Payroll Office Overview

Payroll Office

Payroll Office

The Payroll Office is responsible for timely and accurate processing of the College’s staff, faculty, and student payrolls, monitoring and reporting payroll taxes and other deductions, assuring compliance with IRS regulations, and issuing annual Wage & Tax Statements. Services provided include direct deposit of pay, additional Federal or State withholding, and employment verification.

The Payroll Office is located on the main floor of Tomson Hall Rm 132.

Amanda Weber  |  507-786-3299  |


The IRS has announced in the last few weeks and months, there has been a significant increase in IRS texting scams aimed at stealing personal and financial information. So far in 2022, the IRS has identified thousands of fraudulent domain names for MMS/SMS/text scams (known as smishing). These scam text messages often look like they come from the IRS, offering lures like fake COVID relief, tax credits or help setting up an IRS online account. As a reminder, the IRS does NOT send emails or text messages asking for personal or financial information. Recipients of these IRS-related scams can report them to


There is an “IRS-impersonation” scam that is targeting individuals associated with educational institutions, specifically students and staff who have an “.edu” email address. The phishing emails seemingly come from “”, display an impressive, yet fake IRS logo and use various subject lines, such as “Tax Refund Payment” or “Recalculation of your tax refund payment.” The email directs the individual to click on a link and submit personal information to claim their tax refund.  Individuals who receive this scam email should NOT click on any link in the email.

The IRS asks that individuals who receive such an email to please send it to them.  For security reasons, they should not forward the email, rather they should save the email using “save as” and then send that as an attachment to or forward the email as an attachment to

As a reminder, the IRS will NOT initiate email contact with a taxpayer without consent.  The 2020 tax return is the first year that the IRS has included the option for the taxpayer to insert an email address. IF the taxpayer inserts an email address, the IRS may choose to send an email; however, any email from the IRS will NOT include links to claim a refund or ask for any secure information such as social security number, date of birth or bank account information.