The University will pay to eligible employees one-half of qualified legal adoption expenses, up to a maximum of $5,000 per family per adoption. Qualified expenses include reasonable and necessary adoption fees, court costs, attorney fees and other related legal expenses. This benefit is effective once the adoption is finalized. Some or all of the reimbursement may be considered taxable income. Please check with your tax advisor. For more information, please refer to your employee handbook.
Full time employees are eligible for 50% off the purchase of two season tickets for football and men’s or women’s basketball. For more information, contact the UD Arena Ticket office.
The Bombeck Family Learning Center, the University of Dayton, School of Education and Health Sciences’ children’s center, provides an Early Childhood Program based on developmentally appropriate practices. The partnership with the School of Education and Health Sciences has established the Center as an early childhood demonstration school. Accreditation by the National Association of Education of Young Children was awarded in 2003 assuring the highest quality standards are being met. Enrollment is dependent upon availability of openings, with priority given to children of University of Dayton employees. A discount may be available for benefit eligible employees based on salary level. For more information, please refer to your employee handbook.
The department of Campus Recreation provides a variety of recreational programs, services and facilities for the UD community to exercise your body, mind and spirit. Our state of the art facility is 125,470 sq. ft. and offers opportunity for endless recreational pursuits. All programs are designed with you in mind. Whether you enjoy group fitness, rock climbing, basketball, strength training or swimming, Campus Recreation has something for every Flyer!
UD Human Resources supports your quest of a healthy and active lifestyle through a $100 (annual) or $50 (semester) discount on your Campus Recreation membership. Individuals in this group are full time benefit eligible employees of the University of Dayton or an affiliated corporation. The HR subsidy coincides with the payroll deduction cycles twice per year: August 16 - September 30 and January 1 - February 28.
To get up-to-date information on the cost of the membership and hours of operation, visit the Campus Recreation website at http://www.udayton.edu/studev/campusrec/index.php.
Una Cadegan, a 2005 Lackner Award winner, graciously donated her monetary award to be used as an emergency fund for employees who find themselves in need.
An interest-free loan not to exceed $500 may be granted to any University of Dayton full- or part-time benefits eligible employee whose hourly rate does not exceed $14.25 per hour. An application for the emergency loan program can be found on the Forms page.
To help you find a healthy balance between your work and personal life, University of Dayton provides you and your immediate family with access to LifeWorks® - a free employee resource program to help make your life a little easier.
LifeWorks® is fast, easy to use, and completely confidential. It’s available at no cost to you. And best of all, it’s there for you any time of the day or night, wherever you are. The program can give you support, advice and information on a wide range of personal issues. The website, www.lifeworks.com, provides valuable information for things we all deal with throughout our lives and the lives of those we care about. The user id is university and the password is dayton. For more information, please refer to the employee handbook.
This is a free service available to University of Dayton employees. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States today. And while you may take precautions to protect yourself, anyone can be victimized by an identity thief.
As a member of The Hartford's Identity Protection Support Service, you'll be better protected from the often devastating consequences. There is no need to enroll in this benefit.
The University of Dayton Faculty/Staff Wellness Program promotes a healthy lifestyle through activity-based courses, lecture programs, personal fitness training, and screening programs for specific health risks.
All full- and part-time faculty and staff members and retirees are eligible to participate in all offerings. Spouses and immediate family members may also register for Wellness Program activities, but will be accommodated on a space-available basis after employee registration. Current offerings can ge found at http://www.udayton.edu/%7efacwell/
A Weight Watchers subsidy is now available as part of the Wellness Program. For additional information, click on Wellness Forms on the Forms page.