Campus talks allow you to meet with professionals and discuss higher-education savings through a CollegeInvest 529 College Savings Account. Lunch will be provided.
Examine these changes for Plan Year 2017-2018 and choose the best benefits options for you.
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.
Did you know that CU offers two no-cost online learning resources to faculty, staff and student employees? From IT proficiency to graphic design lessons, and Skillsoft can help you grow your knowledge.
From April 5 – May 31, learn more about leading a healthy lifestyle with Be Colorado’s Virtual Health Fair.
Drill into your options and pick the best CU plans for you and your family with help from benefits professionals at Open Enrollment sessions and vendor fairs.
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.
Train to get your PMP certification in no time with The online learning platform as a variety of project management courses, whether you are just starting out, training for the exam or taking professional development credits to keep your certification.
If you have a dependent in college or about to start college, we've got good news. CU is expanding its dependent Tuition Benefit options as part of a three-year pilot program.