HR Forms

ADA Amendments Act Accommodations Forms

If you are a University employee seeking reasonable accommodations in order to perform the essential functions of your position, please review and complete the forms above and return them to the office of Human Resources. For any questions regarding the accommodation process, you may call HR at 972-721-5255. 

If you are a University student seeking reasonable accommodations for instructional purposes, you must contact the Coordinator of Disability Services, Dr. Jeff Taylor, at 972-721-5385. 

Approval Request Forms to Hire Faculty, Staff or Students

Faculty or Staff
  • The Request for Approval to Search/Hire (RASH) form is now an online form. Please login to Self Service (Banner Web) to complete the form. 
  • Employee Action Form (EAF)
Students

Employee Benefits Forms

Employment Forms

Payroll Forms

Additional Forms & Resources

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