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Retirement

General Information

There is no longer a mandatory retirement age for faculty under provisions of PERS (Public Employee Retirement System).  However, full-time faculty unit employees may retire upon completion of five years of service and after reaching age 50. 

Pre-Retirement Reduction of Workload

Full-time faculty who have reached the age of 55 with ten years' service in the CSU (the last five in continuous full-time employment) may reduce their workload to 1/3, 1/2, or 2/3 time during the five years immediately preceding retirement.  Those participating in the reduction in workload program retain full retirement, health and other benefits normally provided full-time employees.  Faculty interested in this program should submit a written request to the Academic Personnel Office (AD-102) at least six months in advance of the effective date of the reduction in workload.

Resignation

Faculty not planning to return the following academic year should submit a letter of resignation to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and inform the department chair and college dean  as soon as possible.

Emeritus Status

Emeritus status is conferred upon a faculty, librarian, academic administrator or SSP,AR  who is retiring from service at the California State University, San Bernardino as a means of expressing appreciation for service to the institution.  To qualify for the title, a retiring candidate must have achieved the rank of Professor or the equivalent and served for a minimum of 7 consecutive years on this campus; or have served in the capacity of administrator on this campus for at least 7 years and retire directly from that post.