Payroll Statements On-line

The Payroll department receives a lot of requests on how to access your earning statements online, sign up for paperless pay stubs when you have a direct deposit and getting your W2 form online. Please see below information and steps on how to register and feel free to contact payroll if you have any questions or concerns.

ADP iPayStatements, is a benefit for all employees. You will be able to access your earnings statements and W-2 forms 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. In addition, you can update your W-4. Simply type in your changes, print the form, sign it and forward the completed form with your signature to Payroll for processing. There is also an option to go green and have your pay check stubs paperless if you have direct deposit.

How to Register on ADP iPayStatements


2. Click on “Register Now”.

3. When prompted during the registration process, enter the Self Service Registration Pass Code which is: xyzzy

You will be prompted to complete a registration process during which you must answer a few security questions and select a password. Your password must contain between 8 to 20 characters and at least one alpha and one numeric character. You will be assigned a system generated User ID. The security questions will be used to verify your identity if you ever forget your user ID or password.

If you choose, once you have registered and logged into ADP, look to the menu on the right side of the screen under “Things You Can do” then click “Go paperless.”

Upon completing the registration process, you may access your pay statements at

ADP Registration Process
I just completed the registration process and it was fairly smooth. The initial registration page took a while to load so be patient. Once I created an account I was able to view my recent paychecks and the last 3 years of W2s – awesome! Plus I am excited that I am no longer (by choice) going to receive a paper “pay stub this is not a check” in the mail any longer … kind of defeats the purpose of paperless really! – Tyler Barnes