2019 Benefits Summary

For detailed information about the benefits available to you, and how to enroll, view our Benefits Guide.

Benefits-at-a-Glance

The Benefits-at-a-Glance documents below provide a more top-line summary. For additional information about each individual benefit and associated coverage, review the relevant webpages. 

Healthcare Plans

EAP Programs

Legal Coverage

Prescription Benefits Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

Compliance Documents

The following accompany college employee benefits.

Workers' Compensation

Workers' compensation benefits are available to any employee who suffers disability through accident or occupational disease arising out of, and in the course of, his or her employment.

Retiree Medical

Employees hired before Oct. 1, 2016, who are age 60 or older and have at least 10 years of continuous full-time service, may retire with eligibility to participate in retiree medical coverage.

Special Enrollment Period

Some qualifying life events trigger a special enrollment period that lets you get or change your health coverage outside of open enrollment.

Domestic Partner Benefits

The college offers all of its regular, full-time employees domestic partner benefits under various benefit programs in accordance with the terms and conditions of such plans.

Travel Benefit

The Travel Assistance benefit is designed to provide medical help to employees who are traveling internationally or domestically.

Health Insurance Subsidy

Employees with an annual household income below $45,000 may qualify for a subsidy on their health insurance. Eligible employees must complete the adjusted health insurance premiums application (DOC) and submit it to Human Resources on an annual basis. The health subsidy form needs to be submitted by December 1, to be effective January 1.

The Fine Print

In the event of any conflict between the information presented in this site and the provisions of any legal plan document, the plan provisions as stated in the legal plan document will prevail.