Updated: Oct. 2019
USU Emeritus Faculty* Benefits, Policies, and Procedures
*As appointed under Policy 401.6.
EMERITUS BENEFITS AT A GLANCE
(1) Retention and continued use of current usu.edu email account.
(2) Access to your USU Box account (box.usu.edu) can be continued on an as-requested
basis. If you desire to maintain or re-enable access to your Box account, please email
Megan Coster at email@example.com.
(3) Continued Bluezone, Eduroam, and VPN network access.
(4) Free Access to Campus Recreation facilities (HPER and Fieldhouse), and the Health and
(5) Free Parking Pass for designated campus parking lots. Visit department of Parking and
(6) IT Service support. Call 435-797-4357.
(7) Campus Store 10% discount with I.D. card.
(8) Aggie Express and Meal Plan privileges.
(9) Eligibility to join USU Emeriti Association. To join call the USU Alumni Association at
435-797-2055 or visit http://www.usu.edu/alumni/alumni_resources/emeriti_join.
ASSOCIATED USU POLICIES:
401.6 EMERITUS FACULTY
At the time of retirement and upon recommendation of the president and the approval of
the Board of Trustees, faculty members may be awarded the honorary rank of Emeritus
preceding their final academic rank.
361.4 PRIVILEGES AND BENEFITS OF RETIRED EMPLOYEES
In addition to the specific financial benefits associated with each of the retirement
programs, the following general privileges and benefits are available to all retired Utah
State University employees.
1) Reduced tuition registration for retired employees, their spouses, and dependent
children in classes offered by the University as outlined in the University's
Educational Benefits Policy #350.
2) Access to the University libraries and building facilities for personal study and
3) Access to USU’s Employee Wellness program.
361.3.1 RETIREMENT STATUS
An individual employee is considered to have official University retirement status when
the employee discontinues regular employment as a faculty or staff employee of the
University, and is:
• at least age 56 with a combined age and years of service that equals 75 or greater; or
• any age, with at least 30 years of service with the University; or