To be eligible for vision coverage:
Employees excluded from vision benefits include:
Once an employee has acquired eligibility and has enrolled in a plan, he/she may continue enrollment during subsequent continuous appointments of at least half-time regardless of the duration of the new appointment.
Eligible dependents of an eligible employee included:
Dependents become eligible coincident with the Eligible Employee or upon attainment of dependent status. Newborn infants are eligible for vision coverage from and after the moment of birth. Adopted children are eligible from and after the moment the child is placed in the physical custody of the Eligible Employee for adoption.
State law allows, under specific conditions, for persons in the State of California to register non-marital relationships with the Secretary of State. Having obtained registration of the relationship, the law allows the registered individuals to obtain health benefits under the standard eligibility rules of the Public Employees' Medical and Hospital Care Act (PEMHCA). The California State University (CSU) elected to adopt the provisions of this law offering health care coverage (medical, dental and vision) for domestic partners of CSU employees and annuitants subject to the Secretary of State approval process and the CalPERS' acceptance process.