Lafayette College offers various benefit programs as part of a full-time employee total compensation package, including: medical, dental, life insurance, retirement, flexible spending accounts, paid and unpaid time off, disability insurance, worker’s compensation insurance, and travel accident insurance.
All full-time employees (minimum of .75 FTE) are eligible for coverage under the College’s benefits programs beginning on the first day of the month following, or concurrent with, the first day of employment. Enrollment in these plans is NOT automatic. Participation cannot begin without completion of the required enrollment forms. Once enrolled, the Open Enrollment period is the only time during which you can change your benefit plan elections or add/delete dependents without having to demonstrate a Life Status/Event Change. There is no restriction on making changes during the Open Enrollment period. Open Enrollment changes are effective on January 1.
- New Hire Benefits Brochure 2013
- Domestic Partner Benefits
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Family Medical Leave Act – FMLA
- Lafayette College Early Learning Center
- Legal Documents
- Life Insurance
- Actives – Medical Dental Rates 2013
- Other Benefits Programs
- Retirement Plans
- Salary Reduction Agreement (DOC)
- Salary Reduction Agreement (PDF)
- Voluntary Vision Plan
- Worker’s Compensation
- Work Life
If there is any conflict or inconsistency between the material on this website, the booklets, certificates and other descriptive material and the contracts and agreements constituting the official written plan document, or with respect to any provision not discussed in the descriptive materials, the legal documents constituting the official written plan document shall control. The College’s Board of Trustees reserves the right to amend or modify the Benefits Program at any time and for any reason, with respect to both current and former employees (including retirees)and their dependents. Such changes may include, but are not limited to, the right to:
- change or eliminate benefits (including benefits for retirees),
- increase or decrease participant contributions,
- increase or decrease deductibles and/or copayments, and
- change the class(es) of participants and/or dependents covered by the Program.
The College also reserves the right to terminate the Benefits Program, or any portion of the Benefits Program, at any time and for any reason by or pursuant to a written instrument executed by the College. No amendment, termination or partial termination of the Program will affect claims incurred for which items or services have been provided prior to the date of amendment, termination or partial termination.
12 Markle Hall
Easton, PA 18042
Fax: (610) 330-5720
Monday - Friday 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Anonymous Tip Hotline
The College has a toll-free Anonymous Tip Hotline (1-800-539-6085) for reporting misconduct by any College employee. The Hotline is available 24 hours a day. The Hotline may be used for reporting ethical, compliance, or other concerns that the caller wishes to bring to the attention of the College. The Hotline is not designed for reporting emergencies. If the situation being reported is urgent or emergent, please call The College’s Office of Public Safety immediately at
Services for the hotline are provided by The Network, an independent company that provides similar services for companies worldwide. The Network answers all calls and records the information necessary to initiate an investigation of the reported activity. The Network representatives will provide a case tracking number to the caller for tracking the status of the investigation. Calls may be made anonymously.