐ Review BYU Policy
☐ Access Human Resources on new faculty information: https://welcome.byu.edu/before-you-start
☐ Take a tour of this website for other helpful information.
III. Familiarize yourself with CTL (Center for Teaching & Learning) teaching tools
☐ Set up one-on-one training with CTL consultants if needed
First Week of Employment
☐ Get a picture ID at the BYU ID Center (1057 WSC)
☐ Register your vehicle & get parking online
☐ Ask for a list of department faculty/staff phone numbers.
☐ Ask to meet with your chair and discuss any needs, questions, or concerns that you may have including:
- Information on student evaluations and how they apply to you
- How and when you will be evaluated and by whom
- Ways to connect with your department (invitations to department meetings, socials, newsletters, email list)
- Funds available for professional development opportunities, etc