2006-07 Comprehensive Survey of College and University Benefits Programs

Source: College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, Employee Health Care Benefits, Fact Sheet, 2007

• 58% of responding institutions offer health care benefits to non-Medicare eligible retirees and 52% do so for retirees that are eligible for Medicare.
• 40% of responding institutions offer health care benefits for same sex domestic partners; 31% for opposite sex partners and 44% for children of domestic partners.
• 75% of responding institutions have an Employee Assistance Program.
Only 11% of responding institutions offer a Consumer Driven Health Plan.
• 36% of responding institutions have a Wellness Program.
• Up to 40% of the responding institutions pay the entire premium for “Employee Only” health care coverage; the percentage varies by plan type.
• The median monthly total premium for “Employee Only” health care coverage at responding institutions ranged from $350 to $422. Both the amount and the distribution of cost between employee and institution vary by plan type.
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