Benefits Eligibility

Benefits Eligibility


If your employment status is: You are eligible for these benefits:
Full-time Staff, Regular or Affiliate Faculty Group insurance programs: medical, dental, prescription drug, life, accidental death and dismemberment, long-term disability; retirement plan; flexible spending accounts; tuition waiver for employee and family members; worker's compensation and paid and unpaid leave
Staff Member working 30-39 hours a week Group insurance programs: medical, dental, prescription drug, life, accidental death and dismemberment, long-term disability; retirement plan; flexible spending accounts; tuition waiver for employee only; worker's compensation and pro-rated leave programs
Staff Member working 19-29 hours a week Retirement plan, worker's compensation and prorated leave programs
 Staff Member working less than 19 hours a week Worker's compensation
Retiree (minimum age 55 with 10 years of service, and AGE + YEARS OF SERVICE = at least 75) Group health insurance program up to age 65; Medicare Advantage and supplemental insurance exchange for retirees age 65 and older

 

 

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