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Breakdown of Eligible Non-compensatory Payments
A non-compensatory payment is a payment Duke University makes to Duke students or post doctoral scholars who are receiving payments for scholarships, fellowships, summer internships, or post-doctoral study for which there is no work requirement and Duke receives no benefit from the activities performed. These types of payments are permissible for Duke University (including School of Medicine departments) in company code 0010 only.
Generally, financial aid and grants with the appropriate levels of approval are the permissible funding sources. Departmental funds and discretionary funds should not be the primary funding sources for non-compensatory payments. Funding sources 151-XXXX and 303-XXXX are not permissible for non-compensatory payments.
When submitting a payment request to be funded on a 3X1-XXXX or 4XX-XXXX cost object, additional support documentation should be attached to the request form. The support documentation should be an award letter or other communication that indicates proper approval for use of the code and a description of what activities will be required for the recipient to be eligible for the payment. For postdoc scholars receiving a stipend augmentation, the Verification for Additional Stipend Augmentation serves as support documentation.
Award payments to Duke undergraduate students to assist with education requirements. The payments issued through the non-compensatory payment system do not represent payments for work requirements or services performed.
Scholarship Service Types/Service Categories
(Wage Type 4000)
Award payments to Duke graduate students to assist with education and research requirements. The payments issued through the non-compensatory payment system do not represent payments for work requirements or services performed.
Fellowship Service Types/Service Categories
(Wage Type 4001)
Postdoctoral Scholar Payments
Payments to fund independent research at Duke University for postgraduate training. The payments issued through the non-compensatory payment system do not represent payments for work requirements or services performed. More information about Duke University’s policy for postdoctoral scholars is available through the Office of Postdoctoral Services.
Postdoctoral Payments Service Types/Service Categories
(Wage Type 4002)
- 635X and 636X
(Wage Type 4012)
- 6352 and 6362
Educational Enrichment Opportunities
Payments for enrichment programs sponsored during the summer months for Duke and non-Duke students who participate for the educational experience. Payments of this type must be preapproved by Corporate Payroll Services prior to program launch. Allow 60 days for approval. Only programs that have no work requirements may be processed through the non-compensatory payment system. All other payments must be processed through the regular monthly or biweekly payrolls.
Summer Internship Payments Service Types/Service Categories with no work requirement
(Wage Type 4003)