Georgia Tech Benefits

Health and Wellness

As a Georgia Institution, Georgia Tech is one of the 26 institutions under the University System of Georgia (USG) umbrella. Your health and welfare benefits are provided through USG, which includes healthcare, dental, vision, and retirement plan options for employees working 30 hours per week or more on a regular basis. All USG employees are covered by workers’ compensation, and certain employees also qualify for Social Security participation.
Your USG benefits are administered through OneUSG Connect. You may elect, change, view, or request support through the OneUSG Connect – Benefits website or OneUSG Connect – Benefits Call Center
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Affordable Care Act

  • The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was created by the federal government to make medical insurance available to all Americans. Beginning January 1, 2014, the ACA requires all individuals to have health insurance coverage. Employees who do not have insurance through their workplace or a government plan such as Medicare can enroll in insurance through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace.

    • This notice is provided to all Georgia Tech faculty, staff, student, and temporary employees upon hiring. View USG Notice
    • The Health Insurance Marketplace is designed to help individuals find health insurance that meets their needs and budget. Visit The Marketplace

Dental HMO

  • Offered provided through Delta Dental. To enroll, use OneUSG Connect – Benefits to select this plan within your first 30 days or during Open Enrollment. 
  • View the plan or access the claim form

    Life Event Changes

    If you experience a life event, such as marriage, divorce, or the birth of a child, you may be eligible to make changes to your current benefit elections. To make changes, visit OneUSG Connect – Benefits website (accessible via TechWorks, click the doctor icon). Per IRS regulations, benefit changes are normally allowed only during the annual enrollment period between October and November. However, certain changes to your family or work status, may allow you to make mid-year benefit changes. Regulations require changes be made within 30 days of your life changing event, which is also the effective date of your benefit changes. If you are changing your name, click here.

    When you have a qualified life event, may make any change related to the life event — for example, if you have a baby, you may add the new child to your plan but you cannot add a spouse. Changes not made within 30 days of the event will have to wait until annual enrollment. Visit the OneUSG Connect – Benefits website for a list of qualified life events.