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Open Enrollment 2023

The UC Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC) is making big changes to make sure you get the help you need during UC’s Open Enrollment:

  1. Expanded customer service hours: Monday–Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (PT) Phone

    Domestic toll-free: 1-800-888-8267
    International callers: 1-510-987-0200
    Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (PT)

End of Life Tip -5: Coping Mechanisms

Every few weeks, the Retiree Center will present a new article in its End of Life tips series. While we know these are difficult discussions to have, our goal is to ensure our retirees get access to helpful information to help them plan safely for the inevitable. There are many ways to ensure the future includes and safeguards our individual hopes and wishes as life begins to change with increasing age.

End of Life Tip - 4: After the Death of a Loved one

Every few weeks, the Retiree Center will present a new article in its End of Life tips series. While we know these are difficult discussions to have, our goal is to ensure our retirees get access to helpful information to help them plan safely for the inevitable. There are many ways to ensure the future includes and safeguards our individual hopes and wishes as life begins to change with increasing age.

End of Life Tip - 3: Power of Attorney

Every few weeks, the Retiree Center will present a new article in its End of Life tips series. While we know these are difficult discussions to have, our goal is to ensure our retirees get access to helpful information to help them plan safely for the inevitable. There are many ways to ensure the future includes and safeguards our individual hopes and wishes as life begins to change with increasing age.

Welcoming New Retirees

Dear New Retirees-

Congratulations on a successful career at UC Davis. In your time at Davis, no matter the years of service, you’ve inevitably seen the campus grow and flourish with the support of your work and that of your colleagues. We’re so grateful for all you’ve contributed to make UC Davis the institution it is today.

Functions of the UC Davis Retiree Center

End of Life Tip - 2: Hospice Care

Tip to make End-of-life care easier – Hospice

Every few weeks, the Retiree Center will present a new article in its End of Life tips series. While we know these are difficult discussions to have, our goal is to ensure our retirees get access to helpful information to help them plan safely for the inevitable. There are many ways to ensure the future includes and safeguards our individual hopes and wishes as life begins to change with increasing age.

Tip to Make End-of-Life Care Easier

Tip to Make End-of-Life Care Easier

Every few weeks, the Retiree Center will present a new article in its End of Life tips series. While we know these are difficult discussions to have, our goal is to ensure our retirees get access to helpful information to help them plan safely for the inevitable. There are many ways to ensure the future includes and safeguards our individual hopes and wishes as life begins to change with increasing age.

UC Retirement Savings Plan update

UC Regents approve loans and withdrawals from UC Retirement Savings Program plans for those impacted by COVID-19

On May 21, 2020, the UC Board of Regents voted to implement provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) designed to make it easier for participants to access funds from their retirement savings plans.

Virtual Book Clubs and More

The Retiree Center staff has been busy thinking of ways to stay connected both to the university, and to one another. We've thought of two activities we can try: 1) a book club, and 2) a technology lesson on using Zoom meetings. We've prepared a short survey so that you can tell us if you would want to join us in either of these activities.

Updated Guidance for 2020 Retirees

Due to a shift to remote operations at the Retirement Administration Service Center due to COVID-19, new guidance has been issued for any employee seeking to retire between now and July 1st, 2020. Please review the PDF attachment below. 

Most importantly, the primary step to start the retirement process has changed due to RASC employees working remotely. We have linked the updated guidelines above (2 page PDF) but please note the following: