University of Toronto

Office of the Vice-Provost, Faculty & Academic Life

Links

University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) Retirees (space: access to the Ralph Campbell Lounge)              

University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Retirees (space: Room 3137 of the Davis Building)

UTM’s Academic Retiree Centre is located in Room 3137 of the Davis Building.  The room, designed to give retired faculty a space on campus to work and to socialize and is outfitted with computers and workstations, lockers, and meeting space.  For access to the space, please contact Lynn Snowden at lynn.snowden@utoronto.ca or at 905-828-3971.  Lynn can provide you with information about the space, an access code to the room, and a combination lock for a private locker.  We hope that you will take advantage of this space while you’re on campus.

University of Toronto Academic Administrative Procedures Manual – Retirement

University of Toronto Vice-President and Provost: Retirement Information and Resources
Includes:  Obtaining Pension Estimates; Financial Counselling.

  • Weblink to Retirement Information Session for Faculty and Librarians held on April 23, 2009 with presentations by Paul McCann (Acting Director, Academic Human Resources), Doug Creelman (President, RALUT), Allan Shapira (Hewitt Associates), Steve Dyce (Director, Benefits, Pensions and Information Reporting) and Richard Ashmore (Pensions Specialist).


U of T
Policy on Emeritus / Emerita Status

U of T Pensions: Details for Faculty and Librarians

U of T Pension Services: Your Benefits Resources Log On (Call 1-888-852-2559 to set up your User ID and Password)

U of T Policies: Account Deletion of Network Services Accounts (UTORmail and UTORdial)

RALUT: Retired Academics and Librarians of the University of Toronto

Service Canada: a checklist of the most popular federal programs that you may want to apply for to support your retirement, including Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

Canada Benefits canadabenefits.gc.ca The website’s “Benefits Finder” provides customized lists of federal and provincial programs and services.

Ontario: Drug Benefit Plan, Annual Eye Exam, PhysiotherapyOHIP PublicationsShort Absences from Ontario, Seniors’ Care Services, Community Care Access Centre Fact Sheet

List of Government Programs for Seniors

AWBC / USFC Academics Without Borders Canada Universitaires sans frontières Canada

AROHE Association of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education

CURAC College and University Retiree Associations of Canada

CUWFA College and University Work-Life-Family Association

United Nations Program on Ageing