Choose between HealthSelect of Texas, Consumer Directed HealthSelect or HMO. Learn more.
Choose between Humana Dental DHMO coverage, State of Texas Dental Choice PPO coverage and State of Texas Dental Discount plan. Learn more.
Both Term Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance are available. Learn more.
Texas Income Protection Plan (TIPP) offers short-term and long-term disability coverage. Learn more.
The State of Texas Vision Plan is available to employees, retirees and their eligible dependents.
Certain graduate students qualify to participate in the employee group insurance program. Find out more here.
Children in Texas without health insurance may be able to get low cost or free health coverage through the Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP) or Children’s Medicaid. More information available here.
A TexFlex flexible spending account (FSA) lets you set aside money from your paycheck, pre-tax, to use for eligible out-of-pocket expenses. You can contribute to a health care and/or day care account.
If you were enrolled in Texas State health insurance in 2016, you will receive IRS Form 1095-C from the University.
The purpose of this form is to report to the IRS which months you were offered and/or enrolled in health coverage. This information is needed to file your 2016 tax return, although you don’t have to submit the form with your taxes. Just keep it for your records.
The form was mailed to your home address on file in Human Resources.
Options for Temporary Staff
Expected Term for Work (must be determined up front)
|Current NSNR Process||Third Party Service Provider|
|Less than 20 hours per week||X||X|
|One calendar month but less than 130 hours in a month||X||X|
|20 or more hours per week for more than one month||X|
|130 or more hours per calendar month||X|