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The University provides reimbursement for eligible adoption and surrogacy arrangement expenses up to a lifetime maximum of $40,000.
The Bright Horizons Back-up Care Program provides faculty and staff with back-up care when there are temporary disruptions in one’s child, adult, and/or elder caregiving arrangements that would otherwise prevent fulfilling work obligations. The benefit also includes College Coach, which provides one-on-one guidance from college admissions experts, including strategies for applying for college, personalized essay review with feedback, online resources, and virtual events.
CAPTRUST is an independent investment advisory firm that provides confidential investment and financial advice to participants in the Princeton University retirement plans.
Princeton University provides access to an excellent child care center on campus for faculty, staff, students, and community.
The Children’s Educational Assistance Plan is a tuition grant for 100% of their eligible child’s tuition and mandatory education fees up to an annual maximum amount defined by the University.
The Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (DFSA) allows faculty and staff to set aside money pretax to pay for childcare expenses for dependent children 12 years and under.
The Employee Child Care Assistance Program (ECCAP) provides assistance to eligible faculty and staff members to help meet the cost of child care for prekindergarten-aged children.
The Office of Human Resources provides verifications of employment or income for faculty and staff seeking approval for loans, mortgages, immigration, etc.
The Financial Point Plus Program offered through ComPsych Corporation provides employees with the ability to create a simple will and prepare a final arrangements document on-line.
The University encourages Princeton area banks to provide a full range of banking services to faculty and staff.
The HSA is a pretax savings account, administered by Payflex, for healthcare costs incurred now and in the future for most individuals enrolled in the CDHP.
The HFSA is a program to set aside money, before taxes, from each paycheck to pay for eligible health-related expenses not covered by insurance.
Isles Financial Services (IFS) provides personal finance education and counseling services for low- and moderate-income workers. IFS services are focused on everyday financial issues such as budgeting, credit, savings, and debt. IFS helps to reduce stress regarding money management and allows people to regain control of their finances for the long-term.
MetLife Legal Plans provides faculty and staff access to legal representation or advice to help with personal, confidential assistance for a wide range of legal services.
Princeton provides basic life and accidental death & dismemberment insurance (AD&D) as well as business travel accident (BTA) insurance.
Princeton University’s Group Long Term Care Plan is designed to help cover the costs of long term or custodial care for faculty; staff; and spouses, parents, grandparents, parents-in-law, and grandparents-in-law.
Employees who have been disabled for more than 26 weeks may be eligible for long term disability (LTD) benefits, which offer financial protection.
Princeton University faculty and staff who commute to campus by mass transit are eligible for a 50% subsidy on a monthly transit pass.
Princeton allows faculty and staff to deduct money from each paycheck to reimburse for parking or mass transit expenses associated with commuting to work. Pay no federal taxes on deductions.
Princeton Federal Credit Union, with locations on and off campus, offers a convenient source for personal banking needs, providing access to a network of ATMs as well as mobile banking and remote mobile deposit.