NUFlex Benefits enrollment information for 2021 can be found here.
See your health insurance and benefit premium rates in a single document, based on percent FTE (full-time or part-time.)
See your options when it comes to name-brand, specialty, and generic prescription drugs.
Learn about NU's plans, and premiums so you can make decisions that make sense for you and your family.
View and download the summary of benefits and coverage documents for NU's health plans.
NU provides comprehensive vision care benefits to help ensure you and your dependents receive quality eye care.
Preventive dental care can save you money by keeping your mouth protected from more serious dental issues.
Talking to a doctor has never been easier. Get treatment for non-emergency conditions via web, phone or mobile app.
FSAs allow employees to set money aside, pre-tax, that can be uses to pay for out-of-pocket health care and dependent care costs.
Information to consider when major life changes like marriage, birth of a child, divorce, etc. occur and you need to make changes to your benefits.
Find out more about our life insurance options, which can help your family financially if you pass away.
Elect health, dental, vision and other insurance for same-sex and opposite-sex partners and their dependent children.
Long-term disability insurance (LTD) provides monthly benefits if an employee becomes ill or injured and is unable to work.
Download useful forms, including claim forms, retirement forms and enrollment forms.
Long-term care insurance helps pay covered expenses for long term care services whether they are received at home, in the community or in a nursing facility.
The University of Nebraska provides free services to employees with disabilities to communicate effectively and provides free language services to employees whose primary language is not English.
Review the privacy practices for the University of Nebraska’s health, dental, prescription drug, and flexible spending plans. You will also find forms to authorize release of health information if needed.
If you are eligible for Medicaid or CHIP--and you’re eligible for health coverage from your employer--your state may have an assistance program that can help pay for coverage.
COBRA is a health insurance program that enables eligible employees to have continued health insurance coverage after leaving the University.
This assessment is offered during the annual open enrollment period. It helps you evaluate your health, and you receive enhanced wellness/preventive services benefits for completing it.