Health, Retirement and Financial Benefits

CU health (medical, dental, vision), financial and retirement benefits are administered by Employee Services, the CU System office in Denver that serves all four campuses. If you have questions about benefits, call Employee Services, the CU System office in Denver that administers benefits for all four campuses at 303-860-4200, option 3.

Visit the Benefits website*

Register for New Employee Benefits Orientation

*This link goes to the Employee Services website. You will leave the CU Boulder Human Resources website. 

 CU Health Plan Programs

CU Health Plan and Be Colorado have teamed up to provide employees with a full spectrum of programs such as Flu Shots, Be Colorado Move, Fitness Center Discounts, and Weight Watchers discounts. These programs are designed to give employees with CU Health plans the information, inspiration and support needed to achieve their best self.

Learn more about CU Health Plan programs*

*This link goes to the Be Colorado website. You will leave the CU Boulder Human Resources website. 

Tuition Benefit

Eligible employees can receive a waiver for up to a total of 9 credit hours of tuition* per year.

OR

Dependents of CU Boulder employees can receive a discount of 30 percent off of tuition** (student share if the dependent is a Colorado resident undergraduate).

View the Tuition Waiver Benefit Step-by-Step

Dependent Tuition Benefit Pilot

The University of Colorado's Intercampus Dependent Tuition Benefit Task Force recently announced a three-year dependent tuition benefit pilot program to launch in Fall Semester 2017.

See pilot program details

* Restrictions Apply. Employee tuition waiver is on a space-available basis. Employees must register on the first day of classes, not before. There is still a cost for mandatory student fees and other educational costs may apply. Courses offered through Continuing Education, audited courses, Extended Studies, Outreach Programs, Study Abroad and/or noncredit courses do not qualify. An employee cannot use the 9 credit hour waiver during an academic year (one or more semesters) in which their dependent is using the discount and vice versa. Employees who are classified for tuition purposes as nonresident undergraduates cannot enroll in more credit hours than the benefit they are using in any given semester.

** Restrictions Apply. Dependents must use the benefit on the campus where the employee works. There is still a cost for mandatory student fees and other related educational costs may apply. Dependents can enroll full or part time during their assigned enrollment appointment in MyCUInfo. Nondegree dependents taking Main Campus classes can enroll during open enrollment which starts the Friday before classes begin. See the Academic Calendar for exact dates. Courses offered through Continuing Education, audited courses, Extended Studies, Outreach Programs, Study Abroad and/or noncredit courses do not qualify.