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Your Benefits at UD

As a Catholic leader in higher education, the University of Dayton is a great place to making a living...and to make a life.  Family-friendly, flexible benefits bring balance to your work...and the rest of your life.  Whether you're just beginning your professional career, focused on the needs of a growing family or concerned with building a secure retirement, the University of Dayton offers a rich benefit plan designed to help you achieve your goals.

At the University of Dayton, we are pleased to offer comprehensive, competitive benefits to eligible employees, their dependents, retirees and graduate assistants.  For more detailed information on the benefits available to you, click on the Related Link below that best describes your role at the University.  Please note that not all benefits are available to all roles.  Benefits for part-time employees vary.  The benefits packages may include the following:

  • Health care programs.  The University and the employees share in the cost of medical insurance coverage.  Two plan options provide different levels of benefits to meet individual needs.
  • Vision insurance.
  • Dental insurance.
  • Retirement benefits.  The University contributes to an employer-funded group retirement annuity 401(a) with TIAA.  The plan features a four-year vesting schedule and a generous matching scheme.  The University's contribution is a percent of annual salary and is determined by length of eligible service and the employee's contribution to an approved tax-deferred annuity program.  Employees may direct their contributions to a choice of investment funds managed by two financial providers.
  • Life insurance.  The University pays the full cost of group life insurance equal to 1.0 times the employee's annual salary.
  • Short and Long-term disability insurance.
  • Group Long Term Care insurance.
  • Sick leave, salary continuation, and leaves of absence.
  • Flexible spending account for medical and dependent care expenses.
  • Tuition Assistance.
  • Adoption reimbursement.
  • Child care.  The Bombeck Family Learning Center, the University's children's center, is a provider of high-quality child care.
  • Employee assistance program.
  • Paid holidays. The University observes several holidays each fiscal year including the holidays below, as well as a break beginning Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day. In years where an extra day is required for the Christmas break, employees on campus will work the day after Easter, and employees working at government sites will work the day after Thanksgiving.  

      Martin Luther King Day
    Good Friday
    Day after Easter (depending upon the length of Christmas break)
    Memorial Day
    Independence Day
    Feast of the Assumption
    Labor Day
    Thanksgiving Day
    Day after Thanksgiving
    Feast of the Immaculate Conception

  • Vacation.  Vacation hours are based on years of service.
  • Wellness program.
  • Athletic ticket discount.
  • On-campus conveniences:  dining facilities, post office, bookstore, fitness center (RecPlex), automated teller machines, credit union, and library.

Human Resources

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Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1649