Human Resources

Welcome to the Office of Human Resources at Willamette University!

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Workday is your place to track time worked, request time off, update personal information, and much more. For additional information about Workday, see the training resources website. Human Resources and Payroll are here to assist you with Workday - don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

To request Workday access for a volunteer, please fill out this form and Elizabeth Martineau will work with you to provide access.

March 22-April 14




  • EMPLOYEE discount, meaning items are marked with Employee Pricing (40 – 50% off regular retail pricing)
  • All of the latest product from the Columbia Sportswear Company family (SOREL, Mountain Hardwear, prAna, and of course Columbia Sportswear) 


  • The attached invite (printed or shown on mobile phone)
  • Work /organization ID (business card, badge, pay-stub, signature of work email, uniform, membership card etc.)
  • Personal photo ID
  • This invite is valid for you + 4 guests (you must be present)
  • This invite grants store access only (offer not valid online)

Thursday, March 28

9:00 AM and 12:00 PM (PST)

The dream of owning your home is attainable if you get your finances in order and learn as much as you can about the process. In this class, we’ll help you get started by walking through the different mortgage loans available, reviewing what lenders look for in a borrower, and what costs you can expect during the process. We’ll also talk about how to make sure you can afford your house so that you can enjoy it for years to come!

Tuesday, April 9

9:00 AM and 12:00 PM (PST)

Credit scores influence personal finances in more ways than most people realize. Whether it’s your auto insurance premium or the interest rate on your mortgage, you want your credit score to be deemed “excellent”. We’ll discuss the criteria that determines a credit score, as well as how to establish new credit, how to recover from credit challenges, and best practices for maintaining an excellent credit score.

Thursday, April 25

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PDT

Your credit score is determined by the information in your credit reports, so if you want to build and maintain a great credit score, you have to pay attention to what’s in your credit reports. The more and more you use credit, the more important it becomes to check them since errors and discrepancies are common.  In this class, you will learn how your personal and financial data is organized within your credit reports and how to fix any inaccuracies you discover.