Listed below are steps for new adjunct faculty at Cabrini College, with PDF forms to be reviewed, completed, and submitted.
All forms, resumes, and transcripts must be received before a contract will be mailed.
Before a contract will be issued, graduate adjunct faculty must sign, date, and return the confirmation letter to Cabrini College Graduate Studies, 610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA 19087 or fax to 610-902-8522.
Until the complete packet of forms is received, you won’t have access to CabriniOne to view pay stubs, send email, review class lists, or enter grades. Therefore, it is imperative to submit all required documents in a timely fashion.
Step 1: Welcome to Cabrini College. Please read the Adjunct Welcome Letter for important information about your employment at Cabrini College.
Step 2: Complete the New Adjunct Faculty Information Form.
Step 3: Fill out section 1 of the I‑9 form, sign, and date. The date signed must be the same as start date.
To verify employment eligibility, you must include a copy of acceptable documents found on page 3 of the I‑9 form. The Human Resources Office will complete section 2.
Step 4: Complete sections 1‑7 of the W-4 form. Then, sign and date. Complete sections 3 and 5; otherwise your exemption status will default to single and zero.
If you have any questions regarding exemptions, please contact the Payroll Department.
Step 5: Read the Instructions for the Radnor Township Local Services Tax Exemption Certificate.
The Radnor “Local Services Tax” is a biweekly deduction of $2 to equal an annual amount of $52, with a low‑income exemption.
Any individual who earns less than $12,000 in a calendar year will not be subject to the tax. Part‑time employees who are paying the Local Services Tax at their primary place of employment may also claim exemption.
Radnor Tax Exemption - PDF
Send the completed certificate and supporting documents, to:
Send a copy of the certificate and supporting documents to:
Complete the Certificate of Residency tax form for your local Earned-Income Tax.
Residency Certification - PDF
Step 6: Authorize direct deposit, which is mandatory for all Cabrini College employees.
To deposit full net pay into one account, complete section 1 only. To split pay into several accounts, complete sections 2‑4 accordingly.
Step 7: Complete the entire employment application, sign, and date. A copy of your resume may be attached in order to show employment history.
Step 8: Complete the Employment Inquiry Release Form, in connection with the application for employment at Cabrini College.
Note: In compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you are entitled to a copy of the consumer report received by Cabrini. Initial on the form if you would like a copy mailed to you.
Step 9: All employees are eligilble for benefits provided under the worker’s compensation law. Read, sign, and date the Acknowlegment Notice that explains your rights.
Step 10: The Worker’s Compensation Panel Physician List is a list of physicans that Cabrini has contracted through our Worker's Compensation Carrier, Eastern Alliance.
Step 11: Review Health Insurance Marketplace Notice
The health care reform law created a new type of online marketplace for purchasing health insurance coverage.
The marketplace is referred to as a Health Insurance Marketplace or an Exchange. This notice will help you understand the health insurance coverage options that are available.
Step 12: When all of your paperwork is complete and you are set up within our administrative system, you may access your Cabrini email, domain accounts, and CabriniOne.
Within 48 hours of your new hire orientation, you will be able to retrieve your username and password to access your personal information via Cabrini’s intranet: CabriniOne.
You will receive a user ID, email address, and instructions to set up your password.
You now have access to CabriniOne, available at https://one.cabrini.edu.
You can view or update your personal information or view your pay stubs and benefit information by clicking on either “Personal Information” or “Employee Services.”