2020 Open Enrollment

Review/Enroll in 2020 Annual Benefits 

  • Open Enrollment elections are made by logging into Banner Self Service, my.okstate.edu, click on the Employee tab, click on Benefits: Enroll, Verify, Qualifying Event.

2020 Benefits Enrollment Guide (pdf)

Recorded 2020 Open Enrollment Presentation (PowerPoint)

October 2019 News You Can Use

Make Open Enrollment Elections From November 1 - 15, 2019

  • Due to new Dental and Vision plans, everyone must enroll, your current election will not rollover.
  • Must confirm each year if you are not a tobacco user to continue receiving the $20 health insurance premium credit.
  • Must make new elections each year for your Flex, Dependent Care, and/or Health Savings accounts.

2020 Health Plan Changes

2020 Monthly Health Premiums

2020 Dental Insurance

2020 Vision Insurance

MASA Ambulance Memberships

  • MASA Ambulance (pdf)
  • 100% employee paid and covers entire family
  • Covers what insurance doesn’t
  • Works with all Ground and Air ambulance carriers
  • $14 per month pre-tax plan provides coverage in U.S. and Canada
  • $39 per month pre-tax plan provides coverage Internationally as well as U.S. and Canada

Health Savings Accounts (HSA)

  • Must be enrolled in the BlueEdge High Deductible Health Plan
  • Cannot have an HSA and Health FSA within the same household
  • Cannot be covered on another health plan that is not high deductible
  • Cannot be enrolled in Medicare A and/or B
  • 2020 Maximum Contributions, including employer contributions:
    • Individual - $3,550; with the employer contribution, your maximum is $2,800
    • Family - $7,100; with the employer contribution, your maximum is $5,850
    • Age 55 and older, can contribute an additional $1,000
  • If new to the High Deductible plan and HSA for 2020, your contributions cannot begin until your account with BenefitWallet is open!

Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Health Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
    • Maximum contribution is $2,700
    • For your household out-of-pocket health care expenses
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (DCA)
    • Maximum contribution is $5,000 per household
    • For childcare expenses of your dependent children under age 13

Voluntary Retirement Plans – 403(b) and 457(b)

  • Under age 50 Contribution limit is $19,000 per plan
  • Age 50 and older Contribution limit is $25,000 per plan
  • If you contribute to both the Pre-tax 403(b) and After-Tax ROTH 403(b) the contribution limit is combined

OSU Benefits


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2020 Open Enrollment
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November 1 - 15, 2019
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2020 Open Enrollment