Retiree ID Card
Retirees may obtain a retiree id card in person by visiting one of our ID Card Management Locations:
- ID Offices
- Univ Human Resources57 US Hwy 1New Brunswick, NJ
- Blumenthal Hall, 3rd Floor, 249 University Avenue, Newark, NJ
- Camden Campus Center, Main Floor-Impact Booth, 326 Penn St, Camden, NJ
In order to receive your new retiree id card, you must present a government issued id, such as a driver’s license or passport. You are also required to return your old id card. The retiree id card provides access to recreational facilities and libraries.
RETIREE EMAIL ACCOUNT
Retirees may establish a retiree email account through Scarletmail. To set up your retiree email account, please visit netid.rutgers.edu. On the first screen, please select Service Activation. On the next screen, please choose ScarletApps. You will be prompted to confirm your netid and password. Once netid and password have been confirmed, you will receive a message indicating that your Scarletmail account has been established. Your new email address will be your email@example.com. For technical assistance in creating your scarletmail account, please contact the Rutgers OIT HelpDesk at 848-932-4357.
As a retiree, you may arrange for free retiree parking in any of the non-gated lots on campus. Your parking is initially valid for two years, and is renewable. To arrange your retiree parking, please visit DOTSHELP.rutgers.edu Select GET HELP to complete your request. Please be sure to provide your vehicle information (make, model, color of vehicle and license plate number). Assistance with retiree parking is also provided by contacting Michelle Brugnoli at the Rutgers Retired Faculty & Staff Center.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University (OLLI-RU) is for individuals over 50 who are looking for an opportunity to expand their horizons, learn in an engaging environment, and meet new friends. OLLI-RU offers noncredit education that is stimulating, friendly, and informal and there are no tests and no grades! You will be part of a learning community that is full of diversity, insight, wisdom, intellectual and cultural stimulation, and friendship. For additional information, visit https://olliru.rutgers.edu/.
Retired employees and their dependent children may qualify for tuition remission under the following conditions:
- Must be retired from a full-time regularly appointed position under the terms of a university retirement program after 25 years of Rutgers employment or after attaining age 60 with 10 or more years of Rutgers employment
- Children of retired employees must establish their eligibility each academic term
- Child must be the biological, adopted, or stepchild of the retired employee
- Child must be a retired employee’s dependent
- Child must have been the retired employee’s dependent prior to the effective date of retirement
- Must comply with all administrative and academic requirements
- Must be admitted to and enrolled in one of the undergraduate divisions of the university as a full-time or part-time student studying for his or her first baccalaureate degree