Contact the Ticket Office at 732-445-2766 for special rates to Rutgers University-New Brunswick Scarlet Knights athletic events. For information on Rutgers Scarlet Knights Athletics, visit the website.
Retirees are eligible to ride the Campus Bus System in the New Brunswick area. Call 732-932-7817 for more information or visit the Transportation Services website.
The Rutgers University Department of Fire and Emergency Services offers a National Safety Council defensive driving course that provides an auto insurance discount to drivers who successfully complete the program. The discount remains in effect for 3 years and is renewable by retaking the course. Check with your auto insurance company to ascertain the amount of savings. To register, call 732-445-4902.
Retirees may use the university dining halls by presenting their Retiree Photo ID Card. For information about dining services, visit the Dining Services website.
Retirees with at least 10 years of pension-credited service at Rutgers University may be granted access to a guest email account, which includes a listing in the Rutgers online directory. In order to establish a guest email and NetID, retirees must be sponsored by a full-time Rutgers faculty or staff member. For access to the online application, sponsoring departments should visit the Campus Computing Services website.
Retirees may use the Rutgers golf course by presenting their Retiree Photo ID Card. Reduced rates are available during the week. Call 732-445-2631 for more information or visit the website.
Learning Resource Center
Retirees can take advantage of all Learning Resource Center services, including tutoring for college courses, assistance in developing time management, and other academic strategies, free of charge. For more information, call 856-225-6442 (Camden), 732-932-1660 (Cook/Douglass), 732-932-1443 (College Avenue), or 973-353-5608 (Newark).
Retirees may use their Retiree Photo ID Card to obtain library privileges.
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 the OLLI-RU website.
As a retiree, you are able to continue parking in any of the common (non-gated) faculty\staff parking lots without having to purchase a parking permit. Email Transportation Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line is retiree parking. In the email include your full name and the make, model, color, license plate and state of the vehicle you park on campus along with any updated address information. An electronic note will be placed on the vehicle so that it is not ticketed. You will not be issued a hangtag or sticker. The note is valid for two years. The parking permit is renewable, however, it is the responsibility of the retiree to maintain a record of the expiration/renewal date. Any change to your vehicle information must be reported to Transportation Services. Only those faculty\staff who are retired and are no longer on payroll are eligible. If you are retired and are in any other paid position, you must pay for your parking permit according to your current affiliation. Retiree parking is not valid on game days.
To qualify for the Emeritus designation, full-time legacy Rutgers professors must meet any one of the following criteria: retire with a minimum of 10 years of university service, or have a minimum of 5 years of university service plus a sufficient number of years in a professional capacity with an accredited university or college totaling at least 10 years. Designees will receive an Emeritus certificate from the president.
Retirees may use recreational facilities by presenting their Retiree Photo ID Card. A user fee may apply for some activities. For more information call 732-445-0462, (New Brunswick), 973-353-5474 (Newark), or 856-225-6197 (Camden).
Retiree Photo ID Card
To obtain your Retiree RUconnection Card, your retired status must be verified by University Human Resources in the HCM system. For more information, please contact the RFSA, visit the RUConnection Card Office website, or send an email to IDquestions@aps.rutgers.edu.
Rutgers Cinema is pleased to offer tickets at a discounted price to Rutgers retirees. Discounts will not be honored unless a current, valid Rutgers Retiree Photo ID is presented upon retrieving tickets at the theater. For more information, please visit their website at rutgerscinema.com or by calling 848-445-1124
Memberships are available for all Rutgers retirees for a $25 yearly fee ($12.50 for a half year membership beginning in July). Membership includes reciprocity with over 100 University Clubs throughout the world. Having a Rutgers Club membership also entitles retirees to book an event for your next party or gathering and also allows for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. For additional information, please call 848-932-7139.
Rutgers Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
Services are available upon presentation of the Retiree Photo ID Card. Call 848-932-3020 or visit the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program website for more information.
Rutgers Federal Credit Union
Retirees may retain their accounts in the Rutgers Federal Credit Union and may join even if not previously a member. For more information, call 732-932-7645 (College Avenue), 732-445-3050 (Busch), or 973-353-1353 (Newark) or visit the credit union website.
Senior Citizen Audit Program
This special program was created by the Rutgers University Board of Governors to permit retired New Jersey residents, age 62 or older, to attend courses on a space-available, noncredit basis. There are no tuition costs for auditing courses. For more information, visit the University Relations website.
Retired employees may qualify for tuition remission for themselves and their dependent children if they retired from a full-time, regularly appointed legacy Rutgers position under the terms of a university retirement program after 25 years of Rutgers employment, or after attaining age 60 with a minimum of 10 years of Rutgers employment. Consult the University Policy Library for details.