Skip to Main Content

The ERRC is working remotely until further notice. Visit our Connecting During Covid section to start exploring virtual experiences, digital performances and resources that you can enjoy from home. We are in this together.

Emeriti Retirees Relations Center

The UCLA Emeriti/Retirees Relations Center serves the retired faculty and staff communities through advocacy, education and personalized services pre- and post- retirement, creates strategic partnerships between the university, emeriti and retirees, and seeks to enrich the quality of life in retirement at UCLA. The ERRC, an advocate and supporter of UCLA retirees since 1969.

Discover UCLA Community Partnerships

Staff and Faculty Retirement Resources

Path Forward to Retirement for Faculty

Faculty members who are considering retirement as well as those who have already retired can check out these links to learn about the path they can take to retirement.

Path Forward to Retirement for Staff

In partnership with UCLA’s Campus Human Resources, we are pleased to offer a new three-part workshop series to help UCLA staff navigate the road to this next life chapter

Quick Links

ERRC e-Newsletter

Sign up to receive ERRC e-Newsletters

UC "New Dimensions" Newsletter

New Dimensions is published by University of California Human Resources to provide news and information to UC retirees.

Fidelity

UC offers retirement services and tools to assist faculty and staff in career-long financial planning for retirement. You may register for financial education classes/workshops or you can schedule a one-on-one financial consultation with a Fidelity Investments Retirement Planner.

Sister Campuses Retirement Center Contacts

UC Retirement Centers serves the retired faculty and staff communities through advocacy, education and personalized services pre- and post- retirement, creates strategic partnerships between campuses and the Office of the President

Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC)

The Retirement Administration Service Center (RASC) at UC Office of the President (Oakland, CA) supports members of the University as they transition into retirement and with life events beyond work, including University of California Retirement Plan (UCRP) retirement income, UCRP disability income, survivor benefits, and UC-sponsored health and welfare benefits.

RASC Contact

You can contact RASC Customer Service by phone or online for help with benefits and retirement questions. The following is the contact information:
800-888-8267 (extension 3, retirement counseling; extension 4, customer service; extension 5, password resets;)
510-987-0200 (from outside the U.S.)
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. (PT).
To contact RASC click on this card.

UCLA Parking Services

Please refer to the below campus parking maps to find a parking structure convenient to your destination on campus, including accessible parking spaces.

Campus Parking Map

Interactive Campus Map

Emeriti and Staff Retiree Instructions

 

News & Media

  • Report shows UC retirees make valuable contributions to UC

    2020 Survey: http://cucra.ucsd.edu/survey/2020/CUCRA-2020-Survey-Report.pdf

    2016 Survey: http://cucra.ucsd.edu/survey/RetireeSurveyReport.pdf

    These surveys highlight the accomplishments and activities of University of California retirees who responded.
    The report describes the extent to which respondents remained committed to UC's mission, volunteering in their communities and for UC, providing professional services, publishing written works, caregiving and more. For many of these retirees, retirement did not signal a break from the University, but rather a shift in the relationship.

  • Ayesha Dixon and Dr. Brandon Koretz How we can embrace our aging population during COVID-19 and beyond

    The current pandemic means members of our vulnerable aging population are more cut off than usual. Many are suffering from food insecurity, loneliness and isolation. Ayesha Dixon, Director of UCLA Emeriti/Retirees Relations Center, speaks with Dr. Brandon Koretz, co-chief of UCLA’s geriatric medicine division, about how we can come together to face these challenges, raise awareness and address disparities. They will also discuss the broad benefits of intergenerational societies that effectively integrate the aging population into communities.

    The current pandemic means members of our vulnerable aging population are more cut off than usual. Many are suffering from food insecurity, loneliness and isolation. Ayesha Dixon, Director of UCLA Emeriti/Retirees Relations Center, speaks with Dr. Brandon Koretz, co-chief of UCLA’s geriatric medicine division, about how we can come together to face these challenges, raise awareness and address disparities. They will also discuss the broad benefits of intergenerational societies that effectively integrate the aging population into communities.

  • Older Adults and Well-Being 6 feet apart: episode 6

    This current moment of social distancing is particularly hard on the populations most vulnerable to isolation and loneliness like older adults, people with disabilities and those with mobility issues. Social isolation among older adults is a serious public health concern that we are even more worried about during this pandemic.

  • Covid education For those most vulnerable to COVID-19, quarantine is a time of heightened vigilance

    Ayesha Dixon, director of the UCLA Emeriti/Retiree Relations Center, said the office prioritized education and combating elderly isolation.