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Membership (please scroll down to renew your membership)

Keep in touch with the University community, keep mentally and physically active, root for the Horns, and have a voice in UT policy affecting retirees by joining the UT Retired Faculty-Staff Association.

RFSA Membership Committee Meeting

Any faculty or staff member who has retired from UT and his or her spouse may become members of the Association. Membership is also available to retirees from other universities. Membership fees are waived for first year retirees, but every one else is asked to pay $25 for a single membership, and $35 for a joint membership. A three-year membership is now being offered for a discounted price of $70 for a single and $86 for a joint membership. Payment may be made by credit card.

Renew by September to be included in the updated Retired Faculty-Staff Membership Directory.

Members of the RFSA are invited to attend its three major get-togethers each year and reminisce with former colleagues as well as hear first-hand from University officials about current happenings.

As befitting an organization composed of active retirees, RFSA sponsors seven special interest groups, bridge, discussion, fine arts, financial/investments, exercise, health and travel, that are free for members and meet regularly throughout the year.

Members, including first-year retirees and non-members as well, are also encouraged to contribute to the Scholarship Fund, RFSA’s main service project, which helps support needy undergraduates, many of whom are often the first in their families to attend college. Donations are always welcome, but offerings are also often given to honor an acquaintance, to celebrate a special occasion such as a birthday or wedding or as a memorial. In the latter cases an acknowledgement will be sent to the recipient, and a letter for tax purposes is always sent to the giver. If you have any questions about the Scholarship Fund, please contact Carol Barrett.

Privileges of Membership

For details concerning the privileges of University of Texas at Austin retirees, please see the complete privileges list.

For information on joining the association, please contact Carol Barrett at 512-471-8081 or barrett@alumni.utexas.edu.

 

 

 


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