Wellness Resources Tool
Available to Princeton medical plan participants, AbleTo can help individuals gain control of their medical condition or life change by addressing emotional challenges that can come with a diagnosis.
Faculty and staff and their families can purchase recreational facility permits for a small fee to use theUniversity recreational facilities, including swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts, and fitness center.
Castlight is a confidential and personalized healthcare tool, accessible online or through a mobile app.
The EAP, offered through Carebridge, is available to help faculty, staff, and eligible dependents cope with everyday life challenges, including anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues, substance abuse, and more.
Fertility and family-planning coverage is provided by Kindbody for individuals enrolled in a Princeton medical plan.
Princeton University offers discounts at local fitness centers and stores.
Hamilton Physical Therapy Services, P.A., provides on-campus, in-network physical therapy. Appointments must be made in advance.
Health Advocate helps faculty and staff and their family members, including parents and in-laws, navigate the often complex healthcare system.
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.
The Healthier Princeton program supports health promotion and education for the entire University community to sustain and enhance the individual’s physical, psychological, and emotional health.
For a fee, faculty, staff, and eligible dependents over the age of 16 can receive immunizations and allergy shots by appointment.
Campus Recreation provides informal programs in figure skating, golf, basketball, hockey, tennis, and walking.
The intramural sports program offers the opportunity to participate in leagues and tournaments for a variety of sports, including basketball, flag football, soccer, softball, and others.
With a prescription from a doctor, faculty, staff, and eligible dependents can have lab work done on campus. This service is in-network for all Princeton University medical plans.
Princeton University provides private lactation rooms for nursing mothers on campus.
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.
Statistically, one in eight women is at risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer. Preventive screenings can result in early detection, which is key for a favorable outcome against this disease.
University Health Services offers a fully-accredited healthcare facility in McCosh Health Center that provides quality health and wellness services through Occupational Health Services.
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.