Faculty Handbook: Faculty Benefits
Faculty insurance benefits
Information about employee benefits such as group medical and dental insurance and life insurance can be obtained from the University Policies and Procedures:
Premium contribution requirements are payroll deducted. Although most faculty members are contracted for an academic year of nine months and/or summer session(s), premium contributions are taken on a 12-month basis. If salary is paid on a 10-month basis, the normal monthly premium deductions are prorated to accommodate the 12-month benefit protection. Benefit coverage for a faculty member in his/her terminal year expires the final day of the terminal contract month.
Copies of the relevant benefit plan are available through the Department of Human Resources.
Accident coverage for travel on university business
Information about travel accident insurance can be obtained from the University Policies and Procedures
Information about repayment of authorized expenses in conjunction with convention attendance can be obtained from the University Policies and Procedures
Moving (relocation) expenses
Information about travel accident insurance can be obtained from the University Policies and Procedures:
Policy on research, training and service projects
Faculty seeking extramural support for research, training and service projects are advised to consult the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
University, state and federal policies for research, including projects sponsored or funded by federal agencies, foundations, corporations and other sources of extramural support can be found at:
Faculty are also advised to consult the University Polices and Procedures:
Leave of absence
Information about an ordinary leave of absence not including sabbatical leave can be obtained from the University Policy and Procedures:
Sabbatical leave program
Information about sabbatical leave:
Tuition benefit program
Information about the tuition benefit program can be found in the University Policies and Procedures:
Faculty Children Exchange Program
FACHEX information can be found on the Office of the Provost's website:
Definition of retiree
Information about retiree benefits is available from human resources and the University Policies and Procedures:
The rank of emeritus carries certain privileges, examples of which are: listing on the official rosters of the faculty of the university, the college and the department; faculty privileges in the university libraries; notice of all activities open to the faculty of the university, the college and the department.