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Congratulations on joining The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Direct Hire Temporary employee.

Below are some resources that you may find helpful as you begin your time here at Carolina.

  Direct-Hire Temporary Employee Training

We’re invested in your success so we have created this quick orientation program for you to complete. It should take you approximately 20 minutes. Log in with your UNC Onyen and password.

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  Campus Resources & Policies

At Carolina, there are lots of resources both on and off-campus to support you. From Diversity & Inclusion, to Public Safety, to the Information and Technology Services (ITS), we’re here to support you.

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The Transportation & Parking office is an essential part of UNC-Chapel Hill and is responsible for coordinating all traffic, parking, and transportation around UNC’s campus.

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  Busses & Transit Options

There are many different transit systems serving UNC. Chapel Hill Transit is fare-free in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, and Park & Ride lots make it easy to catch the bus for work or class.

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  Timekeeping (TIM) 

The Time Information Management System (TIM) is UNC’s official time capturing system utilized to track SHRA employee hours for accurate calculation of payment as well as to track leave for accurate reporting records.

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  Mandatory Training

As a general rule, under the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), personally identifiable information may not be released from a student’s education records without his or her prior written consent.

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Learning how to get around a new place, especially one as big as Carolina, can be confusing! Luckily, we’ve got plenty of maps to help you find your way around. Use our interactive maps to find services, bus stops, and more.

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  UNC-Chapel Hill History & Traditions

When was the nation’s first public university founded? What exactly is a “Tar Heel”? When is University Day? Learn all of that and more from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill website.

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