Resources for Retirees
Boston University recognizes the importance and commitment of the faculty and staff who dedicated many years of their lives to furthering the goals of the University. In 1989, the Society of Retired Faculty and Staff was formed and approved by then-president John Silber. This organization, led by its own Board of Directors and working with Human Resources as liaison with other departments, plans and prepares events that enable University retirees to stay connected with their colleagues and friends—both past and present.
The goal of the Society is to foster a continuing relationship of former employees with the University and make the University’s resources available to its members so they can continue to be a part of this dynamic and ever-changing institution.
- Sign up for your daily dose of BU! Visit BU Today and select “Subscribe to E-mail” to sign up for daily e-mails from Boston University’s online resource.
- Take a course or go to a lecture offered through Boston University’s Evergreen Program, which offers a comprehensive lecture series. As a member of the Society for Retired Faculty and Staff you only pay 50 percent of the fee!
- To see what other retirees are doing, visit the American Association for Retired Persons website.
- For information about Medicare, visit the Medicare website
- Consumer information: http://consumeraction.gov
- Information about national parks: www.nps.gov