UNC Charlotte provides a comprehensive benefits program designed to attract and retain high quality and diverse faculty and staff.
Employee Insurance Login: eEnroll
(Coming Soon - name change to eBenefits)
Note: Due to system updates, the eEnroll system will have a lock-out from Friday, June 22 at 5:00 p.m. until Wednesday, June 27 at 8:00 a.m. If you have any time sensitive transactions occurring during this time period, please contact the Benefits Office at 704-687-8134 for guidance.
‘Understanding Your Medical Plan Options When You Become Medicare-Eligible’ Information Sessions
The State Health Plan is offering information sessions on “Understanding Your Medical Plan Options When You Become Medicare-Eligible.” These popular sessions are free and designed for active employees who will soon be 65, are already 65 or older, and retirees getting ready to turn 65.
Visit the State Health Plan website at www.shpnc.org and click “Upcoming Events” to view available sessions and register.
Reminder– Social Security Number and Name Validation
To meet Affordable Care Act reporting requirements, the name and social security number for you and your covered dependents must be accurate in the online state insurance system. Please follow the Directions to validate your social security number and name in the on-line state insurance system, and notify the Benefits Office at 704-687-8134 to report any discrepancies, or if you have questions.
Supplemental Retirement Contribution Limits
(401k, 457, and 403b plans):
|Under age 50:||18,500|
|Over age 50:||24,500|
The 401k and 403b contributions are coordinated (combined total cannot exceed the maximum). The 457 contributions are not coordinated with the 401k, nor 403b (total cannot exceed the maximum). As an alternative to the age 50 catch-up, a participant in the 457 plan is eligible to defer up to twice the contribution limit in effect for the three years preceding the employee’s normal retirement age, subject to eligibility. Contact the NC Total Retirement agent for more information.
Reference Supplemental Retirement Plans for more detail.