Human Resources

2017 Benefit Options


Nazareth College provides this flexible benefits program to eligible employees. You choose from different benefits according to your needs. You can change your choices during our annual open enrollment period.

  • Eligibility: Full-time faculty/staff member working at least 32 hours per week and at least 32 weeks per year.
  • Coverage begins the first of the month following your date of hire or your transfer to a benefit-eligible class.


How NazFlex Works
Requesting a Change
Coverage for Domestic Partners
New Hire Enrollment Information

Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance


FSA & HSA Accounts

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Health Savings Account (HSA)

Additional NazFlex Coverage

Life Insurance
Aflac Classic Cancer Protection Plan
Disability Coverage
Travel Accident Insurance Plan
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Have Questions?

Jennifer Root Forrest

Jennifer Root Forrest

Benefits Analyst in Human Resources
Smyth Hall 185

2017 Benefit Plan Costs

Current faculty and staff: Sign in to your Nazareth Google account when prompted to view the document below.

2017 Benefit Plans Cost Sheet

The purpose of this information is to provide a basic overview and is an illustration only.  Please refer to available brochures, contracts, or plan documents for the exact terms of the program and component benefit plans.  If any questions arise concerning the interpretation of the program and/or the component benefit plans, the answers will be determined by reference to the contracts or plan documents.

The information provided should not be construed as a promise, guarantee or commitment by Nazareth College of continued employment, the continuance of the NazFlex Flexible Benefits Program, its component benefit plans, or other benefit plans.

Nazareth College reserves the right to modify, suspend, or end any benefit plan or arrangement at any time should this become necessary or appropriate at the College’s discretion.  Faculty and staff members will be notified of all major changes to benefits.