2022 Open Enrollment
Preparing for Retirement Checklist and Presentation
Prepare for retirement in advance by reviewing the steps to get there.
Professional and Scientific (P&S)
|Medical, Dental, & Prescription Drug Plans||ISU Plan||ISU Plan Merit|
|Basic Life Insurance||ISU Plan||ISU Plan Merit|
|Long-Term Care Insurance||Long-Term Care Insurance||Long-Term Care Insurance|
|Open Enrollment||ISU Plan||ISU Plan Merit|
Summary of medical, dental, and prescription drug plan options for retired ISU employees. Please click on the link in the table above for your employee classification.
Employees who retiree from ISU prior to July 1, 2021, will be eligible for retiree life insurance coverage of $4,000, if enrolled in the basic life coverage for 10 consecutive years immediately preceding retirement.
Enrollment for this group product was discontinued. The decision not to accept new entrants does not in any way affect employees, retirees or dependents already enrolled in this coverage.
Additional Benefits & Resources
All ISU retirees, their spouses/partners, living spouses/partners of deceased ISU retirees, and friends are invited to become actively involved in the activities and programs of the ISU Retirees Association. There are no membership dues.
All individuals who are aged 50 or older and desire to continue to expand their knowledge in a wide variety of topics may attend classes organized by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Iowa State University. This is a program to enjoy—no tests and no grades.
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