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The University provides an on-line system which can be accessed 24 hours a day 7 days a week, enabling a third party to verify your employment or employment and wages, at any time of the day and any day of the week.
To keep the system secure, you are required to authorize the third party to receive your information. You can do so through NESSIE. Active employees must use this approach for all employment verifications. Please read through the Frequently Asked Questions to understand how this process works for ACTIVE Employees.
If you need assistance with the on-line system, Civil Service, Graduate Students, Residents, and Academic Professionals should contact the Information Employment Center at (312) 413-4848. Faculty should contact Faculty Affairs HR at (312) 355-2412.
You will need to create a Vender Access Number (VAN) for access by third-party, such as a mortgage company:
Please Note: You will need to give the vendor your Social Security Number and the VAN you have just created. The vendor will also need this web address to view your information: https://hrnet.uihr.uillinois.edu/tiger/verification/index.cfm
If you terminate from the University, you will no longer be able to use the on-line system and instead must fax a request.
Former Civil Service, Graduate Students, Residents, and Academic Professionals should fax their request to (312)996-1803.
Former Faculty should fax their request to (312) 996-1700. The fax request must include the employee's approval to release the information. The fax request is only available to terminated employees.
Current Employees: Employee Verification System on NESSIE
Former Faculty Employees: Fax Request with Employee's signature to (312) 996-1700
All other Former Employees: Fax Request with Employee's signature to (312) 996-1803
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