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Well-Being

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Physical Well-Being

Princeton University is committed to providing faculty, staff, and their families with personalized and confidential resources, at no cost, to minimize health costs and maximize health and wellbeing. The resources range from online tools to make better healthcare decisions to on-site personal health coaches.

Best Doctors

Best Doctors is a healthcare resource that provides confidential access and medical advice from the world’s leading physicians. This free program helps participants make informed healthcare decisions with greater confidence and ensures patients are getting the right care.

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Health Advocate

Health Advocate helps faculty and staff and their family members, including parents and in-laws, navigate the often complex healthcare system.

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MSK Direct

MSK Direct, through Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, provides direct access to a team of professionals who specialize in cancer care to guide eligible faculty and staff through the process of diagnosis and treatment and oversee one’s care experience every step of the way.

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My Health Coach

Professional health coaches provide confidential personalized assistance to help individuals reach their personal health goals. Coaches are available to meet on campus or by phone. They are employees of TrestleTree, an accredited health transformation organization.

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Financial Well-Being

Financial well-being is important to everyone at all ages and, for this reason, Princeton University offers many avenues to access financial planning assistance. Financial planning helps individuals and families manage day-to-day living expenses; pay off debt; save toward a goal, e.g., buying a home or sending a child to college; and plan for retirement. Learn about and take advantage of the various resources Princeton provides.

CAPTRUST

CAPTRUST is an independent investment advisory firm that provides confidential investment and financial advice to participants in the Princeton University retirement plans.

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Isles

Isles Financial Solutions (IFS) is a money management and credit improvement service designed to help individuals take charge of their financial future.

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Retirement Savings Plan

The Princeton University Retirement Savings Plan (RSP) is a 403(b) defined contribution plan that allows participants to save money for retirement on a pretax and/or after-tax (Roth) basis.

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Work Life

Taking care of your overall health and well-being is an important part of your contribution to Princeton's mission, and having work-life balance is a critical piece of this equation. Select "View All" or a category below to access the Well-Being Resources Tool to find the resources and programs available to assist and support you and your family’s needs.

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Decision Support

Princeton University is committed to providing a range of resources to assist and support our faculty and staff with their personal and family needs. Tools offered vary from financial planning to benefit plan elections.