View and print pay statements, change personal info and more.

For paycheck questions or UCPath help,
call 949-824-0500 or:

Access training material, job aids, resources, shortcuts and more.

Transactors - Reach out to your division's Point of Contact or contact the Employee Experience Center.

UCI Employees - For questions about UCPath and pay, contact:

  • Employee Experience Center (EEC): UCI’s local support center to answer UCI UCPath and payroll questions, as well as HR and benefits-related inquiries.
    Phone: 949-824-0500 | Email: eec@uci.edu | Website: eec.hr.uci.edu
  • UCPath: Log in to UCPath Online. Select the yellow “Ask UCPath Center” button in the top right of your browser window and then select the "Submit an Inquiry" tab to open a case. You can also call the UCPath Center in Riverside Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m., excluding holidays, at 855-982-7284. A chat feature is available for some topics; look for the chat button in the lower right corner of the webpage.

News & Updates

Ask UCPath Enhancements

New Features Coming to Ask UCPath


UCPath is excited to introduce two important improvements that empower employees to better manage their inquiries. As of April 15, the following enhancements will be available to all employees and transactional submitters.

Reopen Inquiries

This new feature enables employees to reopen previously closed inquiries that require further attention, replacing the current “pending closure” and “follow-up” processes. This change will result in a consistent resolution process for all inquiry types. Feature highlights include:

  • Enables employees to reopen inquiries.
  • Allows cases to be reopened three times within one year of the original closure date.
  • Simplifies inquiry management by retaining original case numbers, associated communications, and attachments.

Self-close Inquiries

Employees will be able to close their inquiries when issues have been resolved or when UCPath assistance is no longer required. Feature highlights include:

  • Enables employees to close their own inquiries.
  • Does not apply to inquiries with pending actions.
  • There is no time limit for users to close their cases.
2023 at a Glance

See What We Do - Read Our 2023 Year in Review


The UCI UCpath team is pleased to present our 2023 Year in Review infographic, where we highlight some of our accomplishments from this past year. We appreciate the opportunity to locally serve everyone involved in UCPath and related systems, and look forward to a busy, productive 2024.

Update Information in UCPath

Update - Don't Wait


Review & Update Your Personal Information in UCPath

Is your home address, secondary email address, direct deposit information, and state tax information current and correct in the UCPath, the University of California’s payroll, benefits, human resources, and academic personnel system?  Log in to UCPath online to review and update your information, if needed, to make sure that you receive important pay, benefits, and other critical communications.

 Review this quick check sheet of things to keep updated in UCPath – and how.

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Beware of Phishing Emails Impersonating UCPath


A phishing email impersonating UCPath is targeting UC employees at several locations, including UC Irvine. The faudulent email prompts employees to update their UCPath accounts.  

  • The phishing email includes the subject line "Update Your UCPath Account".
  • It contains a link to a fraudulent login page, mimicking the official UCPath login interface.

Immediate Action Required:

  • Please inform other employees about this security threat.
  • Do not open the email, click any links, or open attachments.
  • Immediately report phishing emails to UCI's Office of Information Technology (OIT).
  • After reporting, delete the email to ensure security and prevent further risk.
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Tax Info for Telecommuting Out of State or Country


As a result of Covid-19 pandemic, some UCI employees who normally work in California may now be working outside of the state or country. Employees that fall into this category may qualify for state taxes in the state they reside while telecommuting. To change your state residency for tax purposes, follow these steps and seek advice from your tax advisor if you have questions about changing your tax filing status.
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Moved? Update Your Address Now on UCPath Online


If you have recently moved, remember to update your address on UCPath Online.This is especially important if you receive paper paychecks mailed to your address on record. Direct Deposit is still the safest and fastest way to get paid. Please consider signing up for Direct Deposit on UCPath Online.