Pension and Retirement
Management and Professional Staff
Most Management and Professional Staff participate in the Universities Academic Pension Plan (UAPP). If your position is eligible to participate in the UAPP, you are automatically enrolled from your date of hire.
As part of the online self-service benefits enrolment, you will complete a UAPP Designation of Spouse and Non-Spouse Beneficiary Form form for the UAPP.
After you print and complete the applicable beneficiary form, return the signed original form as soon as possible to Human Resources - Total Rewards via campus mail. Alternatively, you can email a scan to email@example.com.
Within a month from the date of hire, a welcome email is sent by the UAPP administrator to new pension plan participants. The email details the features of the UAPP website including how to access the Retirement Planner, a secure on-line tool where members can estimate their pension benefits.
In This Section
Benefits at a Glance
These documents provide a general summary of group benefits, pension and other programs offered through employment with the University of Calgary.
Increasing Pensionable Service
Prior service refers to a period of service with your current or previous employer for which you wish to establish pension credits in the Universities Academic Pension Plan.
Preparing for Retirement
Various resources, programs, and processes are available to assist you when you are thinking about retiring.
Pension Benefits at Termination
Within six to eight weeks after your last day of employment, you will be mailed a pension options package from UAPP.