Educational Benefits are available to eligible employees, their spouses and unmarried dependent children. Eligible employees may receive 100% payment (at the in-state resident, undergraduate or graduate campus tuition rate) for up to 3 hours and 50% for all other hours taken. Eligible dependents of employees may receive up to 50% payment for all hours taken. Additional requirements and some exceptions apply. The application deadline is the “Last Day to Add a Course or Drop a Course Without a Grade of “W” for the Term” each semester per the Academic Calendar. For details regarding this benefit, please refer to the Human Resources Policy Manual – Policy 702.00, Educational Benefits.
Vendor: American Behavioral Health
Phone: (800) 925-5327
The University’s EAP Program provides employees and their family members with resources for resolving work related and personal problems including: marital, parent-child, substance abuse, stress, and personal budgeting. The program provides free assessment, short-term counseling, and referral services.
Your Employee Assistance Program provides one-on-one confidential support and training.
The University provides generous paid leave time to staff members, including: annual, sick, holiday, jury duty, and bereavement leave.