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Employee Benefits

Recognizing that our people are our most valuable resources, Covenant seeks to provide comprehensive benefits to our employees. Many of these benefits are outlined below. If you would like to learn more, our Human Resources staff would be glad to speak with you. 

 

Available Benefits for Eligible Employees

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Flexible spending account
  • Short-term disability insurance 
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Term life insurance
  • Optional term life insurance
  • Accidental death-and-dismemberment insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Employee Educational Benefit
  • Free or discounted admission to athletic & cultural events
  • Use of the College's exercise facilities, pool, tennis courts, sand volleyball court, and cross-country trails
  • Use of the College library
  • Discounted meals and free beverages in the dining hall
  • Discount on purchases in the College bookstore

 

Retirement

Covenant offers a retirement plan with TIAA-CREF. All eligible employees are able to designate a percentage of their pay to a retirement fund by simply contacting HR to get started.

 

"God is not exalted by lessening your loves. The Christian path is not loving less, it's loving more and rightly...Our goal is not to love less but more."
– Dr. Kelly Kapic
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Allison Andrews '23

“Covenant’s Center for Calling & Career is extremely helpful in preparing students for career success after graduation. They revise resumes, counsel students through difficult decisions, and also host the Job Fair. Covenant believes in prayerful petition, but also in tangible action steps that put students on a path to achieving their goals (both are necessary in this walk).”
  - English major Allison Andrews '23