At Princeton, our benefits program is designed to advance your goals on campus and beyond. In putting together Princeton’s competitive array of benefits, the University has taken a holistic approach to supporting you as a scholar and as an individual. As you explore what is available to you and your family, our Office is available to help you consider your options and navigate programs housed within our office and with our campus partners. University-Wide Benefits Visit Human Resources for a Benefits Eligibility Tool that provides detailed information about benefits based on classification, duty time, and/or visa status. Be sure to review the collection of benefits designed for families. Health Benefits-eligible employees enjoy comprehensive yet flexible health insurance plans and competitive dental, vision, and prescription drug plans that address individual needs. Wellness Princeton takes an expansive view of wellness, from physical and mental health to financial planning and tools that facilitate work-life balance for you and your family. Retirement & Financial Plan for your future and make the most of today with competitive retirement plans, flexible spending accounts, tuition assistance, income protection, financial planning help and more. Additional Benefits Audience - Any -FacultyVisiting FellowsPostdocsAcademic ProfessionalsVisitorsEmeriti Category - Any -FamilyFundingHousingLeavesMovingOffice SpaceOther Coaching Support for New ParentsThe Dean of the Faculty offers up to ten confidential, personalized coaching sessions with Leader Academic for professorial faculty who become parents through birth or adoption. Dependent Child Care Travel FundFunds are available to help professorial rank faculty members and senior lecturers with children more easily attend professional meetings and engage in research involving travel. Tenure Clock Extension for New ParentsAssistant professors who become parents before their final year receive an automatic, 1-year tenure- clock extension for each child. Unpaid Parenting LeavesProfessorial rank faculty members who are parents are eligible for up to a year of unpaid parenting leave. Workload Relief for Faculty who Give BirthIn tandem with Workload Relief for New Parents, faculty who give birth are eligible for an additional semester of teaching relief in the semester they are due to give birth. Workload Relief for New ParentsFaculty who are primary caregivers to newborn infants or newly adopted preschool children are eligible for a semester of full teaching relief, or two semesters of half-time teaching relief.