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Retirement Plan - Employees
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Section 6 - Retirement Dates And Eligibility For Retirement Pension - Retirement Dates And Eligibility For Retirement Pension- Retirement Dates And Eligibility For Retirement Pension




6.01 General

For the purposes of this Plan, retirement dates of Members will always occur on the first day of the month.

6.02 Normal Retirement

The Normal Retirement Date of a Member shall be the commencement of the first of the month following the Member’s sixty-fifth (65th) birthday.

Except as otherwise provided herein, a Member shall retire from the service of the University at his/her Normal Retirement Date and shall thereupon be entitled to receive the retirement income earned as of the date of retirement determined in accordance with Section 7.01 hereof.

6.03 Postponed Retirement

A Member who attains his/her Normal Retirement Date may, by mutual agreement of the Member and the University, postpone retirement on a year-to-year basis for the purposes of the Plan, but in no event for more than two (2) years beyond the end of the month coincident with or immediately following his/her sixty-fifth (65) birthday.

In such event, the Member shall continue to contribute to the Plan pursuant to Section 3.01 hereof until his/her actual retirement date, and may, if he/she desires, make additional voluntary contributions pursuant to Section 3.04 hereof. Upon his/her actual retirement, he/she shall be entitled to receive a retirement income determined in accordance with Section 7.01 hereof.

6.04 Early Retirement

A Member who is within 10 years of his/her Normal Retirement Date may elect to retire early and receive a reduced immediate pension as described in Section 7.04.

6.05 Disability Retirement

Should a Member suffer a Total and Permanent Disability, he/she may retire or be retired at any time prior to his/her Normal Retirement Date, provided he/she has:

(1) completed at least 15 years of Continuous Service; and

(2) attained age 50; and

(3) is not eligible or expected to be eligible in the future to receive salary continuance benefits under any insured plan sponsored by the University.

In the event of disability retirement, the Member shall be entitled to receive a retirement income determined in accordance with Section 7.04 hereof.





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