Programs and Opportunities
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Chancellor and Mrs. Dan Jones invited all retired faculty, staff, and guests to dinner Tuesday, May 19, 2015.
A panel presentation featuring PERS Executive Director Mrs. Pat Robertson, Representative Brad Mayo, and Senator Gray Tollison was held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015 at the Inn in the Ole Miss Ballroom
A holiday potluck brunch was held Saturday, December 13, 2014, with guest speakers Ross Bjork and Warner Alford.
Retirees toured the Medicinal Plant Gardens on October 10.
Chancellor and Mrs. Dan Jones invited all retired faculty, staff, and guests to dinner May 22 at Carrier House.
Former Chancellor Robert Khayat was guest speaker at the December 7 party.
A panel presentation was held September 17, 2013, featuring Mrs. Pat Robertson, PERS Executive Director, Representative Brad Mayo and Senator Gray Tollison. The PERS presentation is available here.
The Chancellor & Mrs. Dan Jones hosted a Dinner for the Ole Miss Retirees Association at their home "Carrier House" on May 23, 2013.
March 18, 2013 Mississippi legislators Brad Mayo and Grey Tollison addressed many important current issues being discussed in our Legislation with Ole Miss Retirees.
March 6, 2013 Chancellor Dan Jones presented a State of the University Report to the Ole Miss Retirees Association.
A Holiday Potluck Dinner was held December 1 the Triplett Alumni Center. Our thanks to the Ole Miss Alumni Association for their support, and to Ole Miss Catering for their contributions!
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Oxford historian and author Jack Lamar Mayfield spoke to the Retirees Association on November 1 about Oxford history.
The Retirees Association had a field trip/program on October 3 at Wildrose Kennel, owned by former UPD Chief, Mike Stewart and his wife, Cathy.
Photos by Barbara Smith.
Turner Center memberships
- The Turner Center will permit the spouse of a deceased retiree to continue h/her membership. They must complete a membership form at 214 Turner Center and pay the annual membership fee of $65.
- Several retirees said they are not required to pay an annual membership fee. Bill Kingery provided explanation stating that complimentary memberships were available to retirees (age 62 and older) when the Turner Center first opened. In 1997 the policy changed and retirees began paying the same membership fee as active employees. Those who initially received complimentary memberships were grandfathered in under the original policy.
J. D. Williams Library - emeritus retirees can check out materials for a 12 month period. All other retirees are considered community users and are only permitted to hold materials for 28 days.
University Police Department – per Linda Christian, the spouse of a deceased retiree is permitted to receive a decal (for a new vehicle) if h/her spouse had already been issued a retiree decal. Linda said they should have record on file if the spouse was previously issued a retiree decal. Under such circumstances, UPD will probably just ask to see the spouse’s ID (drivers’ license, etc).