Life Events
During the course of your MIT career, you are likely to experience many changes, large and small, in your life outside of work. Marriage, birth, retirement, a death in the family, and other life passages can have a corresponding impact on your Institute benefits.

The window for making adjustments outside the annual Open Enrollment period is limited to 31 days from any of the qualifying changes in family status events noted below, so it's important to act within that timeframe.

 

Remember that you are allowed to make changes only to those benefits directly affected by the qualifying life event. For example, the birth of a baby would allow an employee to enroll in or add the baby to a medical, dental or vision plan, and enroll in a flexible spending account or increase current election amount(s), but would not allow a participant to terminate coverage.

Marriage & Domestic Partnerships

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Divorce

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Dependents

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Spouse or Partner Job Loss

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Leaving MIT

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Illness & Disability

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Death

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Designating a Beneficiary

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Change in Medicaid or SCHIP Eligibility

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