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   Section I: Benefits As A DePaul Retiree
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Medical Insurance

2016 Retiree Medical SPD
(For Medicare eligible retirees. For non-Medicare eligible retirees, see the active employee SPD.)

2016 Rates
2016 80-20 Rate Sheet   
2016 70-30 Rate Sheet
2016 Flat Dollar Rate Sheet

COBRA Rates
Library Usage http://www.library.depaul.edu/Services/privileges.aspx?p=19
University Email Ability to maintain DePaul email account
Bookstore Discounts 10% off textbooks and 20% off general books (not already discounted) and merchandise
Fitness Center Discounted rates available
For more information contact the Ray Meyer Fitness Center at 773-325-4555.
ID/Campus Connection DePaul Retiree ID and basic Campus Connection access
Tuition Waiver Tuition Waiver Policy
Theatre & School of Music Productions

Two free tickets to any Chicago Playworks production at DePaul’s Merle Reskin Theatre. To request tickets contact the box office at 312-922-1999 or by email at theatreboxoffice@depaul.edu. Shows are listed at http://theatreschool.depaul.edu

Art Museum Invitations to quarterly exhibition opening receptions and other special events such as lectures and film screenings


   
Section II: Other Considerations
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Contacting Social Security http://www.socialsecurity.gov/
1-800-772-1213
Contacting Medicare http://www.medicare.gov/
1-800-MEDICARE
Medicare & You Booklet
DePaul Retirement Plan TIAA-CREF   http://www.tiaa-cref.org/    1-800-842-2776
Fidelity   https://www.fidelity.com/   1-800-343-0860


   
Section III: Additional Information
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Second Domiciled Adult

An eligible employee who retires from DePaul University with a related or an unrelated Second Domiciled Adult (SDA) covered on the medical plan at the time of retirement may continue to cover the SDA as long as he/she continues to meet the Plan’s eligibility requirements.  Refer to the Over-65 Retiree Plan and Health Benefits Plans Summary Plan Descriptions for additional details regarding eligibility and coverage. 

The retired employee must pay the full cost of a Related SDA’s coverage regardless of the retired employee’s grandfathered group classification under the terms of the retiree medical plan.  DePaul will share in the cost of coverage for an Unrelated SDA based on the retired employee’s grandfathered group classification (Refer to the “Understanding Retiree Medical Plan Changes Brochure”).

If You Return to Work at DePaul After You Retire

If you are enrolled in the retiree medical plan and return to work in a part-time position at DePaul, you will continue to be eligible to participate in the plan; however, if you become eligible for part-time benefits, you will be offered the active part-time plan and will not be allowed back into the retiree medical plan at any time in the future.  If you are re-hired into a full-time position, you will not be eligible to participate in the retiree medical plan until you subsequently retire. 

Retirees Who Return to DePaul Employment and Impact to Retiree Medical Notice




   
Section IV: Cost Sharing Strategy & Grandfathering Provisions
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Understanding Retiree Medical Plan Changes Brochure


   
Section V: Prescription Drug Coverage & Medicare Part D
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Credible Coverage Notice-2013


   
Section VI: FAQs
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FAQs


   
Section VII: Contact Information
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For general questions or comments about the DePaul Emeritus Soceity, please contact
Alice Farrell in the Office of Mission and Values at 312-362-8822 or afarrell@depaul.edu.

For questions about retiree health benefits, to update your contact information, or to
inquire about any other Human Resources issues, please contact Human Resources at
312-362-8500 or hrbenefits@depaul.edu.
DePaul Emeritus Society:
http://mission.depaul.edu/Programs/DES/Pages/default.aspx