Join the College

Membership in the Emeritus College is available to those who have received emeritus status upon retiring from Arizona State University.

Membership Application

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Associate Membership is available to retired college and university faculty from other colleges and universities who have received official emeritus status from their former institution if it has accreditation standards similar to ASU's. Associate Members enjoy most of the benefits and opportunities that are offered to Members.

Associate Membership Application

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Have you moved lately? Changed your telephone number or email address? We would hate to lose touch with you. Please let us know your new contact information by filling out the on-line form linked below:

New contact information

 

Contribute to the Emeritus College

Contributions to the Emeritus College Endowment Fund can be made at the following ASU Foundation for a New American University link.

Welcome to the Emeritus College
at ASU

The Emeritus College is an
Opportunities Exchange
for Retired Scholars, Teachers and Artists.

"You can't retire from what you are."

THE EMERITUS COLLEGE MISSION

The Emeritus College is an official unit within the Provost's Office of Arizona State University whose members are retired ASU faculty who have been awarded emeritus status.

The purpose of the Emeritus College is to give a home and a focus to continued intellectual, creative and social engagement of emeritus faculty with the University.

The Emeritus College fosters and promotes the scholarly and creative lives of its members, prolonging fruitful engagement with and service to the University and the Community.

The Emeritus College provides the University a continued association with productive scientists, scholars and artists who have retired from their faculty positions but not from their disciplines.

A Place and a Purpose

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Emeritus Voices #16 Now on Line

The Spring, 2015, issue of Emeritus Voices is now on line for all to read. It features a restrospective of the first ten years of Emeritus College history by Founding Dean, Dick Jacob, as well as memories and appreciations of the College by several members. The issue also includes an interview with Professor Emeritus David Berman about his new book, George Hunt: Arizona's Crusading Seven-Term Governor. Additonal poetry, fiction, articles, reviews and artwork make this issue a delightful read.

The Emeritus College has its home in Old Main.

Come by and have a cup of coffee.

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Service Opportunities
in the Emeritus College

Members of the Emeritus College are always welcome around the College Center (Old Main 102) to assist in administering the College's many programs. If you are interested in serving in any of the following capacities, please contact Dean Bill Verdini.

College Council
Standing Committee:
           Membership
           Grants and Award
           University Emeritus Policy
           ByLaws
           Nominating
           Emeritus Faculty Fellowship
Symposium Committee
College Publications
Academy for Continued Learning
Academy for Writing

Emeritus College members assemble for their monthly colloquium.


Paul Burgess holds forth at a Short-Talk Luncheon