• MetLife Voluntary Benefits

    MetLife Voluntary Benefits

    A new voluntary Hospital Indemnity plan, along with Critical Illness and Accident Insurance and the MetLaw plan, will be offered as part of a special enrollment opporunity May 23 - June 6, 2018!

    Learn more
  • FSA 2018

    2017 Flex Spending: Use it or Lose it!

    March 15 is the deadline to incur expenses you wish to reimburse with 2017 Health and/or Dependent Care FSA balances. You have until April 30 to submit those 2017 claims to ConnectYourCare.

    Learn more
  • Key Bridge

    Updates to Retirement Plan Investment Offerings

    Changes in the fund lineup are in effect as of January 9, 2018

    Learn more
  • Darnall Hall

    Darnall Hall

    The HR/Benefits/Payroll Service Center is located on the second floor of Darnall Hall (M-31). The Service Center is open Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5pm.

    Darnall Hall
  • New Hires

    New Hires

    Welcome to Georgetown! Newly hired benefits-eligible faculty, staff, and AAPs must attend a Benefits Orientation session prior to enrolling in benefits through GMS. Register to attend and learn when coverage will take effect.

    New Employees

Benefit News 

Schedule a One-on-One Appointment with Fidelity, TIAA or Vanguard

Spring is a great time to schedule a retirement savings check up with a financial consultant from your retirement plan investment company. You can schedule an appointment to meet with a representative on campus or by phone. You can view the available appointment dates and contact information here.

Changes to the 403(b) and 457(b) fund lineup went into effect on Tuesday, January 9. You can learn more about the change and access the Transition Guide here. Missed the information meetings about this change? You can view the PowerPoint slides here.

Benefit Resources


Make your Benefit elections on the go with GU Mobile!

Georgetown’s Mobile app is the University’s platform for delivering mobile services to it’s students, faculty and staff. In addition to checking when the next GUTS bus will arrive, perusing the University's events calendar and checking on menus for on-campus dining; you can now connect directly to Benefits information and GMS. Get more information and download the App today!

 

Hiring? Be aware of when benefits take effect!

Medical, dental, vision, flexible spending, voluntary and supplemental life insurance benefits for those hired into a benefits-eligible position take effect on the first of the month following their date of hire, or eligibility, date. The only exception to this would be if an employee is hired on the first of the month, in those cases benefits would go into effect on that date. This applies to electable benefits only (the benefits you sign up for in GMS when you first become eligible or during open enrollment). Basic life insurance, basic AD&D, short term disability, long term disability, and certain retirement benefits are effective on date of hire eligibility.

DC WAGE THEFT PREVENTION ACT NOTICE 

You may have noticed a request in your GMS Inbox asking you to validate and acknowledge your pay and employment. The new DC Wage Theft Prevention Act requires employers to provide you with certain information regarding your wages. Please review the information, click the box next to I Acknowledge, and click Submit.

Need help?

Contact the Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits at:

(202) 687-2500
or  
benefitshelp@georgetown.edu 

New Employees should attend a Benefits Orientation session prior to making benefits selections in GMS. Orientations are held every Tuesday at 9 am. Visit the New Employees section of our website for more information and to register.
 

Featured Resources 

Our Commitment to You: Choice, Access, Service

The Office of Faculty and Staff Benefits (OFSB) is a service-oriented team that provides the global Georgetown community and their families with benefits. We uphold the mission of Georgetown University by promoting a productive workforce, offering varied benefits choices, easy access to information, and excellent service in order to meet the individual needs of our community. By doing this, we believe in serving the whole person.
We will strive to: 

  • Maintain, create and enhance benefit plans that serve our community
  • Empower staff and faculty by seeking their input and honoring their needs
  • Deliver our programs with the highest level of service, fiscal responsibility and compliance using best practices
  • Educate our community about how to maximize benefits
  • Provide benefits that deliver physical, mental and financial wellness
  • Ensure delivery of quality benefits