Information for Exiting Employees

Below, you will find many resources that can help ease your transition as you end your journey at UMKC. These resources include: the UMKC exit survey, helpful campus resources and general information.

Please contact your HRBP / Facilitator to discuss any questions you have regarding your exit from UMKC. We are here to assist you however we can to ensure that your departure from the university is as smooth as possible. Thank you for your service!

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Employee Discounts (Benefit Extras)

As a UMKC employee, there are many additional benefits you have that you may not be aware of. Benefit extras include a group of special benefits that provide you with various discounts and perks that you can take advantage of just for being a UMKC employee! These discounts are separated by category and offer perks to many venues, hotels and events around the city.

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Approaching Deadline: Caught in the Act, Random Acts of Wellness

Caught in the Act: Random Acts of Wellness Jan. 18th – Feb. 29th

Do you know a UMKC employee who is striving for a Culture of Health? This could look like sharing healthy snacks or recipes, walking during lunch break, using ergonomic friendly posture, or even increasing water intake. Whatever the healthy act, it is time to nominate these professionals for a Random Act of Wellness raffle. After entering a fellow employees name into the raffle, winners can receive prizes that promote health such as a Yoga ball. For more information follow this link: Caught in the Act Flyer

To nominate an employee you caught in the act of wellness, fill out this form: Caught in the Act Form 

Tax Form 1095-C Information

The 1095-C is titled “Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage.” The form was introduced in 2015. You receive the form from any employer required to offer health insurance coverage to you, your spouse, and/or other dependents for all or a portion of the tax year, whether you enrolled in the employer’s coverage or not.

Generally speaking, if you were eligible for University insurance during all or a portion of the tax year, the UM System will provide Form 1095-C to you. You can choose to receive it electronically through myHR by electing the e-consent option, otherwise the form will be mailed to you through USPS at your home address. It is important that you share it with any listed covered dependents who are filing a tax return separately from you. Box 15 of the form will indicate the monthly premium for the least costly insurance plan offered by UM, whether you chose that plan or not, so this amount may not match the actual premium amount deducted from your paycheck.

Your Form 1095-C will be available by the IRS deadline each year. You do not need to wait until Form 1095-C arrives to complete your taxes. UM cannot provide tax advice. To learn more, we recommend you consult a tax advisor or read the IRS’ FAQs about this form and whether it is necessary to wait.

More information about Form 1095-C is available from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ( Or, access FAQs about Form 1095-C on the FAQ web app