You've been saving for retirement all these years and now the time has finally come. You are ready to retire, but where do you start? In order to officially retire from Georgetown and receive retiree medical, dental and life insurance benefits, you must have reached age 55 and completeed 10 years of continuous, full-time service. Once you have made the descision to stop working, there are still many decisions to make. We have gathered a number of resources to help you on your way, and strongly encourage you to attend a Retirement Orientation session.
These comprehensive orientation sessions cover every aspect of your retirement from Georgetown, provide the opportunity for you to ask questions and hear others' questions that you may not have thought to ask. Orientations are generally held the second Wednesday of each month and rotate between the Main Campus, Law Center and Wisconsin Avenue locations. Please register if you plan to attend so that we can ensure there are enough seats and materials for everyone.