Update: Starting May 28, 2020 your UWRP contributions will automatically increase to 10 percent when you reach age 50. If this isn’t right for you, contact Fidelity to reduce your contribution back to 7.5 percent.
Learn about Public Employees' Retirement System Plan 2 (PERS 2), eligibility, how to enroll, calculate your retirement benefit, vesting, and other details
Learn about Public Employees' Retirement System Plan 3 (PERS 3), eligibility, how to enroll, calculate your retirement benefit, your contributions, vesting, and other details.
Learn about Teachers’ Retirement System Plan 3 (TRS 3), how to enroll, calculate your retirement benefit, vesting, investment options, and other details
Learn about the Law Enforcement Officers’ and Fire Fighters’ (LEOFF) 2 retirement plan, including eligibility, how to enroll, contributions, and other details
There are two optional retirement plans you can join: UW VIP and the state's deferred compensation program
Both the UW Retirement Plan (UWRP) and the Voluntary Investment Program (VIP) are 403(b) plans and your participation in both means you must consider your total contributions when calculating the IRS limits.
Get financial advice by either attending a seminar or meeting with an investment professional
Continuing your insurance; Registering for retirement workshops; Making a plan for your retirement; Getting a retiree ID card; Cashing out sick leave; Reemployment
Information for existing members of PERS 1, TRS 1, and the UW Supplemental Retirement Plan.
The Committee has a fiduciary role in regard to both plans and is charged with operating exclusively in the best interests of the participants.