ID cards for retirees
When you retire, you’ll replace your employee Husky Card with one for retirees.
Use this card for a range of retiree privileges including access to campus amenities, such as the IMA and the library, free parking at some campus locations, discounted tickets with Husky sports, and other discounts — see the full list by downloading the retiree privileges brochure.
Get your retiree Husky Card
If you’re a newly retired employee, you’ll receive written notice from the UW Benefits Office that authorizes you to receive a retiree Husky Card.
Visit one of several Husky Card account and ID centers to have your photo taken and get a new card printed. To confirm your identity, you’ll need your employee ID number and another form of photo identification, such as a driver’s license or passport. Only one retiree card is available per household.
If you’ve lost your card and need to replace it, visit a Husky Card ID center to replace it.
Contact Benefits if you need to confirm whether you’re authorized to receive a retiree Husky Card
Husky Cards for surviving spouses and partners
If your spouse or partner was a UW retiree and has died, contact the Benefits office to request a retiree Husky Card in your name. The Benefits office will send you a written notice with a new ID number, which you can then use to get your own card from a Husky Card ID center.