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The materials below consist of regulations of the State University of New York Board of Trustees. However, it is not the Official Compilation of the Codes, Rules, and Regulations of the State of New York. Readers are advised to refer to the Official Compilation ( 8 NYCRR Part et seq )in case of questions.

PART 339

RETIREMENT

Sec.

TITLE A – MEMBERSHIP IN RETIREMENT SYSTEMS

339.1

Requirement

TITLE B – VOLUNTARY RETIREMENT

339.2

Notice

TITLE C – RETIREMENT FOR PHYSICAL OR MENTAL INCAPACITY

339.3

Policy

TITLE D – PRIVILEGES AFTER RETIREMENT

339.4

Emeritus status

339.5

Privileges

TITLE A – MEMBERSHIP IN RETIREMENT SYSTEMS

§ 339.1 Requirement.

Members of the professional staff, other than persons having temporary appointments, shall, if eligible, become members of either the New York State Employees Retirement System or the New York State Teachers Retirement System, or shall elect the optional retirement program.

TITLE B – VOLUNTARY RETIREMENT

§ 339.2 Notice.

Members of the professional staff who wish to retire at an age earlier than 70 under the provisions of the retirement systems of which they are members shall, prior to applying for such retirement, notify and consult with the chief administrative officer of the college concerned with respect to the effective date of such retirement.

TITLE C – RETIREMENT FOR PHYSICAL OR MENTAL INCAPACITY

§ 339.3 Policy.

Professional staff employees may be retired and their services terminated by the board of trustees, after receipt of the recommendation of the chancellor and upon medical advice, for mental or physical incapacity which prevents such persons from adequately performing their duties.

TITLE D – PRIVILEGES AFTER RETIREMENT

§ 339.4 Emeritus status.

Members of the University faculty who retire in good standing, in accordance with the provisions of Title B or C of this Part shall be entitled to append the term Emeritus to the title of their academic or administrative post after the time of retirement.