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. Participants must not be eligible for Medicare or other employer group coverage.

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.