Retiree's Resources
Eligibility

To retire from Baylor University, you must have attained age 55. Benefits eligibility will be determined by the number of service years a faculty or staff member has worked at Baylor. Time spent as a temporary employee is not included. There are 5 retiree classifications.

Retiree Classifications:

Grandfathered Retiree I - Those faculty/staff members who separate from service with 20 or more years of service as of May 31, 2007. Click here for benefits information.

Retiree I - Those faculty/staff members who separate from service with 10 or more years of continuous full-time service at Baylor University. Click here for benefits information.

Retiree II -Those faculty/staff members who separate from service with more than 5, but less than 10 years of continuous full-time service at Baylor University. Click here for benefits information.

Retiree III - Those faculty/staff members who separate from service and are of retirement age but have not completed 5 or more years of continuous full-time service at Baylor. There are no additional benefits for Retiree III designation. The Retiree III may continue medical/dental insurance for up to 18 months on continuation of coverage at the full cost of premiums.

Retiree IV- Those faculty/staff members who separate from service and are of retirement age and have completed at least 10 years of continuous regular part-time service at Baylor University. Click here for benefits information.