If you are a retiree or soon-to-be retiree, explore this collection of resources you may find valuable for your life beyond work.
Benefits & Rewards
When you are ready to retire, you will have to make some important decisions about your financial and health benefits. Use our retirement checklists to prepare for your important milestone.
The Tuition Grant Program helps you pay for the cost of an undergraduate college education for your eligible children. As an official retiree, you remain eligible for TGP if, prior to retirement, you met your service requirement.
The WorkLife Office provides a list of off campus resources to help you before and during retirement.
The FSHC offers workshops, discussion groups and counseling services in support of your mental health.
Stanford Wellness Programs, including BeWell and HIP, provide assistance and support for your ongoing health and well-being. This includes access to world-class exercise facilities and programs to help you reach and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The "sweet" perks and rewards at Stanford don't stop when you retire. The Stanford Golf Course, Cantor Art Center and Stanford Travel Service discounts are just a few of the many things to take advantage of throughout your retirement.
Learn & Grow
Stanford offers countless opportunities for continuing education, training and development.
Many of the workshops, trainings and other events for employees are also available to you as a retiree.
Each year, Stanford puts on many exciting events that provide fun and entertainment for the whole family.
Browse The Stanford Retiree Insideror Educated Choicesto stay current on what's happening at Stanford.
Ask questions, share tips and resources, and get valuable information from others by participating in an email community.
Spend time giving back to the Stanford community and greater Bay area.
Created by the Stanford Emeriti Council, this site provides an overview of benefits, services and resources available to emeriti.
This site focuses on policies, procedures and planning required both before and during retirement for members of the Stanford professoriate.