As of July 1, 2023, all classified staff will be required to pay the .45% premium for the FAMLI program, following State of Colorado legislative changes passed in April 2023.
CU Health Plans enrollees can expect changes including significant pharmacy changes, expanded fertility treatment and more.
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Employees who must take leave for COVID-19 after June 8 must use personal paid sick leave.
There’s a limit on how much vacation leave University of Colorado faculty and staff carry from one fiscal year to the next.
The Tuition Assistance Benefit is the ticket to affordable, quality education for CU employees or their dependents.
Close the book on Open Enrollment by making your selections for the 2023-24 plan year, beginning July 1.
The CU Advantage catalogs key features of CU’s health plans — such as no-cost preventative care, adult orthodontics and mental health coverage — alongside high-level information on your plan options.
Benefits-eligible faculty and staff can enroll in benefits from April 17 to May 5. Get ready with on-demand courses and upcoming webinars.
Faculty and staff enrolled in a University of Colorado retirement plan may now invest in two new funds, which consider environmental, social and governance issues. Are these funds right for you? Schedule a no-cost consultation to explore the best options for you.