CU helps eligible employees save for retirement, by generously contributing to a Mandatory Retirement Plan. CU also provides eligible employees with the opportunity to bolster their retirement savings with Voluntary Plan options.
|Retirement Plans||Plan Administrator||Plan Administrator|
|University Retirement Plans (URP)|
|University of Colorado 401(a) - Mandatory Plan||TIAA||www.tiaa.org/cu
|University of Colorado 403(b) - Voluntary Plan||TIAA|
|PERA Defined Benefit (DB) - Mandatory Plan||PERA||www.copera.org
Toll Free: 1-800-759-7372
|PERA Defined Contribution (DC) - Voluntary Plan
(new hire/newly eligible 1/1/19 or later may be eligible)
|PERA 401(k) - Voluntary Plan||PERA/Voya|
|PERA 457 - Voluntary Plan||PERA/Voya|
*Benefits Eligibility Matrix - details job codes and classifications and their corresponding eligible benefits.
Understand the basics of a Defined Contribution and a Defined Benefit Retirement Plan to make the best decision for your financial future.
Mandatory for eligible employees
Voluntary for all employees
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