Health, Retirement, and More

photo of campusWright 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. Like many organizations, Wright State considers base pay, retirement, medical and insurance protection, paid time off and tuition remission as components of a total compensation package.

The benefits information on this web page provides a summary of benefits for employees of Wright State. This information does not list all the provisions and does not supersede the individual provisions of our group insurance contracts, benefit plans and university policies that it describes. Similarly, the information presented does not guarantee that the university, the state of Ohio, and/or others responsible for these contracts, plans, programs, and policies will not make future changes in the provisions applicable to each.



OPERS – Update: Changes to Mitigating Rate Effective June 30, 2015 (PDF)  – Emailed Aug 3, 2015

STRS – Update: Changes to Mitigating Rate Effective July 1, 2015 (PDF)  – Emailed June 24, 2015

STRS – Changes to Contribution and Mitigating Rate  Effective July 1, 2015 (PDF) – Emailed May 11, 2015

Learn with Anthem Presentation – Understanding Your PPO Plans & FSAs (PDF)

Learn with Anthem Presentation – Understanding Your HDHP & HSA (PDF)

Anthem Credit Protection Notice - February 13, 2015

FAQs for Credit Protection - February 13, 2015

Anthem Cyber Attack Notice - February 5, 2015

Learn with Anthem Presentation – Understanding Your Out-of-Pocket Expenses (PPO 90/10, PPO 80/20 & HDHP Plans) - PDF

STRS Employee Retirement Contribution Rate Increase - July 1, 2014

Compound Prescription Drug Memo

Learn with Anthem Presentation - How to Get the Most Out of Your Medical and Pharmacy Plans - PDF