Eligible full-time WSU employees can purchase CORETECH computers, tablets and accessories through payroll deduct. Employees can purchase eligible items from CORETECH with an initial payment and spread the balance over 6 or 12 months.
Must be a current full time (FTE) WSU employee.
Term employees must have six months remaining in their term.
Must have valid CougarCard and WSU ID.
Must not have any outstanding past due debt owed to WSU.
Any iOS, iMac or Notebook of $350 or more can be purchased through payroll deduction.
Other items may be added to the initial $350 purchase price at the time of transaction, regardless of cost, up to a maximum of $2,500.
Non-eligible items include sale items, service fees, labor charges or parts for computer repair.
General Terms and Conditions
Program applies to in-store purchases only.
Payroll deduction can be spread between 12 or 24 pay periods.
New payroll deductions processed will incur a $20 set-up fee to be paid at the time of purchase.
An initial payment of at least 10 percent of the total purchase price must be paid at the time of purchase.
All devices and accessories are subject to Washington sales tax.
Upon purchase, payroll deduction will begin in the next available pay period.
No returns or exchanges on products purchased via payroll deduction.
Employees must sign a CORETECH Payroll Deduction Purchase Agreement and Authorization Form to use this service.
It is the employee's responsibility to stop deductions after the balance is paid in full.
Payroll deduction may be used by Washington State University employees only. Employee family members are not eligible for payroll deduction.
A WSU employee may only have one payroll deduction with CORETECH at any time. Any current CORETECH payroll deductions must be paid in full before a subsequent CORETECH payroll deduction may begin.
Payroll deductions must be completely paid by the end of the deduction period. If a balance is due upon separation from WSU for any reason, the employee must notify CORETECH. If a balance still remains, the employee must pay the remaining balance immediately.
Once internal collection efforts have failed, unpaid payroll deduction balances will be sent to an outside collection agency. Collection fees of up to 50 percent will be assessed on the unpaid balance of an account, in accordance with the Washington State Legislature Revised Code of Washington (See RCW19.16.500). Account holders may also be held responsible for additional court costs and attorney’s fees if legal action is deemed necessary.
Payroll deductions can be paid off early at the WSU Cashiers’ Office with cash or check. Reference invoice numbers for the CORETECH deduction.
CORETECH reserves the right to deny any payroll deduction.