Princeton has a rich combination of traditional benefits and work/life programs. Learn more by clicking the links below.
In addition, you can always count on support from knowledgeable and responsive HR staff when you have a question or problem. Just call or send us an email. We’re here to help!
Temporary assistance to eligible faculty and staff when child, adult or elder care giving arrangements are disrupted.
If you can’t work because of a personal illness or injury, our short term and long term disability plans can continue your income.
Tuition assistance is available to you for undergraduate and graduate coursework, and tuition grants are available to help pay undergraduate college expenses for your children.
Assistance to eligible faculty and staff members is offered to help meet the cost of child care for prekindergarten aged children.
These tax-advantaged accounts allow you to pay for healthcare and dependent care costs that aren't covered by other insurance plans.
You and your family members can purchase long term care insurance at low group rates.
Choose the health care coverage that is right for you from among several medical plans, two dental plans and a vision care plan.
You automatically receive life insurance, business accident insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance. You also can purchase supplemental life insurance.
Pay for certain costs related to commuting to work with pretax dollars.
This plan offers substantial savings on prescription medications through pharmacies and mail order.
When you retire from the University, you may be eligible for lifetime medical benefits, income from the retirement plan and a University ID card to continue your connection to Princeton.
The University contributes generously to a retirement annuity plan at no cost to you. If you like, you can supplement this amount with pre-tax income.
Princeton believes that adequate and flexible time off benefits assist employees in balancing their work and family responsibilities, and the University provides both paid and unpaid leave policies.
If you can’t work because of a work-related illness or injury, our workers' compensation plan may continue your income.