PEBP and NSHE Open Enrollment Reminders

Open enrollment is in full swing! The time frame to make changes is May 1 - May 31. Changes become effective July 1.

Visit the UNLV's Open Enrollment website for more information about plans, timelines, training, and information sessions.

PEBP Open Enrollment should be completed by logging into the e-PEBP portal. PEBP handles:

  • Group Health Insurance (Consumer Driven High Deductible Plan, Low Deductible, HMO)
  • Health Savings Account and Health Reimbursement Account
  • VSP Vision
  • LegalEase
  • The Standard - term life insurance, short-term disability, and long-term disability
  • Other voluntary products (some open year-round for enrollment or changes)

NSHE Open Enrollment should be completed through Workday. NSHE handles:

  • ASI Flex Flexible Spending Accounts
  • MetLife Legal Plan

The event will appear in your Workday inbox throughout May. If submitted, you still have the option to edit your open enrollment selection through May 31 by going to your Workday menu, clicking on the Benefits & Pay application, and clicking Edit. 

Open Enrollment Tips

  • Even if you are not planning to make changes to your benefits, we strongly recommend reviewing all your benefit elections to ensure you have selected the best options for yourself and your family.
  • Unsure of upcoming changes to the PEBP plans? Visit the PEBP Open Enrollment website for more information.
  • The benefits teams are offering informational and drop-in sessions. Visit UNLV's Open Enrollment webpage for upcoming events. 

Questions?
PEBP offered products: 1-800-326-5496; memberservices@peb.nv.gov

NSHE offered products: HR Benefits Teamhrbenefits@unlv.edu

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