Human Resources

Benefits

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About Benefits

Wright State University values its faculty and staff as its most important resource in achieving its mission and goals. Wright State strives to attract and retain highly qualified and productive employees through a philosophy of total compensation. Anyone seeking or accepting the benefits provided will be deemed to have accepted the terms of the benefits programs and the university’s right to modify, amend, or terminate them. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the benefits information on this site. However, if any provision is unclear, ambiguous, or an inconsistency exists between this site and the written plans or contracts, the actual provisions of each benefit plan will govern.
 

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Managing Your Benefits

Forms and Resources

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment is a once-a-year opportunity for benefit-eligible employees to make changes for the upcoming year.

Open Enrollment Period: Typically late October to mid November

Qualifying Life Events

A qualifying life event in terms of your benefits means, you can update your benefit enrollments without having to wait for the next open enrollment period.


 

Benefit Advocacy

The firm of Horan and Associates, Inc. provides the university with comprehensive support for the various elements of our health care insurance plans.  

On those occasions when you are unable to resolve administrative and/or billing problems with an insurance vendor in a reasonable time period, a Horan representative will work on your behalf for resolution. A Horan Representative will listen to your problem and work with the vendor to resolve 'and' bring closure to the matter.

Should you need insurance advocacy assistance, please contact one of the following: