In anticipation of UCLA’s transition to UCPath, At Your Service Online (AYSO) will become ‘read-only’ starting .
AYSO will be unavailable for self-service transactions due to the conversion to the UCPath Portal that will take place in early September. When logging into AYSO after August 30, you will only have access to view and download pay statements and W2’s, download employment verification, and view retirement information. You will also have the ability to update your beneficiary information, however all other functions, such as making changes or updates to your personal or payroll information, will be disabled.
Beginning , all UCLA employees will have access to the UCPath Portal. Once you have access, you will use the UCPath Portal to change or update your personal information, access your pay statements, and view your benefits. Instructions for accessing the UCPath Portal will be provided in the coming weeks.
Please note that you will continue to access AYSO for historical and retirement information after UCPath goes live. Pay statements (previous 18 months) and W2’s for earnings before the UCPath Portal launch will remain available in AYSO.
If you need to make changes to your personal or payroll information between you must contact the UCPath Center by calling (855) 982-7284 ( – , ) to speak with an associate. Additionally, employment verification will also remain available on AYSO, however, if the information you see is not up-to-date, you should contact the UCPath Center.
Retirees are not impacted by the transition to UCPath. Retirees will continue to have access to AYSO as they do today and will be able to update their address, withholdings, direct deposit, etc. without interruption.
There are a couple of things active employees can do to prepare for these changes:
If you haven’t already done so, log into AYSO and verify that your personal information is correct. The information in AYSO will be converted directly to UCPath.
Ensure that you have a Single Sign-On (SSO). You will use your SSO to log into the UCPath Portal. The UCLA Logon ID is the SSO for all UCLA employees. If you are a Health Systems employee, you can also log in with your Mednet ID after you have created your UCLA Logon ID. To create a UCLA Logon ID, visit the UCLA Identity and Accounts Manager.
SSO requires Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). If you haven’t done so already, be sure to enroll in MFA. Visit the IT Security Office MFA at UCLA website for more information.
For more information about UCPath and what you can do to prepare, please visit the UCLA UCPath website.
We regret any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding of the changes that are necessary to support a smooth transition to UCPath.
UCLA UCPath Team