Benefits

New Open Enrollment Help Desks

November 08, 2019
UC Davis Benefits is pleased to offer the following help desks to help you understand the menu of medical plans available to you during Open Enrollment.  OPEN ENROLLMENT HELP DESKS

Drop-in, individual counseling on UC benefits from Health Care Facilitators (who specialize in health plans) and Benefits Representatives (who can discuss all health & welfare benefits). Counseling is on a first come, first served basis and due to the size of the meeting rooms, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.

Watch Open Enrollment Presentation & View Slides

November 08, 2019
We've read all the medical plans so you don't have to. 

The streaming video and slide deck below detail the health plan services and options available to you and your family through University of California.

These materials were prepared by the Health Care Facilitator Program, which specializes in troubleshooting the use of UC health plans—and coordinating them with Medicare

Health and Wellness Fairs - Nov. 7 & 8

October 17, 2019
UC Davis is hosting health and wellness fairs on the Davis Campus and at UC Davis Health so you can meet medical plan providers and on- and off-campus partners that can keep you healthy all year long. 

UC health plan providers (medical, dental, and vision) will be available to answer questions about services available to employees as they make their Open Enrollment choices this year. And of course, there will be giveaways and games! 

What is the purpose?

This is an opportunity to explore medical plans going into open enrollment, which begins on Oct. 31 this year. 

Open Enrollment in UCPath

October 16, 2019
Open Enrollment takes place from Oct. 31 to Nov. 26. For the first time, UC Davis and UC Davis Health employees will use UCPath for Open Enrollment.  When Open Enrollment Begins on Oct.

UCRP Benefits Payment Delay

April 01, 2019
On Monday, April 1, 2019, the UC Retirement Administration Service Center was alerted that UCRP benefits payments had not been deposited into recipients’ bank accounts at the start of the business day, as scheduled.

The problem — identified as a file error in the direct deposit process — has been corrected. Benefit payments are expected to post today (April 1, by close of business) for recipients of standard UCRP retirement, disability and/or survivor benefits. Approximately 1,000 non-UCRP payments will be deposited the next business day (April 2).