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CU provides medical and dental benefits for the surviving spouses (including common-law, civil union or domestic partners) and dependent children of an active or retired Faculty or University Staff member who participated in the CU 401(a) Retirement Plan. These benefits are for surviving spouses covered by CU's medical and/or dental plans at the time of the employee's or retiree's death and are not eligible for Medicare. Learn more.
What plans am I eligible for?
|Status||Medical Plans||Dental Plans|
|Non-Medicare Eligible Surviving Spouse & Dependent(s)||CU Health Plan - Exclusive
CU Health Plan - High Deductible
CU Health Plan - Kaiser
|Surviving Spouse or Dependent is/or becomes Medicare eligible||CU Health Plan - Medicare/High Deductible (Over/Under*)
Alternate Medicare Payment (if Surviving Spouse is Medicare eligible - dependents not eligible)
|Delta Dental Premier|
*Over/Under is an option when at least one member is eligible for Medicare and at least one other member is non-Medicare eligible. The Medicare eligible member will be covered under CU Health Plan - Medicare and the non-Medicare eligible member will be covered under CU Health Plan - High Deductible. Since these are seperate plans, please see details/summary for each plan.
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