Administration

Exiting Employment

State College of Florida employees who are separating their employment from the college may find these resources helpful when making this transition:

Resignation Notice: Proper resignation notice should be given to your supervisor according to your employee class (Career employees need to give at least a two week notice and Professional and above employees need to give at least a four week notice). If proper notice is not received, your vacation leave payout may be affected. Please see the Vacation Leave Rule for more information on how your leave payout is affected.

Exit Interview: Upon receipt of the employee's resignation/retirement notice, an exit interview with a member of Human Resources will be set up as well as an exit meeting with the Benefits Coordinator to review benefits.

Leave Payouts: Provided the employee gives proper resignation notice, employees will be paid out the balance of their vacation leave to a maximum according to their employee class (Career/Professional: 30 days, Administrators: 44 days, Vice President/President: 60 days). If proper resignation notice is not received, the employee will forfeit all vacation leave earned in the current fiscal year. Please see the Vacation Leave Rule for more information on vacation leave payouts. Provided the employee gives proper resignation notice based on their employee class (see above in Resignation Notice), that employee will be paid out a portion of their sick leave. Please see the Sick Leave Rule for more information on how the leave payout is calculated according to your hire date and employee class. If you have questions regarding how your leave payout is calculated, please contact benefits@scf.edu. Any leave payout equal to or greater than $2,500 will be sent to a BENCOR 401(a) Special Pay Plan. For more information on the BENCOR 401(a) Special Pay Plan, please click here. To contact BENCOR, please see the following brochure.

Change of Address: Before you leave the college, if you are moving, please update your address through Employee Self-Service by logging on to SCF Connect. This will ensure that your W2 will be sent to the correct address at tax time.

Retirement Accounts: If you contributed to any supplemental retirement accounts (beyond FRS), contact information will be provided in your benefits exit meeting. 

Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) Information: You will receive COBRA information from the Benefits Coordinator at your exit meeting. Basic COBRA information may be found by clicking here

Questions about COBRA Continuation Coverage, and notification of any changes in status or changes in address, should be directed to the Plan Administrator at the address below:

PayFlex

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday, 7:00am - 7:00pm (CT)
Saturday, 9:00am - 2:00pm (CT)

Mailing/Overnight

Address:

PayFlex Systems USA, Inc.
10802 Farnam Drive, Suite 100
Omaha, NE 68154

Claims Address:

PayFlex Systems USA, Inc.
Flex Dept.
P.O. Box 3039
Omaha, NE 68103-3039

Customer Service (Toll Free):

(800) 284-4885

General FAX:

(402) 231-4300

Claims FAX:

(402) 231-4310

Electing COBRA Continuation Coverage

  • Under the law, you or your family member have at least 60 DAYS from the date the coverage provided under your plan would end because of one of the qualifying events TO ELECT COBRA Continuation Coverage.
  • If you elect COBRA Continuation Coverage, the coverage provided would be identical to that provided to similarly situated employees or family members. This means that if coverage for similarly situated employees or family members is modified, your coverage will be modified.
  • If you do not elect COBRA Continuation Coverage on a timely basis, your group health coverage will end.
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