Retirement FAQ

Does UCPath affect UCLA retirees?

The only change that retirees will notice is that the At Your Service Online (AYSO) website will become your one-stop shop for accessing retirement information online.

I’m planning on retiring in the next few years. Will I be able to meet with a UCLA retirement counselor in Campus Human Resources or will I need to contact someone at the UCPath Center?

In-person retirement and pre-retirement counseling is held in high regard by UCLA’s faculty and staff members, and the service is one of the most popular benefits on campus. UCLA intends to continue to provide this resource through Campus Human Resources for the foreseeable future.

If you want to call the UCPath Center, you can. Staff there will be fully trained to answer your questions about retirement.

Will our retirement estimates still be accessible online as they are now?

Yes, on the At Your Service Online website.

Will our UCRP balance still be accessible online as it is now?

Yes, on the At Your Service Online website.

Updated: April 2016