Blue is a course evaluation system by eXplorance. Tufts began moving to the Blue system in Summer 2016.
Did you know that there is a new limit for the 2018 Health Care Flexible Spending Contribution?
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that the Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) contribution limit will increase from $2,600 in 2017 to $2,650 for 2018. The current $5,000 Dependent Care FSA limit will remain the same for 2018.
Our 2018 Open Enrollment period which occurs between November 1st and November 15th is your annual opportunity to enroll in this benefit plan. For more information, check out the Health Care FSA details, below.
Did you know that registration is open for Eco-Ambassador Training!
Want to incorporate your passion for environmental issues into your current role at Tufts? The Eco-Ambassador Program provides participants with resources, skills, and knowledge necessary to effect change, serve as leaders, and promote sustainable behaviors in the Tufts community. Our condensed program sessions will allow you to become an Eco-Ambassador in just 8 training hours!
Since the launch of AccessTufts in December, we continue to collect feedback and plan for future releases. Using an iterative process, the AccessTufts team has worked with areas in the community to enhance the site by adding all the HR content in April and more recently expanding the Did You Know section to a carousel and building a new Apps and Software tool within AccessTufts.
Did you know that MetLaw Legal Plan offers affordable legal counsel for covered services?
MetLaw Legal Plan offers affordable legal counsel for covered services in addition to telephone advice and office consultations on an unlimited number of personal matters? Below is a brief list of employee benefits MetLaw provides:
Trend Micro Antivirus software protects your personally-owned computer from viruses, malware, and spam.
Get access to the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) high-performance computing services, resources, and accounts.
Create simple websites—ideal for blogs, portfolios, and projects. (Similar to: Drupal, Google Sites, Medium, Squarespace)
Create private collaborative websites that can be edited and maintained online by multiple users (Similar to: Wikipedia). Wikis can be made publicly accessibly but are best used for internal collaborations.
Host and attend audio and video conferences, presentations, and meetings. (Similar to Skype, Google Hangouts, GoToMeeting, Adobe Connect)