Kutztown University offers a comprehensive program of benefits in support of its goal of attracting and retaining highly-qualified, motivated and talented faculty and staff.
Your medical/dental/vision and other benefits coverage and eligibility are determined based on your job group. The following link take you to the PASSHE website where detailed information on your employee benefits can be found.
VOLUNTARY SAVINGS PLAN
- Deferred Compensation (457 plan) deductions are a way for employees to reduce their current federally-taxable income. The State System has a deferred compensation program through Empower.
- Tax-Sheltered Annuities (403b plan) are another way for employees to reduce their current federally-taxable income. The State System contracts with TIAA and Fidelity.
- 2018 HOLIDAY CALENDAR
- FLU VACCINES OPPORTUNTIES 2018-2019 ⏰
RITE AID FLU CLINIC at KU HUMAN RESOURCES 2018
A flu clinic will be held at Human Resources (Kemp Building) on October 10, 2018 between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Vaccines will, once again, be administered by Rite Aid Pharmacy. In order to maintain a sufficient amount of supplies throughout the day, we are asking participants to register for this event. This is a walk-in clinic, appointment times will not be scheduled. Vaccines will be administered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Vaccines are subject to health plan availability as listed on the H.R. website. This year’s vaccine is the 4-strain or Quad vaccine. For those not covered under our health benefits, there is a self-pay option for the vaccine at a cost of $39.99.
FLU CLINIC CHECKLIST
1 Bring your health insurance card – PEBTF member should bring their CVS Caremark Card.
2 For self-paying employees ONLY – Bring cash ONLY (no checks) in the amount of $39.99
3 Complete, print and sign the Rite Aid Flu Vaccine Consent Form and bring with you for vaccine.
- PEBTF GET HEALTHY SCREENINGS 2018 ⏰
- RETIREMENT COUNSELORS ON CAMPUS
- SERS INFORMATION (STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM)
- STATE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SEAP)
SEAP SUMMARY OF BENEFITS
Information about the State Employee Assistance Program (SEAP)
The Affordable Care Act requires that group health plans provide a Summary of Benefits and Coverage (SBC) to employees. Because SEAP is considered to be a group health plan, SEAP is required to provide a SBC.
The federal government has defined very strictly what information must be included in an SBC and how it must be formatted. That’s why you’ll notice that most of the categories of information do not apply to SEAP, and that many of the listed services are identified as “not covered.”
You can view the SBC here. You can also receive a paper copy at no charge by contacting SEAP at 800.692.7459.
STATE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SEAP)
SEAP is free and available to you and your family 24/7 to help you deal with emotional or family concerns, alcohol or drug abuse, depression and other behavioral health matters, or financial and legal issues. Call 1-800-692-7459 (TDD 1-800-824-4306).
SEAP MONTHLY NEWSLETTER - Healthy matters to keep in mind.
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