MyBenefits, EIP's online benefits system
Benefits Summary (FTEs) (PDF)
Benefits Orientation for New Hires (FTEs)
Benefits Orientation for Transfer Employees
Pension Orientation for Temporary Employees
Customer Satisfaction Survey
Faculty and Staff Wellness
Family Medical Leave
Hazardous Weather and Emergency Closings
Holiday Schedule 2015
Insurance Benefits Guide
Medicare and Turning Age 65
MoneyPlu$ Website Access
Providers of Health Benefits
Your Retirement Plan (PDF)
Travelers Insurance Program
Pension Reform FAQ
News to Use: Pension Reform
Administrator ACA Frequently Asked Questions
ACA: USC Department Guidelines
General Employee ACA Frequently Asked Questions
NEWS TO USE
State Service Award Ceremony:
The University's annual State Service Award Ceremony, sponsored by the Division of Human Resources, will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, in the Russell House Ballroom. The ceremony will recognize 194 employees who in 2014 reached a milestone of twenty, thirty and forty years of service with the University and the State of South Carolina.
Additionally, certificates will be forwarded to another 193 employees who in 2014 reached a ten year milestone.
Congratulations to all employees celebrating these milestones! We thank you for your service.
The University of South Carolina is a participating employer of SC Public Employee Benefit Authority (PEBA) programs. As the primary administrator of state insurance and health care benefits for public employees, the PEBA insurance benefits website has many resources for state employees.
- PEBA Direct newsletter gives you a variety of information, from improving your health to getting the most out of your insurance benefits.
- MyBenefits online system may be used to review and print your benefits and make changes to yours and your beneficiary's contact information. You may also approve changes initiated by the Benefits Office and make specified changes during open enrollment in October.
- PEBA retirement benefits website has lots of information regarding the State's pension programs.
- PEBA Retirement Benefits' online system, My Access may be used to view personal information such as your statement, beneficiaries and current service time. You can also change your address, use the service purchase cost estimate calculator and submit a service purchase request. ORP members may change their address, review their incidental death beneficiary designations and view their current vendor. To find out how to register for Member Access and print a statement, review this step-by-step flyer.
The benefits information provided on these web pages is general in
nature. For more detailed information, contact the Benefits Office
with specific questions by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at 803-777-6650.
All benefits and an individual's right to them are subject to state
regulations, university policies and procedures, the individual
plan documents, and the duly executed and recorded Notice of Election
From time to time, the Benefits Office will send you information
about your benefits through campus mail while updating notices on
these web pages. Please read this information carefully and make
changes appropriate to your needs. We're here to serve you, so don't
hesitate to call or e-mail any staff
member in the Benefits Office.
To offer feedback on your experience with the Benefits Office staff, please take our online survey at http://hr.sc.edu/online/benefits_survey.asp.
As part of the University's commitment to providing a healthy campus environment, the Division of Human Resources partnerships with Student Health Services to help promote faculty and staff wellness programs for all University employees.