Office of Human Resources

Benefits Information

As an expression of its Jesuit Catholic mission, Xavier University maintains a total compensation philosophy that includes benefits above-and-beyond wages and salaries.

Employees must enroll for University benefits when they are hired or when they have a qualifying life event. Other changes in benefit elections must be made during open enrollment. 

A Life Event is a "qualified" change in personal circumstances that may allow employees to add, drop, or modify benefit elections mid-year, outside of the typical Open Enrollment period.  Find out if you have a "qualified" life event change outside of the enrollment period

Reference information below if you're considering milestones such as:

 

HR COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Retirement Plan

2022 Plan Year Benefits Information

 Medical

Dental

Vision 

HSA

FSA

Long Term Disability

Voluntary Benefits 

Benefit Focus

Employee Assistance Program

Statutory Benefits

  • Social Security - Employees participate and are covered under the Social Security system. 
  • Unemployment Compensation - Employees are covered by the provisions of the Unemployment Compensation Laws of Ohio. The University pays the entire cost of this coverage. 
  • Worker’s Compensation - Ohio Work’s Compensation Act provides compensation to an employee for injury, occupation illness, or death that occurs during the course or arising out of employment with the University.  How to report an injury for Worker's Compensation.

1095-C Tax Form

Form 1095-C is a tax form reporting information about an employee's health coverage offered by Xavier University. The taxpayer does not fill out the form and does not need to file it with their tax return. It should be kept with the taxpayer's records. For additional questions regarding this form and filing a tax return, consult a Tax Advisor.

The 1095-C form for tax year 2021 has been mailed to the address listed in Benefit Focus of all benefit eligible employees. Questions about health coverage at Xavier University can be sent to benefits@xavier.edu.

 

Tuition Remission/Tuition Exchange

Xavier Wellbeing

If you have questions about your current benefits and claims, please contact Horan, Xavier's employee benefits administrator at 513-745-0707. 

Leaving The University