What UCPath Means to Me
A new way to manage your payroll, benefits and employee information
UCPath has changed the way the UC-system handles payroll and benefits transactions. UCPath brings modern and stable technology, access to shared services, and integrated business processes for UCLA and the other participating UC locations. With the launch of the UCPath system, the University expects to strengthen its operational foundation, increasing efficiency and productivity, and supporting administrative excellence
With UCLA UCPath employees can expect the following changes:
- If you currently do not have one, establish a Single Sign-on (SSO), to access the UCPath Portal. Contact your manager/supervision for information on obtaining a SSO
- Please note: as with all other UCLA websites requiring SSO, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) will also be required. To enroll in MFA, please visit it.ucla.edu/security/resources/mfa-at-ucla.
- Log into atyourserviceonline.ucop.edu (AYSO) to:
- Verify your personal information (i.e. address, phone, email address, dependent names, etc.)
- Sign-up for direct deposit if you're not currently enrolled
- If you have a payroll deduction to the University Credit Union (UCU), complete theTransition to Direct Deposit Form to convert your deduction to a direct deposit account. You can obtain the form by visiting the University Credit Union site at ucu.org/ucpath.
- If you are on or near the vacation maximum, work with your manager/supervisor to reduce your current vacation balance