The University provides a number of benefits to eligible faculty and staff to help take care of what matters most. The way you enroll in these benefits differs a little bit depending on your enrollment status:
1. Which best fits you?
- Check out the 2019 Insurance Benefits Guide to learn about your plan options for the 2019 calendar year.
- Looking for ways to compare medical plan options or learn about network providers? Visit the UnitedHealthcare health plan options website.
- Looking for details about your current medical insurance? Get personalized medical plan information via UnitedHealthcare's myuhc.com.
- Visit our plan contacts webage for a directory of who to reach out to for your other plan choices.
You may find these videos useful as you research your insurance options.
Choosing a provider is important. Visit our plan contacts webpage for links to all provider directories.
Before going through the enrollment process, make sure you know how you want to answer the following questions:
- Which plan(s) do you wish to enroll in?
- How many individuals do you want to cover? (Coverage levels like "self only," "self and spouse," etc.) For every dependent you are adding to a plan, you will need their full name, birthdate, and Social Security number.
- For any dependents who are already covered by your plan(s), make sure they are eligible to be covered. For example, most children can be covered only until they reach age 26. To confirm your dependents are eligible, consult the applicable summary plan description(s) (SPD).
- Where possible, do you want to enroll on a pre-tax or after-tax basis? If you're not sure which is best for you, watch the pre-tax vs. after-tax premiums