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Your Benefits Team provides the following services:

New Hire Benefit Enrollment/Benefit Eligibility Review  Collin College Retirement Processing (TRS, ORP, voluntary 403b, FICA Replacement Plan)
Summer Enrollment & Mid-Year Benefit Changes (Family Status Change) Absence/Leave Management - DEC(Local) 
Sick Leave Pool Return to work/Fit For Duty following a Medical Leave or Work-Related Injury*
Job-Related Accommodations   Work-Related Injury/Illness
Employee COVID-Related Questions   Employee Assistance Program
Workday Benefit & Absence Configuration  Retirement - Exiting Employment

*For questions regarding DBB(Local), please reach out to your campus HRC.

Thinking about retiring?

TRS has information available for those thinking about retiring. Please click here to view. If you are in the ORP plan, The TRS steps might still provide you with an overview. For Insurance Eligibility, ERS has resources available that can help identify if you will be eligible: Ready, Set, Retire Handout and the Ready, Set, Retire Presentation. Please note that non-higher education service (ex: ISD, TMRS, TCDRS) will not count towards insurance eligibility.

In the 90 days prior to your planned retirement date, please reach out to your Benefits Team to set up a meeting to review insurance options at that time.

Have questions related to COVID-19?

Please send an email to covid-19answers@collin.edu or visit the Collin College Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information page. 


Health Benefits Announcements/Information

Part-time Benefits

 Employee Assistance Program/Mental Health

Medical, Prescription & Retirement Information

ERS still requires at least 10 years service credit with an agency that participates in the Texas Employees Group Benefits Program (higher education or state department/agency) to be eligible for GBP retiree insurance.

Click here to view the Ready, Set, Retire Presentation for Higher Education employees.

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Optional Coverage

 Other Information

NOTE:  Most employee out-of-pocket premiums are automatically paid with pre-tax dollars authorized by the Internal Revenue Code. This includes premiums deducted from your paycheck for health, dental and vision coverage, Optional Term Life Insurance, and Voluntary AD&D. Premiums for Dependent Term Life and Disability insurance are paid with after -tax money, so that you do not pay tax on any benefits you may receive. Should you have Optional Term Life Insurance of more than $50,000 a portion of that premium could be taxed.

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