Health and Welfare
Every faculty and staff member plays an important role in UC’s mission of education, research and public service; UC’s high-quality, comprehensive benefits are among the rewards you receive in return. These benefits are an important part of your total compensation.
Our health and welfare benefits program provides both choice and value to meet the needs of our diverse workforce. For more information, please visit the Health and Welfare Plans webpage.
The Chancellor’s Recognition of Staff & Faculty Service Program recognizes the dedication and service of staff, faculty and other eligible academic personnel (all non-student academic title series that accrue service credit are eligible). The program offers meaningful awards which recognize the commitment and contributions made to our students, the mission of the university, and the community. For more information, please visit the Chancellor's Recognition of Staff & Faculty Service Program webpage.
Faculty and Staff
The University of California, Riverside has collaborated with ComPsych® as the Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) provider. The FSAP provider, through its GuidanceResources®, offers additional resources for faculty, staff and their household family members including confidential support, and resources and information for personal and work-life issues. ComPsych services are provided at no charge. For more information, please visit the UCR Faculty Staff Assistance Program webpage.
Your UC sponsored plans are an extremely valuable benefit and an important part of your compensation. The Health Care Facilitator Program was established to help you obtain full benefits and services available from your health, dental and vision plans. For more information, please visit the Health Care Facilitator webpage.
Preparing for a successful retirement is one of the biggest financial responsibilities you will face. UC offers a comprehensive array of retirement benefits, savings programs, and educational and counseling resources to help you plan for retirement. To learn more about the UC Retirement Benefits program, please visit the UC Retirement Benefits webpage.
Access a variety of resources and information relevant to Department Benefits Representatives (DBRs), Management Services Officers, and Payroll and Benefits Assistants. For more information, please visit the Department Benefits Representatives Resources webpage.
Your disability benefits provide income to replace lost wages. Every disability is different and the University's benefits are designed to address individual situations and concerns. To learn about the various types of disability and resources, please visit the UC Disability Benefits webpage.
As a new or newly eligible employee, you have a 31-day Period of Initial Eligibility (PIE) to enroll yourself and eligible household family members(s). To learn about resources for new faculty and staff, please visit the New Faculty and Staff webpage.