Employee Benefit Information

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Auto and home voluntary benefits. We offer quality auto and home coverage, expert advice and caring service.

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University of Delaware Employees can access the Securian website through the University of Delaware Portal.


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Learn more about us at www.genworth.com/groupltc

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Watch this video to learn more about Understanding Your Rx Plan

CVS Caremark benefit highlights

CVS Caremark will remain the pharmacy benefit manager for plan year 2023-2024. You do not have to take any steps to enroll in prescription benefits, as enrollment is automatic with a State of Delaware health plan. Retail pharmacy options will not be restricted to CVS pharmacies.


Our campus employee resources

The employee experience represents the journey an employee takes with our organization. It includes every interaction that happens along the employee life cycle, plus the experiences that involve an employee's role, workspace, manager and overall wellbeing.

Talent and Organizational Developemtn works to build personal, professional and organizational capabilities. Here are some examples:

Engagement and Wellbeing

Learning and Development

Organizational Development

  • Gallup Strengths assessment and Q12 engagement survey
  • Strategic planning facilitation


  • Mental health support and training
  • Crucial Conversations for teams
  • LinkedIn Learning campaigns

To learn more visit Talent & Organizational Development

To request a customized program email talent-dev@udel.edu

The Nurse Managed Primary Care Center (NMPCC) is conveniently located on campus and provides a full range of employee healthcare services that focus on enhancing indivduals' overall health, including illness treatment, injury care, immunizations, chronic illness management, physicals, and medication prescription. The NMPCC accepts most health insurance plans with payment options available for individuals without healthcare insurance as well.

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For more information or direct assistance, call (302) 831-3195

Exercise counseling is beneficial for anyone looking to start, improve, or maintain their current physical activity routine. Clinical exercise physiologists can help clients prevent or manage chronic health conditions, weight, stress and/or anxiety. Options for counseling include:

Option 1: Individuals can participate in 2 visits and receive a comprehensive fitness assessment and 6-week personalized exercise program which would be completed on your own (at your own house, gym, etc.). We will still continue to offer a 3 week and 6 week check in and welcome you back after your program is complete for a full reassessment and renewal of your program! This option has a $20 fee associated with it and is open to anyone over the age of 18 y.

Option 2: Individuals with chronic health conditions might now qualify for our supervised exercise program which would include an initial fitness screening followed by 36 sessions (12-18 weeks) of FREE supervised visits where you would exercise in our fitness center at the Tower at Star, supervised by Clinical Exercise Physiologists and students in training. After your initial 36 free sessions, you will be given the option to opt into a pay for fee service (monthly charge of $40.00) and continue with us, or simply discontinue your participation. Chronic health conditions that would qualify are listed below:

·         Cardiovascular disease (high blood pressure alone would not qualify)
·         Pulmonary disease (no supplemental oxygen)
·         Type I or II Diabetes (pre-diabetes alone would not qualify)
·         Recent Stroke
·         Cancer
·         Chronic kidney disease
·         Parkinson’s disease
·         Long Covid diagnosis

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To schedule an appointment with a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, contact exerciseconsult@udel.edu or (302) 831-0940

Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) provide medical nutrition therapy counseling for individuals and group nutrition education classes that include disease prevention to support optimal health and medical illness management. Nutrition counseling includes diet analyses, individualized meal plans, and/or tips and strategies for living a healthy lifestyle.

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To book an appointment with a Dietitian, call 302-831-1165 or email nutrition-clinic@udel.edu provide your name and contact information and we will get back to you.

Clinical health coaches motivate and empower clients to achieve better health outcomes, assisting them in making real-world, long-lasting behavioral changes. Areas of coaching focus may be; stress management, time management, sleep, physical activity or even healthy eating strategies. Consultations can be face-to-face, telephone- or video-based, or within group settings.

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To learn more about health coaching, listen to this Podcast by Tara Leonard. To schedule a health coaching appointment, please contact via email: health-coaching@udel.edu or call 302-831-3891

The Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic is the State’s premier outpatient clinic that offers a full slate of professional physical therapy services and provides a unique environment where physical therapists, students, and researchers work together to implement cutting-edge treatment to patients from the University and the surrounding community.

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Please call 302-831-8893 to schedule an appointment. Open hours for appointments are Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The speech-language-hearing team offers comprehensive care for adults and children, including screenings, evaluation, individual, and group treatment plans using evidence-based practices and extensive clinical expertise in their state-of-the-art facility.

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Interested clients should contact the clinic via phone (302) 831-7100 or email slhclinic@uel.edu to learn more and/or schedule an appointment.

The Ergonomics Program assists University employees with the identification and modification of work-related ergonomic risk factors to ensure a safe and healthful work environment. Services include no-charge, on-site Workstation Consultations, Computer Workstation Ergonomic training sessions, the Ergonomic Chair Loan Program, and the Ergonomic Equipment Loan Program for computer workstations to determine ergonomic risk factors and recommend appropriate adjustments.

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Ergonomics Program

To request an Ergonomic Evaluation please email the Department of Environmental Health and Safety at: dehsafety@udel.edu. Additional questions regarding ergonomic issues may be addressed to dehsafety@udel.edu or answered via phone at (302) 831-8475.

The Office of Institutional Equity, led by Vice President for Equity & Chief Diversity Officer Fatimah Conley, is responsible for the overall leadership of all equity initiatives at the University of Delaware. These efforts are intended to foster a campus culture that embodies inclusive excellence. OIE offers a variety of social justice programming opportunities, including the LEAD Ally Certificate program, as well as overseeing the advisement of numerous student and staff groups and managing the Non-Discrimination, Sexual Misconduct, and Title IX Policy and the Protection of Minors Policy.

Under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (as revised, 2008), employers must make reasonable accommodations in order to provide employees with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in employment, programs, and activities.

More information about the ADA is available from:

Job Accommodation Network ADA Handbook

EEOC: Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law

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The Lab School serves the University of Delaware as a model of inclusive early childhood education addressing the needs and strengths of varied populations. We welcome children aged 6 months–6 years and their families into our developmentally supportive part-time and full-time programs that range from infants to kindergarten.

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The University of Delaware Early Learning Center is a premier Early Learning Center located on the university’s children’s campus. The Learning Center has been providing and promoting child-centered early education for children 6 weeks to grade 5 for over 15 years.

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Drawing inspiration from collaboration with University of Delaware Faculty and other prominent leaders in early learning, staff at the ELC promote an environment of collaboration as they partner daily designing curriculum and environments with children, families, and each other.  The ELC welcomes all children and families. Our hope is that each family will feel deeply connected to their child’s early learning experiences and gain a clearer understanding of their child as a learner.  We encourage a culture of inclusion as we ask families to share their perspectives and invite them to help us make decisions about classroom life and curriculum. We enrich our understandings when we include families in the experience we share with their children. Come join us to experience all the ELC has to offer.


UD Information Technologies (UDIT) provides the University with a robust technology environment that allows students, faculty and staff to pursue academic studies, conduct top-flight research, and manage university operations easily and effectively.  

UDIT provides technical support for UD-owned systems and devices. For technical support, submit a request through our service portal, email askit@udel.edu, or call (302) 831-6000.
Learn more about discounts available to UD employees from various product vendors for personal devices.

Our student-athletes put up some impressive numbers, on the scoreboard and in the classroom. University of Delaware's rich athletics tradition began in 1889 and continues to this day. Our students, faculty and staff also regularly participate in dozens of intramural, club sport and fitness activities.  We hope you’ll come cheer on one of our 21 varsity sports, most of which are free (and others offer faculty and staff discounts).  Learn more or sign up for our weekly Athletics newsletter, Hen Tracks, to stay in the know! Go Hens!


Fall 2023-2024 Parking Information

  • Parking permits will be available for purchase Tuesday, August 1, 2023 at www.udel.edu/permits
  • Auto-renewal emails and permit information will be sent August 1, 2023

·       If you are not sure if your permit is set to renew automatically, check the first character of your permit number. If the first character is the letter A, then it will be renewed automatically. If the first character starts with a number, then it will not renew automatically.

  • Parking fees for 2023-2024 have not been finalized. Check Inside UDaily around July 1, 2023 for our announcement.
  • Employees, students and other customers can change their parking at any time or check items on their parking account by going to www.udel.edu/permits. Click on "login" in the upper right-hand corner and follow the onscreen instructions. 
    • Update vehicles
    • Review/purchase permits
    • Review citation history
    • Add/delete waitlists for parking permit types/lots
  • Request for Services–A parking webform is available in the blanks tab of UD webforms.  Departments can use this form to order validations, request event parking and service vehicle passes. Current department customers will receive an email with further information and an available date.

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