Human Resources and Payroll

Life/Work Connections

 

The Retirement Connection

What is The Retirement Connection?

Our interest in faculty and staff doesn't end upon retirement. The Retirement Connection is Mason's way of inviting you to keep in touch with your Mason community and colleagues after you retire.  Launched in 2004, the Retirement Connection begins within a few weeks of your retirement. Each eligible Mason retiree receives a retirement package containing an array of items generously donated by various University departments. It includes:

In addition, retirees are encouraged to obtain the Mason Retiree ID card which affords the holder the same privileges enjoyed with their current Mason ID and which has no expiration date.  Additionally retirees:

We hope you will consider joining us to:

In short, we invite our retirees to stay connected to Mason on your terms. When, where, and how you want.

What's Happening at Mason?

Today at Mason

Faculty Staff News
Building Patriot Pride (Construction at Mason)

Mason Spirit, for alumni and friends of George Mason University

Mason Gazette (archive)

Sports and the Arts

Center for the Arts

Hylton Peforming Arts Center
EagleBank Arena
Mason Athletics

Mason Recreation

Freedom Center (SciTech)

Educational Opportunities

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)

Encore Learning

Course Catalog
University Libraries

Senior citizen waiver program at Mason (University Registrar; age 60+; conditions apply)

Learning Solutions FAQ (including senior citizen waiver)

Emeriti Faculty Resources

Emeriti Faculty Research Room, Fenwick Library
Policies and Procedures (updated 4/2012)
Department Chair Memo

Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

Work (Jobs at Mason after a bona fide break in service)

Mason Speakers (Retirees are welcome using the Faculty/Staff participation form)
Mason Retired Faculty Association

Handy to Have Mason Related Links

Mason Dining

Moving and Relocation Services

Parking
Transportation

Life/Work Connections Discounts