Open Enrollment 

Open Enrollment for Benefit Plan Year 2015 will take place from Monday, September 15, 2014 to Friday, October 10, 2013

Please check back often! More details are to come later!

To access the Open Enrollment Portal from within the District: https://portal.laccd.edu:50001/irj/portal

To access the Open Enrollment Portal from your home:https://iportal.laccd.edu/irj/portal


Videos on Benefit Plans

Each of the benefit provider video presentations is broken into sections. You may choose to view all sections at once or you may view it in sessions, or simply view only the portions of the video you are interested in seeing.

CalPERS 2014 Plans

Anthem Blue Cross

Blue Shield of California 

Health Net 

United Healthcare

Kaiser Permanente

Sharp Health Plan

CVS Caremark

Forms and Documents for Everyone

  • Open Enrollment News

  • 2015 CalPERS Health Benefit Summary

  • CalPERS Health Program Guide

  • Portal Access FAQ for Open Enrollment

  • LACCD Health Benefits Newsletter

    • for Actives
    • for Adjuncts
    • for Retirees

2015 Enrollment/Change Forms

  • 2015 Enrollment/Change Form for Active, Adjunct, and Cobra Participants

  • 2015 Enrollment/Change Form for Retirees and Survivors

Important Information for Everyone

For Active Employees and Early Retirees

How to use the FSA/HRA debit card

This video explains:

  • What to do when you receive your card

  • How to use the card

  • Why it is vital that you keep your receipts

Important Note: The debit card can also be used with the HRA account, and everything in the video will apply to the HRA except that the HRA does not have tax benefit for the individual employee as does the FSA.

Benefits of an FSA Account

This video explains:

  • Benefits to the employee of an FSA Health and/or Dependent Care Account

  • What expenses are covered

  • How to maximize the benefit to yourself

Important Reminders: These reminders should help you to determine whether to enroll in the FSA and, if so, for how much.

  • The HRA is used first and then the FSA

  • At the end of the year, any unused HRA balance will roll over and be added to that year's balance

  • Unused FSA funds do not roll over; therefore, any unused FSA balance at the end of the year will be forfeited

Important Note: The debit card can also be used with the HRA account, and everything in the video will apply to the HRA except that the HRA does not have tax benefit for the individual employee as does the FSA.

FSA Calculator

How an FSA Works

Flexible Spending Accounts (Simply explains FSAs)

Legislative News: IRS Guidance Regarding OTC Expenses & Updated Information for the IRS Guidance Regarding OTC Expenses

Information related to the HRA and FSA, provided by SHPS, to take effect beginning 1/1/2011

For Part-Time Faculty Members

  • Six months' coverage from February 1- July 31, 2014 paid over a period of five months. Adjunct rate chart for dental and vision included.
    • February 1, 2014 to July 31, 2014 HMO and PPO with $304.80 Subsidy
  • Five months' coverage from August 1 to December 31, 2014 paid over a period of four months. Adjunct rate chart for dental and vision included.
    • August 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014 HMO and PPO with $317.50 subsidy

For Retirees

Medicare Enrollment Guide