Baylor Retirement Plan - 403(b)

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Baylor Retirement Plan - 403(b)

Baylor University provides eligible employees a retirement plan benefit to assist in planning for retirement needs. The Baylor Retirement Plan (BRP or the "Plan") is a 403(b) plan. Baylor University, at its sole discretion, may provide a defined contribution to eligible participants. In addition, eligible participants may make voluntary contributions into the Plan on either a pre-tax or after-tax basis. Details are outlined in the document links below.

Eligibility Requirements

Full-time faculty and staff members who are at least 21 years of age, and have completed one year of service with an accredited college or university will be eligible to enroll into the Plan.

Part-time faculty and staff members who are at least 21 years of age, and who have either worked the equivalent of 1,000 hours during their first year of employment with the university, or who have worked the equivalent of 1,000 hours during a subsequent calendar year will be eligible to enroll into the Plan.

Please refer to the BRP Summary of Plan Provisions for details on those employees who are not eligible for the Baylor discretionary contribution.

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403(b) Retirement Forms

If you are wanting to contribute into your retirement account, please complete the form below.

Salary Reduction Agreement (SRA) Online Form

For the Baylor discretionary contribution, if you satisfy the age requirement, but have not satisfied the service requirement, then you will need to complete the Prior University Work Experience Form to receive partial credit towards the one year of service requirement.

Contribution Limits for 2022: Basic is $20,500 and Over 50 is $6,500 (for Over 50: $20,500 + $6,500 = $27,000 total limit)

TIAA Contact Information

Schedule an Appointment with CAPTRUST

Scheduling an appointment with CAPTRUST gives you access to receive free, unbiased financial advice regarding your Baylor Retirement Plan investment choices.

Schedule a CAPTRUST Appointment

Questions?

If you have additional questions about the Baylor Retirement Plan - 403(b), please email askHR@baylor.edu.