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2017 IRS Forms 1095-B & 1095-C Coming Soon

IRS Forms 1095-B and 1095-C for 2017 will be issued to all employees who are enrolled in an ACC health plan.  In addition, those who worked more than 30 hours per week in 2017 but do not have health coverage will receive a 1095-C from ACC.

The IRS Form 1095-C is issued by ACC and contains information about whether you were offered qualified and affordable health care coverage.  In addition, ACC employees who are enrolled in either the HealthSelect or Scott & White health plans through the ERS will receive an IRS Form 1095-B from their health plan. The IRS Form 1095-B reports if you and each of your covered dependents had health coverage with the plan during the year. The IRS Form 1095-B will come from your health carrier, Blue Cross Blue Shield or Scott & White HMO.

The forms provide information about your health coverage that employees use when completing their annual income tax filing.  The forms should be retained with your tax records, but do not need to be included with your filed tax return.

If you do not receive your IRS Form 1095-B by the end of February, or if you lose it, you can call your medical insurance provider toll-free to request another copy. Please see the contact information below:

  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (800) 252-8039 (TTY: 711) 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., CT Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m., CT Saturday.

  • Scott & White Health Plan: (800) 321-7947, TTY/TTD (800) 735-2989, 24 hours, seven days a week

If you do not receive your IRS Form 1095-C by mid-February, please contact the HR Benefits office at: or call Alisol Martinez at 512-223-7800.  For more information about the Affordable Care Act and the IRS Forms, click here

Roth 403(b) Accounts Now Available

Click here to learn more. 

Welcome to ACC Benefits

Austin Community College is committed to providing an employee benefits package that meets the needs of employees and their families. The benefit information provided here outlines the primary health, welfare, retirement and savings programs available to most part-time and full-time employees.  The specific benefits an employee is eligible for may vary based on the number of hours worked for ACC.  Additional information about these benefit programs, employees' share of the costs and applicable waiting periods is provided in this section of the HR website.

ACC reserves the right to change, alter, modify or terminate these benefit plans and practices, and the contributions for them, at any time without prior notice.  The plans and policies described here are governed by official plan documents and if there is any conflict between this information and the plan documents or policies, as amended, the plan documents and policies will be controlling.  This material is not a contract or guarantee of salary, benefits or employment with ACC.

General questions regarding benefits at ACC can be sent to

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