Integrated Service Center

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.

Acceptable documentation is either a copy of your state-issued driver license (or ID card) or both your birth certificate and a current photo ID.

Change of Citizenship Status

Employees are not able to update their own Citizenship Status in Workday.

If your citizenship status has changed, please contact your department or unit’s I-9 coordinator to make the update.

Please note that you may have to provide documentation proving the change in Citizenship Status.

If you recently changed your United States citizen or immigration status, such as becoming a Permanent Resident (green card holder), you will need to complete a new Form I-9 in Workday.

Information on the Form I-9

Then take the documentation (original and unexpired) of your changed status to your department or unit’s I-9 coordinator. They will complete the Form I-9 in Workday to re-verify your employment eligibility.

Step-by-step instructions on how to complete the Form I-9