One CU System staffer used Colorado EAP’s no-cost counseling to find the therapist who facilitated her recovery from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
CU’s Tuition Assistance Benefit aids greatly in pursuing higher education. Read how Leah Lleras, director of Finance and Research for the Anschutz Medical Campus, Department of Surgery, used the benefit to its maximum potential.
With the new year, it’s a good time to review your benefits and invest in yourself. Use this checklist to brush up, refresh your benefits, and take advantage of services and programs available to you.
Employees can now elect to make after-tax Roth contributions to PERA’s voluntary 401(k) and 457 retirement plans.
Before you grab your skis and hit the slopes, gear up for academic success with the Tuition Assistance Benefit.
The university’s private FAMLI coverage will debut on Jan. 1, 2024. Employees can now apply for eligible paid leave for a medical or family care absence.
Ensure your information is correct for a smooth tax season this year.
Explore the small enhancements made to icons and tiles in the employee portal.
An HSA allows employees to save — and keep — pretax money to spend on health care expenses. CU Health Plan – High Deductible participants can update or enroll in an HSA during the 2024 HSA Open Enrollment period.
The university’s private FAMLI coverage will offer paid leave that, in combination with other leave types, can ensure more paid leave for employees facing a medical or family challenge. Learn more at upcoming Q&A sessions.

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