The Benefits Unit is responsible for the administration of various FSU employee benefits. We are here to assist employees by providing information and resources that will best suit and maximize the overall health and financial wellness for each employee’s needs. The FSU Benefits Unit strives for quality and timely customer service; and, welcome everyone to contact us with questions concerning your benefits needs. We look forward to serving you in the future.

Fayetteville State University provides a comprehensive benefits package for employees and their dependents. Many of the benefits are derived from The State of North Carolina General Statutes, policies and regulations promulgated by The University of North Carolina System and/or the language of specific insurance contracts or policies. The Office of Human Resources is responsible for the administration of these programs. For any benefits-related inquiry, please contact the Benefits Unit in The Office of Human Resources.

2018 UNC Benefits Summary                          2018 UNC Benefits Plans Rate Sheet 

Benefits Eligibility

  • Permanent (non-temporary) part-time employees working 20-29 hours per week are eligible for many benefit programs, typically without employer contributions. Participation is excluded in the mandatory retirement plans, the State 401(k) Plan, and disability plans.

  •  Permanent (non-temporary) employees working 30 hours or more per week are considered to be benefits eligible.

  •  Other employees as defined by UNC Health Care and UNC Press. SHRA positions are governed by the provisions of the State Human Resources Act of North Carolina1 . This includes most staff positions. EHRA positions are exempt from the provisions of the State Human Resources Act of North Carolina1 and are governed by the UNC Board of Governors. This includes all faculty positions and most research, instructional and senior administrative positions. 

  •  Formerly known as the State Personnel Act