UToledo Human Resources


IRS Form 1095-C Information

IRS Form 1095-C is now available. Please visit the 1095-C FAQ page for more information.

New Tuition Waiver Policy

The University of Toledo’s tuition waiver policy has been updated, effective summer semester. Employees’ tuition will still be waived 100%; however, other fees will no longer be covered. Also, the Tuition Waiver Request form must be submitted earlier – prior to the payment due date, posted on the Treasurer’s webpage in advance of each semester.

Other policy highlights:

  • Employees seeking a JD law degree are ineligible for the waiver after spring semester, but those currently pursuing a JD law degree will be grandfathered in per details in the new policy.
  • Courses taken by an employee’s spouse or dependents must be taken for credit and toward completing a degree, with 100% of their tuition still waived.
  • The minimum of 12 credit hours per semester has been removed from the policy.

Note: Employees in collective bargaining units should refer to their specific CBU agreement for any details related to the tuition waiver benefit.

The new tuition waiver policy and much more information are available on the NEW TUITION WAIVER PAGE.

The University of Toledo is committed and proud to provide its employees a competitive, cost effective and innovative program of employee benefits.

If you have any questions about UToledo Employee Benefits or information contained on this website, please see our list of Important Benefits Contacts or contact us at benefits@utoledo.edu

The information contained on this website summarizes the main features of the University's benefit plans. If there are any discrepancies between this home page and the Plan itself, the actual provisions of the Plan will govern.

The benefits are reviewed periodically and, accordingly, are subject to change.

Please select the "New Hire Benefit Information" button below if you are a new employee eligible for benefits in 2019, and also enroll for 2020 benefits.

All current employees eligible for benefits should use the "Current Employee Benefit Information" button below to access 2020 benefits info and to enroll; or, use utoledo.edu/open-enrollment - the link you received in your mail at home and work (Oct. 1 email).

New Hire Benefit Information

Current Employee Benefit Information

Qualifying Life events

Keep your benefit coverage current. Report changes in family status within 30 days.

Qualifying Event Information

Important events in your family life can affect your health plan coverage. Take steps to update your coverage immediately when one of these events occurs:

  • Marriage
  • Birth of a child
  • Adoption of a child
  • Change in spouse’s job status that affects coverage
  • Change in child’s dependent status
  • Divorce
  • Death

These events qualify you to add or change coverage for you and your family, but you only have 30 days from the date of the event to make these changes.  

Report any family status change to the Benefits Department within 30 days of the event and make sure you complete the online enrollment application under your MyUT account (please see tutorial above). Changes after the 30-day window cannot be allowed until the next Open Enrollment period. 

On-demand virtual care

UToledo faculty, staff, and their healthcare beneficiaries can access on-demand virtual care services for urgent care needs from the convenience of your home or office, beginning Sept. 1, 2020.

  • Available daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • On-demand visit with a healthcare provider from the comfort of home
  • Easy access from your mobile device, tablet or computer.


  • UToledo insurance regardless of plan Paramount, Anthem and FrontPath  co-pay, deductible or co-insurance will apply.
  • Self-pay or no insurance coverage only $59 per visit.
  • All other insurance will be billed in line with plan coverage; co-pay, co-insurance and deductible will apply.

Conditions we treat:

  • Acute non-life threatening conditions
  • Pink eye
  • Headaches
  • Infections
  • Earache
  • Rash
  • Respiratory problems
  • Sore throat
  • Sinusitis
  • Vomiting/diarrhea
  • Bronchitis
  • Sprains and strains
  • Anxiety/ depression
  • STD
  • Urinary tract infections

If you have suffered a serious injury or have symptoms of a serious condition such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe abdominal pain, or have a possible emergency, go to the nearest emergency care location or call 9-1-1.

How to access services:
Step 1: Go to visitnow.org/utoledo/select-a-service
Step 2: Complete intake form
Step 3: Connect with a provider

If you encounter technical difficulties during your on-demand virtual visit, please call 419.383.5000.

Still have questions? For more information about your benefits and additional resources, please click the "Menu" button in the upper right corner of this page, and select "Your Benefits".

Last Updated: 7/9/21