USPS Process Guide –
Chapter 9: Deductions –
H0ZUC, HNYU8 – College Tuition/Savings Plan (59)
A contract with the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan (formerly the Texas Tomorrow Fund) or an enrollment form for the College Savings Plan or the Texas Tuition Promise Fund.
Note: The Texas Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Program offers several college savings plan options.
For more information, see Texas Payroll/Personnel Resource, Texas Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Program.
Note: Each child enrolled in the Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plan has an account number, so an employee with more than one contract can have more than one prepaid tuition deduction. For the College Savings Plan or the Texas Tuition Promise Fund, multiple accounts can be set up for an employee with multiple beneficiaries. Each beneficiary will have an individual account number.
|1||Access H0ZUC and follow steps 2-6, or access HNYU8 directly and follow steps 4-6.|
Enter I in the
– OR –
Enter R in the
– OR –
Enter D in the
Note: An HNY entry can be deleted only if the following criteria are met:
|3||Press Enter. This automatically links to HNYU8.|
|4||Enter I, R, or D in the
|5||Enter the following fields as required:
Press Enter to process the transaction.
Note: If linked, after pressing Enter, the system automatically returns to H0ZUC. Press Enter again to complete the process.
Note: Deduction 59 is a post tax voluntary deduction. If an employee has college tuition and a savings plan in combination, the deduction will only occur when adequate net pay is available to cover the entire deduction. Deduction payments are produced in a warrant format and mailed by the agency.