UCPath is a system-wide project launched by the University of California (UC) to modernize its current aging payroll system.

UCPath introduces new, modern technology on the PeopleSoft platform that will integrate and align payroll, benefits and transaction processing across the UC system.  When implemented, all UC employees will have access to the new UCPath portal, where they will have the ability to view personal job data and payroll information, sign up for direct deposit, update tax withholdings, view/enroll in benefits, view vacation and sick leave balances, and more.  Employees will also benefit from the UCPath Center, the shared services hub which will provide dedicated and responsive customer service support.
UCLA will deploy UCPath in September, 2018. UCLA will partner with UC Santa Barbara as part of the UCLA/UCSB Pilot implementation, joining the Office of the President, which launched UCPath in 2015, and our sister campuses — Merced, Riverside, and ASUCLA — all of which are now live on UCPath as of January 2, 2018. 



On Wednesday, April 4th, representatives from organizations and departments across UCLA met for their monthly UCLA UCPath CAG meeting.                                        
UCLA, along with UC Santa Barbara, will transition to UCPath in September, 2018. In partnership with UC Santa Barbara, UCLA will join the Office of the President, which launched in 2015, along with the Pilot campuses.

UCPath News @ UCLA

woman in office surrounded by books and papersASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT MARK CIANCA SHARES UCPATH MESSAGE

Mark Cianca, Associate Vice President of UC Operational Services, delivers a message highlighting a significant milestone for the University of California UCPath project.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
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The UCPath training team is committed to providing UCLA faculty and staff with the resources they need to fully utilize the new UCPath system.

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A Message from Omar Noorzai
Executive Director, UCLA Business Transformation Office

The University of California (UC) has embarked upon an ambitious strategic initiative to streamline and modernize the way human resource and payroll functions are handled across the system.

UCPath aims to integrate key human resource, benefits and payroll functions into a single system to more efficiently manage employee information and improve customer service for more than 200,000 UC employees’ system-wide. The UCPath solution has been designed to strengthen our operational foundation, by replacing our aging Payroll/Personnel System (PPS) system with more modernized, stable technology and aligned business processes.

We are pleased to announce that UCLA, along with UC Santa Barbara, will transition to UCPath in September, 2018. We will join the Office of the President, which launched in 2015, along with the Pilot campuses — UC Merced, UC Riverside, and ASUCLA — which successfully transitioned to UCPath on January 2, 2018, in using this new payroll and human resources platform.

This is an exciting time for the UCPath Program and for our campus...more