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Open Enrollment ends next week

The 2023 Open Enrollment period ends next week. Changes can be made through Wednesday, Nov. 30, at midnight via Workday.

Remember, this is the one time each year you can:

  • Make changes to your medical and dental coverage
  • Enroll in the FSA and DCAP benefits for 2023
  • Add or waive eligible family members from your coverage
  • Re-attest to the spousal surcharge questionnaire, if required

Visit the HRS Open Enrollment website or Percipio for additional information.

Questions can be directed to WSU Human Resource Services at 509‑335‑4521 or hrs.benefits@wsu.edu.

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