Starting with the 2022-23 plan year, enrollees in any of CU’s health plans can have one initial mental health visit covered per plan year.
CU Health Plan provides options for University of Colorado out-of-state faculty, staff and dependents
Benefits-eligible faculty and staff have some new health plan features to look forward to in the new plan year.
Benefits-eligible employees should plan for this year’s open enrollment by reviewing all of CU’s health plan options through the Basics of CU Health Plans on-demand course.
Employees have access to an array of mental health and resilience resources through CU, whether you’re covered by a CU Health Plan or not.
See new deadlines for Health Care and Dependent Care FSA.
CU’s Open Enrollment period for the 2021-22 plan year ends at 5 p.m. Friday, May 7
Open Enrollment begins April 19. Visit the Open Enrollment sessions and fair site for courses, videos and live webinars from plan providers, including Anthem, Kaiser, Delta Dental and PERA.
Open Enrollment for benefits-eligible CU employees begins April 19. Prepare now by watching the Basics of CU Health Plans and Pretax Savings course – it can help you better understand your benefits, inform your choices and maximize your health care dollars.
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