- Accounts Payable Holiday Check Run Schedule
- Wanted: Students, Faculty, and Staff to Collaborate on International Week Events
- Volunteers Needed for Midnight Breakfast
- 1877 Club Holiday Buffet
Health Coverage Upon Retirement
Per current University policy, retirement benefits are granted to all eligible regular full-time faculty and staff who satisfy the defined retirement criteria outlined below.
Plan A: A minimum of age 55. Age plus completed years of service must equal 75 points on or before December 31, 1998.
Plan B: A minimum of 10 years of service. Age plus completed years of service must equal 75 points on or before December 31, 2005.
Plan C: A minimum of 10 years of service. Age plus completed years of service must equal 75 points after December 31, 2005.
Faculty and staff who meet the requirements of Plan A or Plan B noted above may be eligible for subsidized medical insurance benefits into retirement. To be eligible for continuation of medical insurance benefits into retirement, an employee must have been enrolled in a University-offered group medical insurance plan for a minimum of two years immediately prior to retirement.
Faculty and staff who meet the requirements of Plan C noted above may be eligible for unsubsidized medical insurance benefits into retirement.
A qualifying University retiree (and/or his/her spouse or same-sex partner) will have the ability to “opt out” of the University’s group medical and/or dental insurance and then re-enroll during the University’s annual open enrollment period or upon attaining a qualifying event (as defined by the IRS including, but not limited to, a change in marital status (marriage or divorce), loss of insurance coverage due to a change in employment status, death of a spouse, same-sex partner or dependent or loss of dependent eligibility status (no longer of eligible age, upon attaining age 26) at any time after retirement.
Other benefits, such as continuation of dental insurance, tuition remission, and life insurance, are also available to qualifying University of Hartford retirees.
For further details on retirement benefits, if you are contemplating retirement or if you are nearing the end of an approved voluntary phased retirement plan, please contact your designated HR Manager at least three months prior to your intended retirement date to ensure timely processing of applicable retiree benefit options.