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Teachers and Employees Association (TEA)

The Teachers and Employees Association (TEA) of Kansas State University is a member organization that offers the opportunity to purchase voluntary insurance plans to its members and their dependents (spouse and children). This program is designed to provide a source of economic security for the member and family. TEA does require a one-time membership processing fee of $10. Please make your check or money order payable to "TEA of KSU" and return to TEA, 103 Edwards Hall, 1810 Kerr Drive, Manhattan KS 66506.

Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company (The Hartford) underwrites this voluntary program. The cost of these insurance programs are paid by the member through payroll deducted paid from the first paycheck each month. Retired members participating in TEA are billed annually.

Open Enrollment for TEA is April 8, 2016 through April 29, 2016. This is your opportunity to enroll in coverage for voluntary life insurance, voluntary short term disability insurance and voluntary accidental death and dismemberment insurance. You may also increase your current TEA voluntary life insurance amount.

Benefit Details

Additional Benefits with Coverage from The Hartford


Q: What happens to my voluntary life insurance coverage when I retire?

A: You may switch to the retiree plan should you desire. Your coverage will remain with the group, but your coverage amount will reduce to $10,000 and if you have spousal coverage, that reduces to $1,000. You will be billed on an annual basis by Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company (The Hartford).

Q. How do I enroll?

A. You may enroll by going to Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company (The Hartford) website. The Login Information is as follows:


Login IDPassword Information
Your login ID is the first letter of your first name and the first letter of your last name followed by your employee ID number.

Your password is your first and last name initials in lowercase followed by your date of birth (YYYYMMDD).

For example: John Smith's employee ID number is 654321. His login ID is js654321.

For example: John Smith's birth date is October 25, 1963. His password is js19631025.

 You will be required to reset your password during your initial login.

Q. How can I get more information?

A. See The Hartford's My Tomorrow website, it's a great resource to help you look at what benefits may be helpful to you!