RetireesWhether you are getting ready for retirement or are already retired, resources on this site can help you better understand the benefits and opportunities available to University retirees.
Benefits for UCF Retirees
- I.D. Cards– A regular faculty/staff I.D. card may be exchanged for a retiree I.D. card at the time of retirement. These cards, which entitle retirees to all faculty and staff privileges that require possession of an I.D. card, are available at the UCF Card Office which is located across from the Bookstore.
- Parking– Members are eligible to receive free parking permits that allow parking anywhere on campus except in spaces set aside for the disabled, visitors, and reserved or metered parking spaces. Applications to renew the permits are mailed to members with the late summer/early fall newsletter.
- Library Privileges– Members retain library privileges. Special extended privileges may be requested from the Library for individual research projects.
- Campus Discounts– Members are entitled to a 10% discount on logo items upon presentation of their I.D. card at the UCF Bookstore. Special pricing on computers and software is available at the Computer Store.
- Email Access – Retirees may create a Knights Email any time prior to leaving UCF. Click here for information and FAQs.
What is the UCF Retirement Association?
The UCF Retirement Association (UCFRA) was established as a non-profit organization in 1989 through the efforts of recently retired personnel and the Human Resources Office, along with the support of Presidents Trevor Colbourn and Steven Altman. The Association was established to promote the general welfare of retirees and the campus community. The Constitution and By-laws of the Association were originally adopted on September 29, 1989.
The Association has two representatives on the UCF Benefits Committee – one representating faculty and one representing staff – to monitor proposed changes that may affect retirees.
For more information about the UCF Retirement Association, click here