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  • Employee Services | Human Resources | San Jose State University
    Employee Discounts Faculty Affairs MPP Toolkit New Employees Performance Management Retirees Spartans Stepping Beyond Staff Fee Waiver Student Employees Student Health Center Students Discrimination Harassment Complaints Health Safety Student Forms Student Policies Job Opportunities Resources Student Employees Your Student Rights Forms Policies All Forms Forms by Category Policies and Guidelines Resources Help Benefits Employee Services Job Applicants Leave Programs Payroll Position Management SJSU Home Human Resources Employee Services Employee Services Employee Services MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter RSS Navigate BACK to Employee Services Employee Services Help FAQs Who do I talk to about Staff Faculty and or Student Appointments new hires The timesheet to enter my hours does not show up on PeopleSoft Is there something wrong with my status I would like to get some information from my personnel file How do I do this My documents to fill out a Form I 9 are expired Can you still process my paperwork I have changed my address in PeopleSoft Do I need to do anything else I changed my primary name legal name What do I need to do in order to change it with the University system SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current

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  • Job Applicants | Human Resources | San Jose State University
    Search for job postings using keywords or by the timeframe it was posted by using the Basic Job Search tool You can also utilize the Find command Control F on your computer to search for specific words Narrow your search by filtering career opportunities by type Management or Staff Make sure attachments are in Word or PDF format File names may not be longer than 20 characters in length and may only consist of the letters A to Z and the numbers 0 to 9 No special characters may be included in the file name If you are unable to upload a file or have received an error message check the file format and name for conformity Keep your email address and phone number up to date so that you can be contacted for interview opportunities You may view or change your contact information by going to My Career Tools then My Profile Confirm and keep track of the jobs you have applied to using My Career Tools Review your application carefully before submitting Once it is submitted you will be able to update attachments but not the body of the application Do not apply to the same job twice This causes confusion and does not increase your chances for consideration Check back often for new job openings The most recent career opportunities will appear at the top of the list listed by date in ascending order FAQs Am I an internal or external applicant Can I submit my resume to be matched with a job Can I turn in my resume and application to your department I don t have access to a computer how can I complete an application I m a student employee at SJSU but can t apply as an internal candidate Is there a problem

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  • Leave Programs | Human Resources | San Jose State University
    Policies All Forms Forms by Category Policies and Guidelines Resources Help Benefits Employee Services Job Applicants Leave Programs Payroll Position Management SJSU Home Human Resources Benefits Leave Programs Leave Programs Leave Programs MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter RSS Navigate BACK to Leave Programs Leave Programs Help FAQs General Leave Information What leave programs am I eligible for When should I apply for a leave of absence How do I apply for a medical leave of absence Am I still be eligible for benefits while on a leave of absence Will I earn state service while on a leave of absence Is my job protected while I am on leave What should I do with any doctor s notes or forms signed by my physician Can I change my return to work date once I ve started my medical leave How do I return from leave What if my doctor gives me temporary work restrictions What if I need to take leave intermittently Can I take leave during my probationary period Do I still need to pay for my parking pass while on an extended leave of absence Absence Management How do I report my medical leave time in Absence Management while I am on leave Can I use vacation credits if I am on a medical leave of absence How will I get my paycheck while I am on a medical leave Do I continue to accrue sick and vacation credit while on a leave of absence Medical Leave Programs Am I Eligible for Family Medical Leave Can I use the State Disability Insurance SDI program Am I eligible for the California Paid Family Leave PFL What is NDI and when can I use it How do I become eligible for Industrial Disability Leave What is the

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  • Payroll | Human Resources | San Jose State University
    Forms Student Policies Job Opportunities Resources Student Employees Your Student Rights Forms Policies All Forms Forms by Category Policies and Guidelines Resources Help Benefits Employee Services Job Applicants Leave Programs Payroll Position Management SJSU Home Human Resources Payroll Payroll Payroll MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter RSS Navigate BACK to Payroll Payroll Help FAQs What do I do if I didn t receive my paycheck Can I have my paycheck early What do I do if I lost my paycheck Can I have a salary advance When are W 2s issued I ve lost or didn t receive my W 2 What do I do Who do I submit my address change to and when is the deadline in order to receive my W 2 at my new address How do I earn vacation credit Do I lose my vacation if I do not use it in the current calendar year I have questions about my leave balances Whom should I contact What is Direct Deposit What are some of the reasons for enrolling in direct deposit Who is eligible for direct deposit What financial institutions participate in the state s direct deposit program How do I sign up for direct deposit What is the bank routing number and account number requested on the enrollment authorization form What happens after I submit the enrollment form After the State Controller s Office receives my form how long will it take for the change to occur How will I know if the state has sent my paycheck to my financial institution Can I have my paychecks deposited to either my checking or savings accounts Can I have my paychecks deposited directly to my spouse s account Quick Steps View My Compensation Tutorials Absence Take Overview Approve View and Enter Absences

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  • Discover SJSU | San Jose State University
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  • Facilities | About SJSU | San Jose State University
    SJSU Talent Connect Visit SJSU SJSU Home About SJSU Facts and Figures Facilities Facilities MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter RSS Navigate BACK to Facts and Figures Facilities Main campus More than 50 major buildings 23 academic buildings seven residence halls on 19 city blocks in downtown San Jose Main entrance is at Fourth and San Carlos Streets South campus Located 1 5 miles from the main campus the 62 acre facility includes the Spartan Stadium and athletic fields Airport campus General and commercial aviation management and operations instructional facilities on five acres at San Jose International Airport Library City university library is first in the nation to be funded managed and operated by a city and a major university Visit King Library s website Special facilities Art Metal Foundry Chicano Resource Center Ira F Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies Martha H Cox Center for Steinbeck Research Accessible Education Center Instructional facilities at San Jose International Airport Moss Landing Marine Labs Natalie James Thompson Art Gallery Nuclear Science Facility Phyllis Forward Simpkins International House Campus improvement projects Dr Martin Luther King Jr Library 177 5 million collaborative project between the city of San Jose and SJSU An eight story library at the corner of Fourth and San Fernando Streets State city and private funds Opened August 2003 Business Classroom Project 16 million renovation of the building including telecommunications State and private funds Completed spring 2000 Heritage Gateways 1 5 million installation of eight gateways around the perimeter of the campus Privately funded Dedicated fall 1999 Child Care Center Located at Eighth and William Streets Funded by Associated Students Opened summer 2000 Housing Complex Campus Village Consisting of three buildings with the tallest a 15 story high rise the residential complex can house up to 3 000 students Opened

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  • SJSU Presidents | About SJSU | San Jose State University
    degree at Drake University After teaching at the Normal School for a year he earned a master s degree from Indiana University Following McNaughton s lead Dailey established the first summer session In addition he advocated the high school graduation standard for admission and reformed faculty employment policy allowing more permanent faculty employment and opportunities for advanced study Lewis Ben Wilson Acting President 1919 1920 Lewis Ben Wilson had served as vice president during the Dailey administration and during the 1906 earthquake crisis The Pennsylvania born president graduated from the Normal School but had no college degrees although he studied at Stanford and the University of California William Webb Kemp President 1920 1923 Born in Placerville California and educated at Stanford University Kemp was the first Californian to serve as president During his administration the Normal School implemented the A B degree obtained accreditation for its junior college course from the University of California and established a student bookstore Kemp improved the training schools and summer sessions and introduced a number of new courses into the regular college curriculum Alexander Richard Heron Acting President July September 1923 Canadian born Alexander Richard Heron received a B S degree from Southwestern University in Los Angeles During his brief stint summer enrollment reached a record high of 620 Later during WWII he was appointed colonel and served as head of the civilian branch of the army s supply services in Washington D C Edwin Reagan Snyder President 1923 1925 Born in Pennsylvania in 1872 Edwin Reagan Snyder grew up on his father s farm before attending Colorado State Normal School at Greeley He worked as principal at a few schools in Colorado before moving to California in 1900 Snyder received a bachelor s degree from Stanford University and continued there as a special lecturer and with graduate studies He held several positions in Fresno and Santa Barbara schools before accepting the presidency at San José State Teachers College Snyder was an educational visionary who saw beyond the college s immediate needs and challenged the state s accepted educational concepts He died unexpectedly in January 1925 Herman F Minssen Acting President 1925 1927 Herman F Minssen graduated from De Kalb State Teachers College prior to coming to California His excellent reputation as vice president made him the obvious candidate for president after Snyder s untimely death During Minssen s term as acting president the state Board of Education authorized the college to grant bachelor s degrees in four new education fields art home making industrial arts and music Thomas William Macquarrie President 1927 1952 Thomas William Macquarrie s most significant contributions were the expansion of the physical plant and the curriculum Many buildings were constructed and acquired including the women s gymnasium education building men s gymnasium the stadium science building library building Memorial Chapel and the old city library was converted into the first student union At the time of his retirement the music and engineering buildings were under construction and contracts for the speech and drama buildings were finalized He combined the junior college and teachers college courses to offer more types of degrees In addition he initiated a student teaching program and abolished the training school Born in Ontario in 1879 he and his family moved to Wisconsin where he attended the State Normal School in Superior During World War I he served with the rank of major in France After the war he earned his bachelor s master s and doctoral degrees from Stanford University and taught at the University of Southern California before becoming president of San José State Teachers College John T Wahlquist President 1952 1964 Born in Utah in 1899 John T Wahlquist completed high school at Brigham Young University s preparatory school and earned his bachelor s degree secondary teaching credential school administrative credential and M S in educational administration at the University of Utah and a Ph D from the University of Cincinnati in 1930 Wahlquist established general education course requirements promoted graduate programs and established summer institutes community business workshops and federally sponsored endeavors namely the Peace Corps training program a ten week specialized course that brought students from around the country Robert D Clark President 1964 1969 Robert D Clark was the first president screened and nominated by a representative faculty group Born in Nebraska in 1910 he taught at Pasadena College after graduation while working on his master s and doctoral degrees at the University of Southern California Clark envisioned his task as one of continuously improving the quality of the institution and making it more responsive to the intellectual needs and aspirations of the student body Gilbert and Burdick 171 Despite the unrest and violence of the 1960s Clark contributed much to the curriculum and set an example for mutual cooperation and community relations Hobert W Burns Acting President 1969 1970 Hobert W Burns was born in Los Angeles in 1925 and attended various schools in San Francisco While serving in the Coast Guard he perfected various clerical skills and performed on the base athletic teams winning several boxing titles After leaving the service he engaged in radio and newspaper work until he was recruited for basketball by Stanford University where he earned all of his degrees but never played sports Burns taught at Rutgers University Syracuse University and Hofstra University before coming to San José State With the Vietnam War as a backdrop he fought for university status for SJSC and confronted registration problems John H Bunzel President 1970 1978 Born in New York City in 1924 John H Bunzel entered Princeton University in 1942 and enlisted in the Army at age 19 He returned to Princeton after serving three years and graduated magna cum laude in 1948 He later earned an M A from Columbia University and a Ph D from UC Berkeley Bunzel taught at San Francisco State College Michigan State University in East Lansing and Stanford University before coming to San José State College During his administration

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  • Distinguished Alumni | About SJSU | San Jose State University
    Pence National Science Teachers Association Outstanding Biology Teacher Margaret Shallenberger McNaught 1880 first state commissioner of elementary schools first woman to teach in the School of Education at Stanford University 1891 Henry Zuzallo 1895 former president of the University of Washington Journalism Valerie Coleman Morris former anchor for CNN Financial News Eric Grigorian photojournalism recipient of the 2002 World Press Photo of the Year Award David Willman 1978 B A in Journalism Los Angeles Times reporter who won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting Literature Lorna Dee Cervantes poet and author of Drive The First Quartet and other poetry collections and numerous anthologized poems James D Houston author of Farewell to Manzanar Continental Drift Snow Mountain Passage and others Lurie Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at SJSU in Spring 2006 Jayne Ann Krentz Master s in Library Science author also writes under Amanda Quick Jayne Castle and others Edwin Markham 1872 poet 1852 1940 Sandra McPherson poet Amy Tan 1972 B A English and Linguistics novelist author of The Joy Luck Club The Bonesetter s Daughter The Opposite of Fate and others Olympic Medalists Kevin Asano judo 1988 silver Chuck Adkins boxing 1952 gold Bob Berland judo 1984 silver John Carlos track and field 200 meters 1968 bronze Jim Doehring track and field shotput 1992 silver Lee Evans track and field 4x400 meters 400 meters 1968 two gold medals Steve Hamann water polo 1984 silver Mitch Ivey swimming silver in 1968 and bronze in 1972 Marti Malloy judo 2012 bronze John Powell track and field discus bronze in 1976 and 1984 Ronnie Ray Smith track and field 4x100 meters 1968 gold Tommie Smith track and field 200 meters 1968 gold Willie Steele track and field broad jump 1948 gold Jill Sudduth synchronized swimming 1996 gold Mike Swain judo 1988 bronze Lynn Vidali swimming silver in 1968 and bronze in 1972 Politics and Law Enforcement Ralph Abascal founding director of the Center on Race Poverty the Environment and the 1995 recipient of the Thurgood Marshall Award James T Beall Jr BA in Political Science California Assemblyman San José City Council 1980 1994 Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors District 4 1994 2006 Lee P Brown 1964 Masters in Sociology former mayor of Houston professor law enforcement Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell of Colorado the first Native American to serve in the U S Senate Albert E Carter 1903 former U S congressman Oakland Cindy Chavez San José City councilmember District 3 Judy Chirco San José City councilmember District 9 Mike Deaver influential member of Ronald Reagan s staff in California and the White House Robert C Doerr former mayor of San José mayor during SJSC s Centennial year 1957 Robert Foster BA public administration president of Southern California Edison CSU Trustee 1997 2006 elected mayor of Long Beach in 2006 Leslie C Francis 1965 BA in Social Science and 1966 Secondary Teaching Credential Democratic political consultant Served in the Carter administration Congressman Mike Honda 1968 BA Biological Sciences and Spanish

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