Retirees

Contacts

Contact Information Responsibilities/Information
Debra Martin, Emeriti/Retiree Center Coordinator
805.893.2168

General questions

Updating retiree contact information

Supplying Emeriti or Retiree ID cards

Publishing Emeriti/Retirees Newsletters

Updating retired faculty and staff via e-mail notices throughout the year

Hours:  Mon – Thurs, 8:00 to 1:00

 

Barbara Anderson, President, UCSB Retirees Association

The Retirees Association offers a wide variety of programs for fun and information, enabling retired staff to maintain old and develop new friendships. The association keeps abreast of changes to retiree benefits and sends representatives to attend meetings of the system-wide Council of University of California Retiree Associations (CUCRA).

W. Douglas Morgan, President, UCSB Emeriti Association

The Emeriti Association undertakes to advance the general welfare of retired faculty. The Association serves as representative and advocate for emeriti through a committee of the local Academic Senate and the system-wide Council of University of California Emeriti Associations (CUCEA).

Rebecca Preza, Health Care Facilitator
805.893.4201

Health insurance information and education

Help with health insurance problems

Medicare coordination with UC medical plans

 Council of University of California Emeriti Associations (CUCEA)

Since its founding in 1987, the Council of University of California Emeriti Associations (CUCEA) has fostered close and mutually supportive relations among its campus-based associations as well as with all levels of the University's governance. Acting statewide on behalf of the welfare and status of all UC emeriti, it presses for the protection, improvement and extension of a broad spectrum of benefits, such as good and affordable health care options, appropriate cost-of-living adjustments and enhanced academic privileges.

CUCEA website

 Council of University of California Retirees Associations [CUCRA]

The Council of UC Retiree Associations, with representatives from UC campuses, laboratories and the Office of the President, has the following mission: to propose and influence University and legislative actions on matters affecting retirees, subject to the direction of CUCRA on specific issues; to develop and maintain liaison with UC retiree associations on matters relating to UCRP and PERS.

CUCRA meets twice a year. Among its recent activities has been the development of the Health Care Facilitator program for the campuses.

CUCRA website

 

 Fidelity Retirement Services
1.866.682.7787

Retirement Savings Program

  • Defined Contribution Plan (DCP)
  • 403(b)
  • 457(b)

Register or log-in to your Fidelity account.

Debra Martin, Emeriti/Retiree Center Coordinator HR Travel Coordinator
805.893.2168

Emeriti/Retirees Center Coordinator

Front Desk Administration

 UC Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC)
1.800.888.8267

Hours:  8:30 am—4:30 pm (PT)

Efax: 1-800-792-5178

Mailing Address:

UC Retirement Administration Service Center
P.O. Box 24570
Oakland, CA 94623-1570

Online Contact Form

 

RASC Customer Service can help with the following questions and concerns:

Health and Insurance

- issues such as changing medical plans due to a move or Medicare questions

Life changes

- such as divorce or death of a family member and how they impact your benefits

Retirement and Savings questions

- such as how long you can keep money in your defined contribution account

Beneficiary updates

Bank account information for your direct deposit

Tax withholding changes

Address changes

Cost of Living adjustment