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Integrated Service Center

Personal Information

Verifying Your Personal Information

Your Personal Information in Workday includes your date of birth, gender, ethnicity, and military status. You can revise this information using the procedures in the resources below; note that certain changes to your personal information require verification.
User Guide on how to Edit Your Personal Information
Quick Guide on how to Edit Your Personal Information

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Security of Your Information

The ISC values the security of your personal information.
Please do not email the ISC your Social Security Number (SSN), bank information, password, or other private personal information.
UW Privacy Assurance and Systems Security (PASS) Council’s recommendations for safeguarding your SSN
Quick Guide on how to log in to Workday using 2FA

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Managing Emergency Contacts

You can manage your Emergency Contacts in Workday.
Step-by-step instructions on how to edit your Emergency Contacts
 

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Updating Additional Personal Information

Gender
In Workday, you have the option to set your gender as Male or Female. A gender selection is required for the purposes of covered health services. Failure to provide this information may result in denial of services.
Information on changing your gender on your Social Security records
Date of Birth
A Date of Birth change requires the employee to provide proof of the change and ISC approval.

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Updating Your Name

Legal Name Change
If you want to change your Legal Name for UW employment purposes, you must first change your name on your Social Security Card.
Once you’ve received your new Social Security Card, you can make the change in Workday.
Step-by-step instructions on how to change your Legal Name
You may also want to update your Preferred Name;

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Onboarding & First Steps Overview

Welcome to the University of Washington!

We’re glad you’re here.

Here is important information about payroll that all new UW employees need to know.
You may also wish to review information on UW employee benefits.
Your Employee Identification Number and NetID
Every University of Washington employee has a unique Employee Identification Number (EID).
Your EID is assigned when your employment information is entered into Workday.

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Your Information

Welcome to the Personal and Work Information pages in the ISC.
Links below provide access to both personal and work information for faculty, professional staff, and student workers.
Many processes associated with your information are now done in Workday, the UW’s unified Human Resources, Payroll, Benefits, and Time Tracking system.
With Workday you can:

  • Update your name,
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