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Professional & Scientific (P&S)
|Non-Supervisory Merit||Pre / Post Doctoral Associates|
|Supplemental Voluntary Life Insurance||Principal Financial Group||Principal Financial Group||N/A|
|Dependent Life Insurance||Principal Financial Group||N/A||N/A|
|Vision Discount Program||Avesis||Avesis||N/A|
|Long Term Care Insurance||Genworth Financial||Genworth Financial||N/A|
|Employee Assistance Program||EAP||EAP||EAP|
|Discount Programs||Vendor Discounts||Vendor Discounts||Vendor Discounts|
The Tuition Reimbursement Program (TRP or The Program) helps to defray the cost of tuition up to a maximum of four (4) college credits available for courses offered by Iowa State University (ISU) or another accredited post-secondary institution. The Program is available to all current Iowa State University (ISU) Merit and Professional & Scientific (P&S) staff members upon completion of one (1) year of continuous non-temporary employment prior to the time of course enrollment and if the employee is enrolled in courses that are part of a degree, or will benefit/enhance the staff member’s current position at ISU. The ISU staff member’s appointment must be at least twenty (20) hours per week (in a benefit eligible position). Please click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
Faculty, Professional and Scientific (P&S) staff or Merit employees of the University, who have attained the age of 57 with at least 15 consecutive years of service with the Board of Regents are eligible to request participation in the phased retirement program.
An employee may reduce from full-time to no less than a half-time appointment either directly or via a stepped schedule. The maximum phasing period will be two years with full retirement required at the end of the specified phasing period. If a two year phasing period is agreed upon an employee may not hold greater than a 65 percent appointment in the first year. For phasing periods of one year or less, or after the completion of the first year of a two year phasing period, the appointment cannot exceed 50%.