TSSU

Benefits

  • Summary of TSSU Benefit Plan
  • TSSU Benefit Memo
  • PBC Group Benefits Booklet
    Coming Soon: updated benefits booklet
    (effective May 1, 2021)
    Improvements Include :
    • Remove $10 per visit max from all practitioners that currentlly have it in place (Chiropractor, Naturopath, Massage, Physiotherapy, and Podiatry)
    • Increase Psychologist from $100 per calendar year to $1000 per calendar year and add Clinical Counselling
    • Increase hearing aids to $625 per 60 months
    • Add Vision Care $300 per 24 months including glasses/contacts/eye exams
    • Add birth control 
    • Add Dental

NOTE:  COVERAGE IS NOT AUTOMATIC - YOU MUST APPLY TO ENROLL IN BENEFITS.

Please email your application information and direct benefit inquiries to: tssubens@sfu.ca.

Frequently Asked Questions - ISHF/MSP

How can I tell if SFU is paying my MSP (ISHF)?

Enrollment in MSP/Group Plan is not automatic, and members must apply for coverage by submitting an application along with a copy of their study permit to tssubens@sfu.ca. Once your enrollment has been processed you will see the monthly premiums paid on your behalf on your paystub.

I registered for SFU group enrollment but HIBC/Revenue Services continues to send me bills, what do I do?

There are delays with the process, and HIBC updating their records. If you applied for coverage and receive an invoice please do not pay this if it is for a month that you should be covered. The invoices will state which month they are for: ex. ‘Health Fee: September’ and if you submitted your application in the month of September, then you are not required to pay this invoice.

You can mail the bill back and indicate that you are covered under the group plan 4070264.

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