Once your payroll forms are completed and you have your EMPL ID number, contact the Security Office at 483-1068. There is no charge for this service, but don't lose your ID card! There is a replacement fee for lost or stolen cards. Your ID will admit you to most campus and athletic events and will provide you with after hour building access.
Contact Business Affairs to receive one or more parking passes to avoid those pesky parking tickets while you are working on campus. Stop down at their office on the first floor of May Hall with your EMPL ID number and your vehicle information to be issued your pass(es).
Staff Photo ID
Be sure to have your photo taken in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs for future use. The Office of Communications and Public Affairs is your communications resource on campus; use them for event planning, media relations, advertising, and publications.
The Hawk’s Nest snack bar is located in the upper level and the cafeteria is in the lower level of the Student Center. There are a variety of meal plans and cash options to choose from, including a rechargeable declining balance card that can be used (tax free) in place of cash in both the snack bar and the cafeteria. Contact Sodexo at 483-2014 to inquire about purchasing a dining plan.
The Office of Communications and Public Affairs is your communications center on campus. The office produces an online calendar of events and a weekly newsletter, "Digest," which is distributed via e-mail. For assistance, call 483-2787.
Review the event checklist and reserve your rooms here! Don’t forget to add your event to DSU’s community calendar as well. If you have any question, contact the Office of Communications and Public Affairs at 483-2787.
Be sure to talk to your supervisor about what keys you will need to have in order to access various facilities.
Check with your supervisor if you should have business cards printed. If so, submit your request here.
Name Plates, Tags, Signs
Ask your supervisor if you are to have a desk nameplate, name tag, and/or a door sign.
There are copy machines and fax machines located throughout campus. Your department chair or supervisor can explain the location and operation of your department's machines and provide you with an access code that can be used campus wide.
If you will be dealing with student records you will need to take the FERPA training before you can obtain access to those records. Contact the registrar in the Office of Academic Records at 483-2535.
Requests to travel at the institution's expense must first be approved by your department chair or supervisor. See the DSU Faculty Handbook or the North Dakota University System Human Resource Policy Manual, Policy numbers 20.5 and 31 for more information. See the Office of Business Affairs for information on travel reimbursement procedures. The University highly recommends that all staff, faculty, and possible student drivers take a defensive driving course. To find out when the next course will be offered or to request the use of a state fleet vehicle please contact Facility Operations at 483-2148.
Faculty and staff are allowed to take a limited number of classes per academic year, tuition-free, with the approval of their department chair or supervisor. Classes may be taken at DSU or at any of the other institutions in the North Dakota University System. Spouses and dependents of faculty and staff also are eligible for tuition waivers at DSU. However, there are some restrictions. Contact Human Resources at 483-2530 for more information.
If you have a maintenance request, fill out a work order request form here and Facility Operations will address your needs.
Employee Thoughts & Concerns
The Employee Thoughts and Concerns Committee, a representative body of DSU employees, welcomes your thoughts and concerns.