Begins September 9th and ends October 4th, 2019.
Please join us at this year's Benefits & Wellness Fair, Tuesday September 10th from 12:00 - 2:00 pm in the USU Ballroom! It will be a great kick off to this year's Open Enrollment.
Open Enrollment is an opportunity for you to review your current benefit plan elections to ensure they continue to meet your needs and those of your family.
Open Enrollment: Video PostCard
Please review the 2020 Open Enrollment Benefits Guide Booklet, the information below, as well as the links of information & forms to the right.
There is nothing required to do, if you do not want to make any changes to your current medical benefits. Your current elections for these plans will automatically continue for plan year 2020. However, you must re-enroll every year if you want a Health Care or Dependent Care Reimbursement Account.
Both the Benefit Enrollment Worksheet and/or Health Care/Dependent Care Reimbursement Account Enrollment Authorization Forms can be submitted electronically through DocuSign, or you can come by the Human Resources Office (CRA 1200) and complete a printed version of the form. You will receive a confirmation email back that your request was received and again when it's been processed.
You are able to enroll, change or cancel the benefit plans listed below:
You must re-enroll each year in the DCRA or HCRA plans:
Note: Enrollment in any of the above benefit plans are restricted to Open Enrollment
only, unless, a qualified event mid-year has occurred.
Keep in mind, there are also a number of CSU sponsored voluntary plans which are listed below, that you may enroll in, change, or cancel that are not limited to Open Enrollment:
For information on the CSU offered voluntary plans, please visit Voluntary Benefit Plans.
Your health plan benefits are provided in partnership with the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS).
Full details on health plans and changes are available at calpers.ca.gov. For CalPERS Health Plan Statements and direct access to all CalPERS Open Enrollment information as well as changes that are pertinent to you, visit my.calpers.ca.gov. CalPERS members may also access Open Enrollment information on their new mobile devices application at mobile.my.calpers.ca.gov.
Effective January 1, 2020 rates for most health plans will change. Refer to the 2020 Health Premium Rate Sheet.
The CSU pays 100% of the monthly premium cost for dental coverage for you and your eligible dependents.
When it comes to choosing a dental plan, you want benefits to fit the needs of you and your family. Delta Dental PPO and DeltaCare USA both offer comprehensive dental coverage, quality care and excellent customer service. For information on the offered plans, please go to deltadentalins.com/csu.
Vision plans are offered through Vision Service Plan (VSP). The CSU provides Basic vision insurance automatically for eligible employees and their families at no cost to the employee. During Open Enrollment, employees have the option to upgrade to an enhanced plan (VSP Premier Plan) for a small monthly cost.
For more information and how to enroll in the Premier Plan, review the VSP Benefits Summary or go to csuactives.vspforme.com/ (Please note: if you upgrade to the Premier Plan, you must also enroll any dependents you wish to have vision coverage, otherwise they will lose their coverage.)
All Employees must complete the 2020 Dependent Care/Health Care Reimbursement Account Plans Enrollment Authorization form to enroll in either program for 2020 regardless of participation in 2019. The maximum annual contributions for HCRA will increase to $2,700. DCRA remains the same at $5,000.
Do You Know Who Your Beneficiaries Are? It's a good time to review & update beneficiary info for:
Contact the Human Resources Benefits Office for further information at x4418.