Life And Voluntary Benefits
New for 2021!
Securian is offering an one time opportunity to increase voluntary life coverage for both employee and spouse.
Employee: Employees who are currently participating in the plan as well as new entrants to the plan can elect a 1x salary increase without EOI, subject to a maximum of the lesser of $500,000 or 3x salary.
Spouse: Spouses currently participating as well as new entrants may increase coverage by one ($10,000) increment without EOI. Increase cannot exceed the lesser of 100% of the employees combined basic and voluntary life amount or $200,000.
Voya will be the vendor for Critical Illness, Accident and Supplement Hospital coverage in 2021. Click links below for plan details.
Protection During Critical Situations.
Purdue offers a variety of insurance plans to help you and your family through the difficulties of a death in the family or an accident.
Be sure to keep your beneficiaries up-to-date on these important coverages.
Life Insurance Plans
Listed below are Purdue's voluntary benefit offerings. For more information, follow the link below to the specific benefit's Web page.
- Accident Insurance
- Auto and Home Insurance
- Critical Illness Insurance
- Legal Services
- Pet Insurance
- Supplemental Hospital Insurance
- Universal Life Insurance
Enrolling in voluntary benefits
Eligible faculty, staff and graduate assistant employees may view and request changes to voluntary benefits using the online Benefitfocus system. Go to the OneCampus Portal, choose Benefitfocus, and then sign on using your Purdue career account username and password. Here are some quick tips about enrolling in these plans:
- Dental and Group Legal can be elected or dropped only during open enrollment or with a life event change; they follow the same rules that govern cafeteria benefits.
- Some programs are tailored to you and the rates are based on your individual circumstance. The online enrollment system will direct you to a licensed representative who can assist if you express interest in Universal Life, Critical Illness, Group Long Term Care or Auto/Home Insurance.
Going on a leave without pay?
What happens when you aren’t being paid, so premiums can’t be deducted? Get more information about keeping voluntary benefit premiums current while on unpaid leave.