EAC MyPay Portal Information
What is the EAC MyPay Portal?
The EAC MyPay Portal is a web application that allows current and past employees to view their payroll information. MyPay takes the place of the printed paystubs that employees have received in the past.
Who has access to the MyPay Portal?
If you are currently working for Eastern Arizona College then you will have access to the MyPay Portal. This includes all full-time, part-time and workstudy employees. Past employees will have access to the MyPay Portal for one year after their last day of employment.
How do I access the MyPay Portal?
Accessing the MyPay Portal is the same regardless of whether you are on or off campus. You can reach the MyPal Portal in one of the following ways:
- Browse to www.eac.edu and choose the EAC MyPay Portal menu item from the Working at EAC menu at the top of the page.
- Browse to www.eac.edu, choose the Faculty & Staff link from the left-side menu, then click the EAC MyPay Portal link under the Working at EAC section.
- Link directly to mypay.eac.edu.
- Redirect from our main website using www.eac.edu/mypay.
Using any of these options will lead you to the MyPay login screen. There are two ways to login.
If you are an active employee, you can use your current EAC login credentials that you use to login to your computer and email with. If this is the first time logging into MyPay, you will be required to set your password that is associated with the alternate Employee ID username.
Your username is your Employee ID. If this is the first time logging into MyPay, your initial password will be the last eight digits of your SSN. You will then be required to change your password. Follow the directions on the Change Password page regarding the minimum requirements for your new password.
What's available in the MyPay Portal?
Initially, you will be able to view all your payroll stubs dating back to the first pay period of 2006. Also, your Vacation/Sick Information for the current Fiscal year is viewable.
Which web browsers are supported when accessing MyPay Portal?
Like our other web applications, Internet Explorer 9.x and higher are the only web browsers we ensure compatibility with.
The MyPay portal won't let me in. How come?
Some possible causes could be:
Invalid username and/or password.
You're a new hire and your contract hasn't been entered into the system yet.
More than a year has passed since your last day of employment.
Who do I call if my username and password doesn't work or I've forgotten one or both of them?
The payroll clerk in the EAC Fiscal department should be able to help you with resetting your password associated with your Employee ID username. Contact Computer Services if you need any help with your EAC login credentials that you use to login to your computer and email. Realize that if it's been more than one year since your last day of employment at EAC, you'll need to visit the Fiscal department in person to receive past payroll information.
When is the MyPay Portal accessible?
Normally, MyPay is available every day of the week. On the first Saturday of the month, the MyPay portal may not be available until noon. Computer Services reserves the right to shorten or extend the hours of accessibility based on other factors.
When I log into the MyPay Portal, it sends me to a page to change my password. What's going on?
If this is your first time logging into the portal, you are required to change your password. Follow the directions on the Change Password page regarding the minimum requirements for your password. This will only set the password associated with your Employee ID username.
I just got hired. How soon can I get into the MyPay Portal?
As soon as your employment contract is entered into the system by Fiscal, you will be able to start using MyPay.
My last day was over a year ago. How do I get a past pay stub since MyPay won't let me in anymore?
The MyPay Portal is only accessible for a year after your last day at EAC. After that year, you will need to contact the EAC Fiscal department directly to receive past payroll information.