Form 1095-C Information
Your form 1095-C for 2022 will be printed and mailed by the middle of February 2023. You will most likely receive your Form W-2 before you receive your form 1095-C. If you do not receive your form 1095-C by February 28, 2023 please contact Human Resources at myHR@northwestern.edu to request a copy. Northwestern is required to send a 1095-C to anyone who was eligible for health care coverage at any point during 2022.
Phone: 847-491-4700 • Email: askHR@northwestern.edu
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Enroll or change benefits
Benefit eligibilityUniversity employees — like staff, faculty, visiting scholars — and their spouses and dependent children are eligible for benefits. Eligibility for benefits varies based on employment classification.Benefit eligibility
Change your benefit elections during Open Enrollment
or when you experience an IRS Qualifying Event, such as adding a child to your family, getting married, or changing positions.
New Faculty & Staff
New Faculty & Staff
To elect benefits online, you must take action within 31 days
of your hire date. Please allow two weeks from the date of your elections submission for processing. Attend a New Faculty & Staff Benefits Orientation
for more information.
Postdoctoral Benefit PlansNew benefit package for all postdoctoral trainees at Northwestern University. This new benefits package will create parity between all postdocs.Postdoctoral Benefit Plans
All resources on benefits changes, eligibility and enrollment. Losing coverage & COBRA
Leaving employment, Losing coverage & COBRA
When you terminate employment with the University, you may elect to temporarily continue to participate in certain University-sponsored benefits through COBRA
or to convert certain coverage to an individual policy directly with the sponsoring insurance company.
Retiree PlansAs a Northwestern University retiree, you may enroll in the following medical, dental, and/or vision plan(s). Review the benefit options below and enroll in the plan(s) that are right for you. Once you have reviewed the plan options below, please review the retirement process for information on how to enroll.