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Benefits Enrollment for New Employees

Welcome to Benefits Enrollment for New Employees

Welcome and congratulations on your new position. IU is committed to providing benefits that help protect your and your family's health, welfare, and financial well-being. This site will help you through the process of enrolling yourself and your dependents in these benefits.

This site contains important information about time-sensitive material you must act on. Follow the action steps in the order shown and ask for help if you need it. You'll be properly enrolled in short order.

Most benefit plans require enrollment, but several don't. Some plans require enrollment within 30 days or you must wait until Open Enrollment in the fall. Don't worry, all the enrollment requirements are spelled out on this Web site. You'll learn about them in the informational video as well.


The Q and A section of this site contains helpful answers to common questions.




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