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Before You Arrive

Your "why" has led you to SLCC, and the next step in your career. We can’t wait till you arrive! As you prep for day 1, this guide will help you visualize what’s ahead and learn more about your new workplace.

Log in to the Employee Records system and complete the Employment Eligibility Form (I-9) Section 1 before or no later than your hire date (the hire date means the first day of work for pay). You should receive an email notification with the subject "SLCC Onboarding - New Employee Forms" to your personal email address you put when applied for the position.

If you received a login error, please send a screenshot to . Also, we will be happy to help you access the Employee Records Onboarding system and complete I-9 form during your in-person I-9 verification appointment.

You will need to complete the rest of your new hire forms within one week of your hire date.

Action Items

Staff and Faculty Orientation is where you'll learn about college resources, employee benefits and ways to get involved at SLCC.


Bruin Beginnings Orientation

Your new employee orientation is called Bruin Beginnings. It's where you'll learn about college resources, employee benefits and ways to get involved at SLCC. Reach out to with follow-up questions or feedback!

Bruin Beginnings New Staff Essentials
Join Onboarding and Employee Experience and attend workshops created to help connect you to the college throughout your first year. You’ll be introduced to our learning culture and mission, vision, and values by identifying and focusing on your strengths and celebrating what you bring to the college.


New Faculty Orientation and Onboarding Resource Fair

At the beginning of the fall and spring semester all faculty are invited to attend either a virtual or in-person orientation. At this event, you will receive information that will help you get ready to teach SLCC students. Watch for an email inviting you to this event.

New Faculty Cohort Program
SLCC strived to build community and create a supportive and welcoming environment during faculty's first year. This model will include a robust faculty orientation, monthly workshops throughout the first year, and a paid opportunity offering early access to online trainings, Canvas courses, and professional development.

You’ll use your My SLCC Username to log in to various SLCC systems, like the MySLCC Portal. To set it up, choose the "Reset Password" option the first time you log in.


Your S Number is your employee ID and Student Number. It identifies you as an employee and gives you secure access to online and campus services. You can view your S Number on your MySLCC profile page.

SLCC uses Direct Deposit. To set up your Direct Deposit and receive your paycheck, fill out your payroll forms in the online Employee Records system. You will also need to provide the following:

  • Social Security Card image or copy for payroll purposes (please provide within 60 days of your start date)
  • One bank-provided document (choose one):
    • Voided Check
    • Direct Deposit letter from your bank
    • Direct Deposit form generated from your bank's website.

Action Items

Take a picture and upload these documents securely into the online Employee Records system,


Bring these documents to your I-9 Verification appointment/New Employee Orientation so we can help you to upload them securely to Employee Records.


Submit the documents directly to Payroll.

You will need a parking permit to park on any SLCC campus, except Meadowbrook and West Valley Center. The college uses a license plate reader technology program, which means your permit will be virtual and based on your license plate number. If you are a student employee, please use your student parking pass.

Parking Permits

Action Items

  • Receive and review via email address, the contract for all classes you are teaching
  • Review a checklist/orientation of duties and responsibilities with your Associate Dean/Department Chair
  • Connect with the Faculty Lead/Coordinator for your Department or individual programs
  • Contact Faculty Development for professional development and resources for course instruction
  • Secure a “desk copy” of the appropriate text(s) and related teaching materials
  • Request any necessary teaching supplies