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Payee Setup 204 Form Helper

See the UCSC Payments and Reimbursements resource for more information about processing.
University Affiliation of Payee

Establish a New Payee with UCSC or Update an Existing Payee
Payee Setup 204 Individual/Sole Proprietor
  • The Payee Setup 204 form is required to be on file for any individual intending to receive payment from the University.
  • The 204 form also includes the optional Vendor Electronic Funds Authorization (VEFA) form on page 2 to establish electronic payments (direct deposit).
    • Important: Filling out the VEFA as part of the 204 form negates the need for a stand-alone VEFA form below.

Establish Electronic Payments for an Existing Payee
Vendor Electronic Funds Authorization
  • The Vendor Electronic Funds Authorization (VEFA) form authorizes the University to make payments to individuals electronically.
  • Alternately, the VEFA is included as part of the Payee Setup 204 form above, and can be completed at that time instead.
  • Important: The stand-alone VEFA form below is used to add or update direct deposit information and should only be completed if there is already a Payee Setup 204 form on file.

Establish a New Payee with UCSC or Update an Existing Payee
Payee Setup 204 Individual/Sole Proprietor

Payee Setup 204 Business/Other
  • The Payee Setup 204 form is required to be on file for any individual or business intending to receive payment from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
  • The 204 form also includes the optional Vendor Electronic Funds Authorization (VEFA) form on page 2 to establish electronic payments (direct deposit).
    • Important: Filling out the VEFA as part of the 204 form negates the need for a stand-alone VEFA form below.

Establish Electronic Payments for an Existing Payee
Vendor Electronic Funds Authorization
  • The Vendor Electronic Funds Authorization (VEFA) form authorizes the University of California, Santa Cruz, to make payments to a business or individual electronically.
  • Alternately, the VEFA is included as part of the Payee Setup 204 form above, and can be completed at that time instead.
  • Important: The stand-alone VEFA form below is used to add or update direct deposit information and should only be completed if there is already a Payee Setup 204 form on file.

Non-UCSC Submit Information
Step 1: Signer Information Step 2: Email Notification and Access Step 3: Filling, Signing and Submitting Step 4: What to expect when finished
  • The form will automatically be routed to the appropriate Financial Affairs office.
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