Payroll Forms

Biweekly Pay Sheet
Biweekly Pay Sheets report hours to Payroll for student and hourly employees. Form adds Hours to provide Week One & Two sub-totals & Grand Total Hours Worked. Click here for a version of the form that allows you to input Week One & Two sub-totals & Grand Total Hours Worked. Revised: April 2021

Biweekly Time Sheet
Use the Biweekly Time Sheet to track hours worked for all non exempt employees.  This is only an interdepartmental form and should not be submitted to Payroll.
Updated: April 2021

Club Membership Form
Use this form to inform Payroll of club memberships.
Updated: April 2021

Direct Deposit Enrollment Instructions
TCU is a mandatory direct deposit campus.  Direct deposit of funds ensures payroll payments are made to all employees on payday.  View this document for instructions on how to setup direct deposit and for specific information regarding receipt of Title IV funds.

Minister’s Housing Allowance Form
Use the Minister’s Housing Allowance form to report/update your minister’s housing allowance to Human Resources.

Pay Adjustment Form
Biweekly employees use the Pay Adjustment Form to report pay exceptions such as additional hours worked or hours to be docked.
Revised: September 2013

Payroll Employer Provided Vehicle Valuation Form
Submit this form to Payroll to document your employer provided vehicle for tax purposes.
Updated: October 2020

Payroll Mileage Log
Record mileage for employer provided vehicles.
Added: March 2008

Quick Entry for STU/BTP
Instructions on how to use Payroll’s Quick Entry page for Student and Biweekly Temporary employees.

Updating W-4
The purpose of Tax Form W-4 is simple as it is used by TCU (your employer) to withhold the proper amount of federal income tax from your paycheck. The IRS recommends that employees submit a new W-4 tax form each year, or any time their personal or financial situation changes. You can control the amount withheld from each paycheck when you complete your W-4 form.

Information on how to enroll for your online W-2.