The NYS & CSEA Partnership for Education and Training (Partnership) is pleased to announce the continuation of the Statewide Targeted Tuition Program for Welding. This program provides tuition assistance to CSEA-represented NYS Operational Services Unit (OSU) employees who wish to take welding courses.
CSEA members who are enrolled in the Empire Plan or an HMO are entitled to reimbursements for NYSHIP prescription drug card co-pays and covered prescriptions less than the co-pay once annually, up to a maximum of $150 per family per calendar year. To obtain the maximum benefit of $150, members must wait until their co-pay expenses reach $450 before filing a claim. For purposes of the Prescription Drug Co-pay Benefit, “Family” includes Domestic Partner.
- Members who are enrolled in the New York State Health Insurance Program (either the Empire Plan or Health Maintenance Organization) are entitled to a reimbursement once annually for NYSHIP prescription drug co-pays for themselves and their eligible dependents.
- Only one claim per calendar year (January – December) is processed. To obtain the maximum benefit, wait until your co-pay expenses reach $450.00 before filing your claim.
- If you do not accumulate $450.00 before the end of the year, submit your claim after December 31 for what you did pay over $300.00.
The Deadline for submission is March 31 of the following year for the co-pays accumulated during the previous calendar year. Therefore, for 2017 the deadline is March 31, 2018.
Submit your completed form with itemized pharmacy printout clearly indicating the patient name, co-pay amount, and prescription drug names, along with a photocopy of your Empire Plan or HMO insurance card. Cash register receipts, canceled checks and credit card receipts are not acceptable. The fund will then send the check to the member. Prescriptions must be dispensed by a licensed pharmacist.
To obtain more information and print the form go to this website: https://www.cseaebf.com/state_benefits.php
The NYS & CSEA Partnership for Education and Training is pleased to announce the continuation of the targeted tuition program for Welding. This program provides tuition assistance to CSEA-represented NYS OSU and DMNA employees who wish to take welding courses. Eligible employees can receive two targeted tuition benefits (vouchers or reimbursements). Each targeted benefit can provide tuition assistance for one non-credit welding course up to $1,140 or one credit-bearing welding course, up to a maximum of four credits at the resident tuition per credit rate, not to exceed $285 per credit. Applications must be received by March 31, 2018 and courses must be in session sometime between April 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018.
New York City Bus Trip to Radio City Christmas Spectacular
On Saturday, November 11, there will be a bus trip to New York City to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. The bus will depart the campus at 6:00 am and return that evening around 10:30 pm. The cost is $121.00 per person and includes the bus transportation and the ticket to the show. The show starts at 11:00 am. There is free time in the city after the show. Please contact Kelly Spettel at 436-3488 or Kelly.Spettel@oneonta.edu if you would like to reserve seats or get more information. This trip is open to the campus community – students, faculty, and staff. The trip is sponsored by CSEA Local 635.
This is your last chance to contribute to the School Supply Drive being conducted by the CSEA Women’s Committee. Family Services will be picking up donations early Monday, August 22nd! Please consider contributing to this worthy cause. For a list of supplies needed please click on the following link: School Supply Drive