As part of UCSF’s transition to UCPath, At Your Service Online (AYSO) will become read-only, starting April 24, 2020. As a result, several actions that employees could previously take in AYSO will be unavailable such as: 

  • Updates to employee information including personal information, tax withholding, and direct deposit.
  • Initial enrollment in benefits for new employees with Period of Initial Eligibility (PIE) between April 24 and May 31. 

Employees will still be able to view and print historical information contained in AYSO such as pay statements and tax documents for periods prior to UCPath implementation. Links to external sites such as Wageworks, UCRAYS, and other benefits providers will continue to be available.   

Make Changes to Employee Information by April 23

All employees are encouraged to verify and update their personal information in AYSO by April 23, before data conversion to UCPath. Employees who receive paper paychecks should confirm that their home address is current, as this will be the mailing destination for paychecks.

Sign Up for Direct Deposit

Employees who still receive paper paychecks are also encouraged to sign up for direct deposit in AYSO by April 23 in order to avoid mailing delays for their June pay.

Temporary Procedures for Benefits Enrollment between April 24 and May 31

New employees can continue to enroll online in AYSO for their health benefits through April 23. 

After April 23, new employees will not be able to enroll in benefits online if their Period of Initial Eligibility closes before June 1. 

Between April 24 and May 31, complete and submit paper forms to Payroll Benefits

Employees enrolling in the UC Plus-Supplemental Health Plans should enroll at

After April 23, employees must wait until June 1 to make changes to their information. After June 1, employees will use the online self-service function of UCPath.

UCPath online Opens June 1 for UCSF Employees

Beginning on June 1, all UCSF paid employees will have access to UCPath online. They can begin managing their information using the self-service functionality such as:

  • Update personal information such as home address
  • View and print earnings statements for pay periods after go-live
  • View and update tax forms
  • Enroll, view, and change direct deposit options
  • View benefits and leave accruals
  • Make life event changes (marriage, divorce, birth of child, adoption, etc.)
  • Enroll in health benefits during their PIE

To learn more about preparing for UCPath, including additional cutover actions and deadlines, visit the UCPath website. For questions about benefits enrollment, contact the Benefits Specialty Center.