College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) Latest Report: How Do Your Institution’s Benefits Compare to Peers?

Benefits Cost Containment: What Approaches are Institutions Taking to Control Costs?

In this series of three short videos, Sibson experts identify and explain what approaches employers within higher education are taking to contain costs, including the advancement of non-traditional benefits in higher education and the introduction of wellness programs.

Cost Control: What Are Other Institutions Doing?


Could Non-Traditional Benefits Be Right for Your Institution?


Wellness Trends: What Initiatives are Institutions Implementing?



Find Out What Benefits Other Colleges and Universities Are Offering

Wondering if other higher education institutions still offer retiree health plans to new hires? Curious to see if other institutions require a longer waiting period for employees to use tuition reimbursement?

Sibson’s research can help you benchmark your institution’s offerings and identify what benefits could be added, changed or promoted to gain an edge for top talent.

Sibson Consulting’s College and University Benefits Study (CUBS) collects detailed information about the benefits component of total rewards on campus, including differences among the benefits offered to faculty, administrative and clerical staff. The latest study covers these offerings of more than 450 private and public institutions:

  • Medical Plan Coverage
  • Wellness Initiatives &
    Health Plan Strategies
  • Prescription Drug Coverage
  • Dental & Vision Coverage
  • Retiree Health &
    Life Insurance Coverage
  • Retirement-Income Plans
  • Tuition Benefits
  • Leave Programs
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • Life Insurance Benefits
  • Non-Traditional &
    Voluntary Benefits
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New CUBS Infographic

The CUBS infographic highlights details of health plan coverage from the report.

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CUBS Report Highlights

See highlights from the 2016 CUBS Trend in Benefits: Summary

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