RetirementWest Virginia University has been selected the nation’s fifth best employer for workers aged 50 and more by the AARP in its 10th annual ranking.
WVU strives to provide employees with as many options as possible to maximize their retirement savings opportunities. To build even higher income for their retirement years, employees can make additional contributions to the Supplemental Retirement Plans. Employees employment at WVU is covered by Social Security, so Social Security benefits also may be part of their retirement income. Retiree health insurance is also available to those who meet the minimum retirement eligibility guidelines.
Retiree Forms Available at Employee Benefits Forms.Retirement Announcements & Updates
Resources and Information:
TIAA-CREF Market Update
WVU - TIAA-CREF Booklet “Choosing Your Investments”
TIAA-CREF Brokerage Service Now Available for Supplemental Plans!
TIAA-CREF Savings Simplifier Video Series* * NEW
The videos offer practical tips on how to improve your savings, including how to get started, how to get the most from your retirement plan and how not to run out of money in retirement.
TIAA-CREF Financial Education Series ** NEW
TIAA-CREF offers the “Know How Now: Financial Education Series”...... A simple way to help you increase your financial know-how, manage your money and achieve your goals.
TIAA-CREF Roth 403(b) Contribution Option Brochure
WVU - Roth 403(b) Contribution Option Information
Frequently Asked Questions
Retirement Roadmap Sessions
TIAA-CREF ( free) Financial Education Web Seminars
SRMountaineer Temps Employment Services
Retirement 401(a) Defined contribution Plan- TIAA-CREF and Great West
Supplemental Plans- 403(b), 457(b) and Roth 403(b)
Phased Retirement Program for Faculty and Staff