The St. John’s University Retirees Association was created to
allow former St. John’s employees to stay connected to each other
and the University. Membership is open to
all employees who have retired from St. John’s. Spouses of retired
employees are also eligible for membership.
Rev. Joseph V. Daly, C.M. ’73G, ’75GEd, Special Assistant to the
President, serves as Moderator.
The Division of Institutional
Advancement and the Office of Human Resources work closely to
ensure that our retirees remain active participants within the
University community. All members are invited to take advantage of
a variety of benefits designed to enhance their lives socially,
culturally and educationally. Those benefits, which are coordinated
by the Office of Gift Planning of the
Division of Institutional Advancement, include:
- A variety of social events, including two
annual complimentary luncheons, traditionally held on the Queens
campus during the months of April and October, and an annual day
trip to an interesting location within the greater New York
- A semi-annual Retirees Association newsletter containing
information regarding University updates, upcoming events, estate
and financial planning information and other materials of interest
to our members.
There are also additional benefits for retirees
that are administered by the Office of Human Resources.
- Private counseling sessions with representatives from TIAA-CREF
and Fidelity. Please call the Human Resources Benefits Office at
(718) 990-2077 to schedule an appointment
Please note that membership cards are no longer valid and are
not being distributed.
Click here to become a member
of the St. John’s University Retirees Association.
For additional information, please contact Erin Kinney, Gift
Planning Assistant, Office of Gift Planning, at (718) 990-8423 or