Need help navigating retirement? Here are some helpful links.
OSU HR Retirement Resources
The Office of Human Resources has a site dedicated to retirement. View their website to download the Decision Making Guide, view savings plans, preparation lists, PERS guide, health care options and much more.
Ways to stay connected to OSU
Stay connected and learn about faculty/staff fitness, the ID center, parking on campus and more!
Academy for Lifelong Learning
Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL), established in 2002, is a self-funded, peer-led, membership organization. ALL embraces learning as a lifelong process. As such, members support the Academy's objectives through their participation as students, as presenters, and generally in the successful operation of the program. In addition to the administrative body, the ALL Advisory Council, and the ALL Curriculum Committee, there are several other committees essential to the total effort. You do not need to be an OSU alumnus or retiree to be a member of ALL.
OSU Folk Club
The Oregon State University Folk Club was founded in 1908 to promote friendship among women throughout the university community. Over the years, the focus of the OSU Folk Club has expanded. In 1949, OSU Folk Club members opened the Thrift Shop in downtown Corvallis, offering household items and clothing at affordable prices. Revenue from this highly successful operation supports student scholarships ($46,200 in 2007-2008 and $50,400 in 2009) and the work of numerous community agencies ($35,000 in grants in 2007-2008).
Now in its 101st year, the OSU Folk Club continues to benefit the University and Corvallis communities and provides faculty women and wives/partners of faculty men with opportunities for involvement through its numerous programs and interest groups.
The Public Employees Retirement System website has a wealth of information for all retirees. This site is not affiliated with OSURA, any other organization or with PERS and is owned and operated by PERS retirees.
You can also join Oregon PERS Retirees Inc. to keep informed on PERS retirement issues.
Association of Oregon Faculties (AOF)
Association of Oregon Faculties is an association that represents and protects the interests of Oregon University System faculty and professional staff before the Oregon Legislature and various state agencies. Our primary goal is to increase the quality of the professional working environment.