There is a lot to consider as you are approaching retirement. This page is designed to provide you with a wealth of information as a retiree of the University of Pittsburgh.
The good news is that the administrative process is not that difficult and the best news is that the University of Pittsburgh provides a very substantial retiree benefits package to its eligible retirees and their eligible spouse or domestic partner. Surveys indicate that the University’s retirement benefits are amongst the best in the country amongst similar institutions. Pitt has been identified as an AARP Best Employers for Workers Over 50 Award numerous times. This recognition is due in part to the benefits provided by the University.
Benefits and Summary Guides
The benefits available to you depend upon the age at which you retire. Please review the details contained on this website. Contact information and tools are provided to assist you along the way.
A summary guide to retiree benefits is available to retired faculty and staff, including eligibility, actions steps, and contact information, as well as a helpful tools list that include a PowerPoint presentation and a retirement checklist.
Summary Guide to Benefits (Plan Year 2019 - 2020)
This guide outlines the medical, dental, and vision plans available to you as a Pre-65 retiree/spouse/domestic partner.
Post-65 Retiree Summary Guide (January 1 - December 31, 2019): Online | PDF
This guide includes information about retiring from the University, enrolling in retiree benefits, and more as a Post-65 retiree for calendar year 2019.
Post-65 Retiree Summary Guide (January 1 - December 31, 2020): Online | PDF
This guide includes information about retiring from the University, enrolling in retiree benefits, and more as a Post-65 retiree for calendar year 2020.