Where can I get my 2018 W-2?

NSHE has contracted with Advanced Data Processing (ADP) to process W-2 statements for 2017 and 2018. ADP is one of the leading payroll processing companies in the U.S. and was chosen for its exceptional reputation and its commitment to provide first-rate service and security to its customers.

All NSHE recipients—including current, former, and retired employees—will receive printed W-2s in the mail and will also have access to view and download digital copies online. To access your W-2 online, register for a free account using the NSHE-specific information and instructions on the back of this page. There is also a step-by-step instructional guide available here.

We hope you find this new system straightforward and efficient. If you run into a problem setting up your account or accessing your W-2s, please contact the Workday@NSHE Service Desk by visiting this page.

Note: ADP is hosting W-2s for 2017 and 2018. W-2s for previous years will continue to be available on NSHE’s online ESS legacy system or by contacting your payroll office.

How to Register for an ADP W-2 Services Account

Registration is a one-time process. Once completed, you will only need your user ID (assigned by the system) and password to login to your ADP W-2 Services account to view and print your statement.

Estimated time to complete registration process: 5-8 minutes

  1. Go to https://my.adp.com
  2. Click Register Now
  3. Enter NSHE’s registration code: nve1-online
  4. Enter your name and select W-2 Services as the Service
  5. You will then be asked for the following information
    • Your Social Security Number (example: ‘123456789’; do not include dashes)
    • Your Employee ID (example: ‘123456’; do not enter any leading zeros. If you don’t have your Employee ID, please contact your HR department)
    • NSHE’s Company Code: R3A
    • Your ZIP Code on file with NSHE (For addresses outside the U.S., enter five zeros ‘00000’)
    • Tax year: 2018
  6. Complete the authentication process, which will ask you a series of questions to verify your identity
  7. Enter the system-provided username and create a password for your account
  8. The system will then assign you a user ID that you will use with your password to login in the future