UToledo Human Resources

Benefits Announcements

Benefits Newsletter - December 2021 - 12/15/21
Universal Availability Notice - UT 403(b) Plan - 12/15/21

Universal Availability Notice - This IRS-required notice is to make you aware of the 403(b) Plan and provide enrollment information.

Benefits Fair -  10/11/21

HR is hosting an in-person Benefits Fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. You can meet with our benefits and retirement vendors to learn more about the benefits offered in each plan. UTMC Pharmacy and Rocket Wellness will also be offering Flu shots and other health screenings. The locations are:

  • Tuesday, Oct. 12 – Student Recreation Center Auxiliary Gym, Main Campus
  • Wednesday, Oct. 13 – Morse Center Basketball Courts, Health Science Campus

As this is an indoor event, masks will be required.  

2022 Paramount Silver and Blue Plan update - 10/1/21

Effective 1/1/2022, McLaren St. Luke’s will no longer be in-network with the Paramount Silver or Blue plans.  Any claims on or after 1/1/2022, will be processed as Tier 3. McLaren St. Luke's will remain in-network with the  Front Path Bronze plan.

Open Enrollment for 2022 - 10/1/21

You can make your 2022 medical, dental, and vision plan elections along with your FSA or HSA deductions from 10-1-21 through 10/31/21. Please visit the Open Enrollment Information Page for more information.

IRS Form 1095-C Information - 1/1/21

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

Tuition Waiver Policy - 8/1/20

The University of Toledo’s tuition waiver policy was updated effective summer semester 2020. 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.

Last Updated: 12/17/21