Introduction

Dear Employee:


Welcome to Ohio Christian University!


You and Ohio Christian University have made an important decision: The University has decided you can contribute to our success, and you've decided that Ohio Christian University is the organization where you can pursue your career productively and enjoyably.

Worker's Compensation


Ohio Christian University provides insurance to compensate for any illness or injury an employee might suffer while working on University premises, traveling on official University business, or attending any activity officially sponsored by the University. If you become ill or injured, please get medical attention at once.

Seminar Attendance

At its sole discretion, Ohio Christian University may pay 100% of the expenses associated with attending periodic meetings and seminars sponsored by professional organizations that are job-related. The employee must make a written request to the respective supervisor to request approval for seminar attendance. The request must include the employee's name, seminar title, date/location of seminar, and expenses related to the seminar. The respective supervisor will approve/disapprove of the request in writing.

Long Term Disability

Ohio Christian University offers a LTD plan and bears the entire cost of this plan for the employee. Refer to the printed information from the insurance provider for details of eligibility and coverage or contact the Business Office.

Medical Insurance

Ohio Christian University offers a PPO plan and bears a substantial cost of this plan for the employee. Refer to the printed information from the insurance provider for details of eligibility and coverage or contact the Business Office.

Life Insurance

You will receive documents under a separate cover that explain the life insurance program that Ohio Christian University provides. This coverage becomes effective after you have successfully completed any mandatory Introductory Period and is provided at no expense to you.


If a covered employee dies, the insured amount will be paid to his or her named beneficiary and may change that selection by submitting a written request to the Business Office.

Personal Mail

All mail delivered to the University is presumed to be related to University business. Mail sent to you at the University may be opened by the office and routed to your department. If you do not wish to have your mail handled in this manner, please have it delivered to your home or private post office box.