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Health and Welfare Benefits

ASI 2017-2018 Benefits ASI Benefit Book 2017
Kaiser Kaiser Benefit Summary
Kaiser Chiropractic Kaiser Chiro Coverage
Western Health WHA Premier 20
Humana Dental PPO Humana Dental- Benefit Summary
Employee Benefit Services (Flexible Spending Accounts) EBS FSA Open Enrollment packet
Medical Eye Services MES Voluntary Vision 7-1-13
Mutual of Omaha MOO – Benefit Summary


Life Matters Employee Assistance Program

Retirement Benefits

Retirement Information

The ASI retirement plan is with PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL SERVICES. www.principal.com or (800) 986-3343

Interested in fine-tuning your retirement plan? If so, click the link below.



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Principal Retirement Risks

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Need specific investment advice? Please contact our ASI Financial Advisor, Tim Vas Dias

Timothy J. Vas Dias

Investment Advisor Representative

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2530 Douglas Blvd., Suite 170, Roseville, CA 95661

(916) 771-4142  or  (800) 576-5695 ext. 2


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Open enrollment will be held in May/June with a July 1, 2018 effective date. Check back for more information closer to the enrollment period!

What is a PPO/HMO?

HMO stands for Health Maintenance Organization.With an HMO plan, you pick one primary care physician. All your health care services go through that doctor. That means that you need a referral before you can see any other health care professional, except in an emergency. Visits to health care professionals outside of your network typically aren’t covered by your insurance.

PPO stands for Preferred Provider Organization. PPO plans give you flexibility. You don’t need a primary care physician. You can go to any health care professional you want without a referral, inside or outside of your network.

What is a formulary drug?

A formulary is a list of covered drugs and their respective copay tiers that represent the prescription therapies believed to be a necessary part of a quality treatment program. These medications are selected by HAP in consultation with a team of health care providers. The formulary may vary based on your coverage



Only use the emergency services in the event of an emergency.

  • Ask your dentist for an estimated summary of charges PRIOR to them doing any dental work.
  • Utilize the healthcare websites to email your doctor to help save on co-pay costs.


Onsite Campus Committee

Meredith Zanardi, Peak Adventures

Elvia Felix, Business Office

Denise Wessels & Jessica Escobar, Children’s Center

Lisa Dalton, Government Office

Reuben Greenwald & Albert Delgado, Student Engagement and Outreach



Offsite Aquatic Center Committee

Ashely Langenberg, Administration

Gary Cook, Instructor

Matt Kobe, Facilities

Brian Dulgar, Director

2018 Employee Advisory Committee (EAC)

Employee Advisory Committee

The Employee Advisory Committee (EAC) is designed to provide multi-departmental representation regarding issues of policy, procedure and ASI activities.

Andrew Garcia, Student Engagement and Outreach

Lisa Dalton, Government Office

Ashley Langenberg, Aquatic Center

Mari Ruiz, Business Office

Sari Smart, Peak Adventures

Daphne Vivar, Children’s Center


Sexual Harrassment and Misconduct

Title IX Sexual Harassment/Misconduct Resources

“We Care-We Will Help” is a University Run website that provides a plethora of resources for victims of sexual violence or harassment. If you or someone you know are a victim of sexual violence or harassment, we encourage you to visit this site or contact your Human Resources representative.

For more information please click on the link below.