Marshall Fire: We know that many of our students, faculty and staff have been affected by the Marshall Fire, and the University of Colorado will do everything we can to provide support. Please visit your campus page for immediate resources.
Want to avoid the worry of receiving important documents in the mail? You can now opt-in to receive your annual benefits notices through the portal. Ensure these documents are at your fingertips when you need them, not accidentally thrown away or misfiled.
If you’re getting ready to retire or want to continue developing your retirement plan, we have resources for you. Watch these narrated slide decks on CU’s 401(a) and PERA plans. Then download our retirement guides.
Brush up on your benefits options during this year’s Open Enrollment. It’s your chance for a checkup on your plan selections for medical, dental, health and flexible savings plans, and life and disability insurance plans.
If you or your dependent is planning to take classes on a CU campus this summer, here's a quick primer on using the tuition benefit. One thing to remember: The Tuition Benefit Dependent Pilot Program doesn't begin until Fall 2017.