This article discusses when you can make changes to your existing benefits. Benefit changes can typically only occur when a Life Event occurs or during Open Enrollment.
A Life Event is a change that initiates a new Period of Initial Eligibility (PIE), to enroll in, or make changes to, your UC benefits when family status changes occur (marriage, domestic partnership, birth, adoption or divorce) or, in some cases, after you or an eligible family member experience an involuntary loss of non-UC health coverage.
Certain changes to your benefits can be made at any time, without a Statement of Health/Evidence of Insurability, whether or not a life event has taken place. These changes include enrolling in or changing the coverage amount of Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance, decreasing your Supplemental Life insurance coverage amount, or enrolling a child in Dependent Life insurance.
UCPath Dashboard > Health and Welfare > Life Events / Benefit Changes
Employee Actions > Health and Welfare > Life Events / Benefit Changes
Before you enter a Life Event or benefits change, you must validate your identity. UCPath randomly displays one of the security questions you set up on your profile.
Note: if you answer incorrectly, an error message appears. You have three attempts to answer this question correctly. After three incorrect answers, UCPath displays the Security Questions setup page. You must then provide your date of birth and the last four digits of your Social Security number to validate your identity and then update your security questions and answers.
Steps display on the left and also appear at the top to track your progress.
If you have additional questions regarding your benefits you can find information on how to contact UCSD Benefit Representatives.
You may also call UCPath Center directly and speak to an Employee Services Representative at: 855-982-7284 (Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. PST).