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UC Retirees: Advocates, Ambassadors, Assets

Read the CUCRA report that highlights the accomplishments and activities of UC retirees.  In the words of one retiree, "I'm retired from working, but not retired from living."

To read the UC Retirees: Advocates, Ambassasors, Assets report, please click here.

New! UCRRA By-Laws

Attached, you will find the UCRRA Bylaws with the most recent changes which include:

  • Article IV, Dues, Membership Types, and Charges – Changing the dates of the fiscal year from July 1 through June 30 of the following year.
  • Article VI – Officers –
    • Vice President – shall approve all checks and disbursements in the amount of $1,000.00 or more.
    • Treasurer – can sign all checks; all disbursements and checks in the amount of $1,000 or more shall be submitted in writing to the Vice President for approval
    • Treasurer – will work closely with UCRRA staff in the processing of membership applications, and with UCRRA staff, is responsible for ensuring an accurate current record of UCRRA membership.

To view the updated UCRRA by-laws, please click here.

Medicare Retirees - IRS Form 1095 for 2016

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is the responsible entity for issuing 1095 forms for all individuals on Medicare, including UC retirees enrolled in UC-sponsored Medicare plans or in Medicare plans through OneExchange.

  • Medicare retirees who meet the following criteria will have a 1095-B form mailed directly to them from CMS.
    • Beneficiaries under the age of 65 with Medicare Part A;
    • Beneficiaries who enrolled in Medicare Part A for the first time in 2016; or
    • Beneficiaries who had Medicare Part A Coverage for part of 2016.
  • Medicare retirees who do not meet the criteria above will not receive 1095B forms from CMS and are instructed to check a box on their tax return to indicate that they had health coverage (similar to last year).

For more information, visit UCNET: Availability of IRS Form 1095 website.

UCR Wellness Program

UC Riverside cares about the health of its entire campus community. The University offers a variety of programs, policies & guidelines, and services.

Learn more about the program

UCR OSHER Program

Ignite your passion for learning by taking a course through UC Riverside Extension’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI). The first year of membership is free for UCR retirees.

Learn About the OSHER Program View & print the course catalog

Retiree and Emeriti Enhanced Parking Program

If you are a lifetime member or a current annual dues paying member of the UCRRA or the UCREA, you can obtain a free enhanced parking permit as part of your membership.

The enhanced parking permit will allow you to park on campus in the Red spaces in lots 6, 13, and 24, the Blue spaces in lot 1, and in any non-resident parking spot in the Bannockburn parking lot.  You can obtain your new enhanced Retiree and Emeriti  Parking Permit from Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) office at 683 Linden St.  

You will need to show an ID and TAPS staff will verify that you are either a lifetime UCRRA member or have paid your UCRRA membership dues for 2017-2018.  Retirees on a recall appointment are not eligible to receive the enhanced  parking permit.  TAPS staff will also provide maps to show you the exact location of retiree parking lots and spaces.  

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General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

Contact Information

Human Resources
1201 University Avenue, Suite 208

Tel: (951) 827-3195
Fax: (951) 827-2672
E-mail: jorge.sanchez@ucr.edu

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