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New Academic and Professional Staff Employees
Life and Disability Insurance

For complete descriptions and details, follow the web page for each topic. Plans booklets are also available on each plan page.

Unless otherwise noted, enrollment in these plans is initiated by the employee. For all plans: If an employee is placed on leave at the time of initial employment, the employee's coverage becomes effective on the first day of active employment.

Basic Life   web page

  • Coverage starts on date of hire and is paid for by IU. Enrollment is automatic.
  • Coverage includes emergency medical assistance and travel services.

Supplemental Life   web page

  • Coverage starts on date of hire if elected within 30 days; otherwise on the first day of the month following enrollment.
  • Paid for by the employee through payroll deduction.
  • Proof of good health is required if the employee enrolls after 30 days from date of hire.

Long Term Disability  web page

  • Coverage starts on date of hire if elected within 30 days; otherwise on the first day of the month following enrollment.
  • Paid for by the employee through payroll deduction.
  • Proof of good health is required if the employee enrolls after 30 days from date of hire.

Personal Accident Insurance   web page

  • Coverage starts on date of hire if elected within 30 days; otherwise employee must wait until Open Enrollment.
  • Paid for by the employee through payroll deduction.

 

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Page updated: August 2013
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