Full-time employees may choose from several plans of health coverage. They may also enroll in the NYU Dental Plan, and have access to the NYU Retirement Plan, disability and life insurance, NYU LiveSmart wellness programs and activities, the Carebridge employee assistance program, mortgage programs, and dependent coverage. Full-time employees may also be eligible for tuition benefits for themselves and dependents.
Part-time employees have access to retirement benefits, business travel accident insurance, and New York State Disability Insurance. Some part-time employees may enroll in health plans and qualify for dependent coverage. Retired employees are eligible for benefits too, including medical coverage, life insurance, and other benefits depending on which classification of employee they were at the University.
Explore and understand the NYU administrator and staff benefits available to you during Annual Enrollment or when you experience a qualifying life event. Visit the Benefits Overview Guide.
HDHP at NYU: Among the University's medical plan offerings, eligible faculty, administrators (including part-time), professional research staff, members of Local 810, and (beginning January 2016) members of Local 153 may elect a consumer-driven health plan – NYU's High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) with Health Savings Account (HSA), administered by UnitedHealthcare.
HDHPs are designed to give you more control over how you spend your health care dollars. You also have the opportunity to enroll in an HSA, a bank account that you may contribute to through pre-tax payroll deductions and withdraw from to pay for eligible out-of-pocket expenses.
|Use the Benefits Resource Center to||Contact PeopleLink to|
|Manage and view your payroll and HR information, including eligible 403b, STDA, and 457b retirement plan elections.||Manage and view your medical plan and benefits elections, most beneficiaries and dependents, and life events.||Ask a NYU service representative a benefits, HR, and payroll question, such as the date when you are eligible to retire.|
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|Login to NYUHome and click PeopleSync under Work tab. Click for tips and video tutorials.||Login to NYUHome and click Benefits Resource Center under Work tab.||Email, call 212-992-LINK (5465), fax 212-995-4333, or click for PeopleLink hours and address.|