Additional Employee Benefits
The Employee Assistance Program, provided by Aetna Resources for Living, is there to help, in strictest confidence, when the stresses of life, family, and finances become too great.
University of Central Florida provides employees with an elite collection of local and national discounts from thousands of hotels, restaurants, movie theaters, retailers, florists, car dealers, theme parks, national attractions, concerts, and events through Abenity.
The University of Central Florida supports employee participation in the Florida Pre-Paid College Plan by offering payroll deductions to cover premiums each month. The plan allows you to select from options with specific costs, payment schedules and benefits. Plans include two year, four year, and dormitory options.
If you are employed by a government or not-for-profit organization such as UCF, you may be able to receive loan forgiveness under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program administered through the U.S. Department of Education.
The University offers tuition assistance to eligible employees in the form of tuition waivers, good for up to six credit hours of coursework per semester. Eligible employees include USPS, A&P, Faculty and Executive Service and courses are restricted to those taken at UCF.
The Technology Product Center (TPC) offers various academic discounts on hardware and software. As an Apple Authorized Retailer, the TPC is able to offer student, faculty, and staff discounts on Apple Hardware ranging between $50 and $200. The TPC also offers faculty and staff Microsoft Office for $15 as well as education discounts on Dell and Microsoft products.
Faculty and staff permit holders in their third trimester of pregnancy (or high risk) may elect to reserve an expectant mother space in their permitted lot.
The University of Central Florida recognizes the needs of new mothers by developing lactation privacy rooms on campus. These secure locations provide UCF mothers, whether students, staff or faculty, the ability to ease back into work or school without having to sacrifice the healthy practice of expressing their milk.
In order to become lifelong learners, young children need to be provided with concrete meaningful experiences to help them develop a positive self esteem, skills in problem solving, creative thinking, self reliance, and interpersonal communications.