|Health Care Cost Hardship|
|CBC Meeting Minutes|
|Credible Coverage Notice|
|Defined Benefit Annual Return|
|Defined Benefit Funding Notice|
|SUMMARY ANNUAL REPORTS|
|401A Defined Contribution|
|403B Defined Contribution|
|Supplemental Retirement Account|
|Travel Accident Insurance|
Information regarding loans, adoption and infertility reimbursement, fitness reimbursement, smoking reimbursement, the Faculty Flexible Retirement Option, CBC minutes, and other resources for employees.
Dartmouth College offers no-interest loan programs to eligible faculty, salaried staff, and hourly paid staff.
When employees lose benefits eligibility, they may retain certain benefits under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconcilliation Act (COBRA). At Dartmouth, these benefits include Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, and Flexible Spending dollars. The benefits office will receive notification of your coverage loss either through your status change form or through weekly reports, and will notify Crosby Benefits of the change. Crosby Benefits will then send a packet to the address on file. You will then have 60 days from the date on the packet to decide if you wish to continue any of the above benefits through COBRA, at which time you will contact Crosby directly as per the instructions in the packet. Benefits will continue retro back to your original date of coverage loss. Below are the COBRA premium rates for 2014 and 2015.
Dartmouth College will contribute up to $5,000 per calendar year for expenses relating to the adoption of a child. More information is available here.
Dartmouth College will contribute up to $5,000 per calendar year for expenses relating to infertility treatments not paid by your insurance plan. More information is available here.
A program designed to help you with extensive medical costs. More information is available here
There are many resources to help you quit tobacco. More information is available through Wellness at Dartmouth
You can receive up to $200 per calendar year on health promoting activities and devices that help support you in areas such as physical activity, weight management, stress management and tobacco cessation. More information is available through Wellness at Dartmouth.FRO Fact Sheet
Click here for a list of benefit provider contact information.
Last Updated: 3/25/15