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New Hire - Faculty

Welcome to the University of North Georgia family! As a new faculty member you bring your expertise and skills to enhance our student learning.

Below you will find an onboarding checklist and we also invite you to check out the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership (CTLL) to find out what they have to offer. They will also be hosting your faculty orientation.

 

Onboarding

To help you make the most of your time and have the best onboarding experience, please complete the following checklist.

(If you wish to print out the checklist, click the "Expand All" button and print the page.)

Employee Checklist
Before your first day
  • Accept Offer Letter, Complete all onboarding documents, including Background Check, etc., on HireTouch.
  • Communicate with your department's point-of-contact and make sure you understand:
    • Start date, what time to arrive and working hours
    • Dress-code expectations
    • Where to park and where to report
    • What to bring on your first day
    • Supervisor/departmental contact information
  • Prepare necessary documents to complete I-9 form (list of acceptable documents), and to sign up for benefits (additional information).
  • Explore https://ung.edu
First day
  • Visit the HR (Human Resources) office to complete HR paperwork and I-9 verification forms.
  • Verify email and network password (helpdesk@ung.edu). (Please note: Your email account will only be available if you come to the Human Resources Office and finalize your new hire paperwork prior to your start date).
  • Obtain your UNG ID at the card office and parking pass at the parking services office.
  • Sign up for campus alerts through Banner.
  • If applicable, obtain your work uniform, materials, and other departmental property for your new role.
First 30 Days

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