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General Benefits and Services
Retirees who have purchased season athletic tickets for at least the last five years can continue to purchase tickets at the staff rate after retirement. The seating priority will remain the same. If tickets were previously sent to a campus office, the retiree must request the tickets be sent to a home address.
University of Iowa retirees are eligible to continue some IT services, such as Hawkmail (for a monthly charge) and purchase computers at a discount through the ITS Computer Purchase Program. Retirees may also contact the ITS Help Desk for any technology related issues or questions they may have. For more information about ITS services available to retirees see http://helpdesk.its.uiowa.edu/retirees or contact the ITS Help Desk by telephone, email, or in person.
The Division of Performing Arts is part of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and includes the Department of Theatre Arts, the Department of Dance, the School of Music, and Arts Share. The Division was established in July 2000 to foster collaboration and artistic exchange between artists in each of these fields and to heighten awareness of artistic and scholarly work.
The Division offers an annual
performance series including the Mainstage season of University
Theatres, the annual Dance Gala performance, selected School of
Music concerts and productions by the UI Martha-Ellen Tye Opera
Theater. Events are detailed in a Division of Performing Arts
brochure that is mailed to music, theater and dance patrons and
is also available at the Hancher Box Office, the UI Theatre
Building, Riverside Recital Hall, or from the division's
marketing office at 335-3016.
The Department of Theatre Arts presents several student and faculty productions in their Gallery and Workshop series as well as the Iowa New Play Festival. Tickets for these performances are available for a nominal fee at the door. Tickets for the Theatre Department's professional summer repertory season, Iowa Summer Rep are available through the Hancher Box Office beginning in April.
The Department of Dance offers an extensive season of concerts in Space Place Theater in North Hall. Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance through the Hancher Box Office (319-335-1160 or 1-800-HANCHER). For a complete listing of all Division of Performing Arts events:
Web site: http://performingarts.uiowa.edu/
To receive UI arts news by e-mail, contact email@example.com
There is a discount available for Senior Citizens (65 or older) on events. Contact the Hancher Box Office for further information. 335-1160.
Web site: http://www.hancher.uiowa.edu/
Retired employees of the university continue to have library privileges. Upon presentation of a current university identification card, materials may be borrowed and access to interlibrary loans is available as well as other reference and staff services. Retired faculty and staff have access to electronic library resources and databases on campus locations only. Off-campus access is not available, due to licensing restrictions.
Some UI departments provide office space for retired faculty, contingent upon availability of space. This option should be investigated on an individual basis with your department.
The 2008 Flood has left the
University of Iowa Museum of Art (UIMA) homeless -- it will not
go back to its old building on Riverside Drive. But UI President
Sally Mason has promised there will be a UIMA, and the support
of community donors and volunteers is more important than ever!
Faculty and select staff who have been granted emeritus status with the University of Iowa can apply for an emeritus parking permit.
Information regarding the permit and to check on elegibility can be obtained by contacting the Parking Office at 319-335-1475 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web site: http://www.uiowa.edu/~parking/
The Office of University Relations (OUR) is the central communications office for The University of Iowa. With units dedicated to media relations, print publications, and web development, OUR shares the University’s story on campus and around the world.
Retirees will find it useful to retain their University ID card. UIHC employees or College of Medicine faculty or staff members with a UIHC ID badge must surrender it upon retirement. They may obtain a new University ID card now called the Iowa One® Card to replace it from Iowa One® Card Services located in room 3 Jessup Hall. Any University retiree without a regular University ID card may also obtain one at the same location.
This ID card is a must for all retirees and may be used in the following locations:
· University Libraries
Web site: http://www.uiowa.edu/~idcard/
As an added convenience the University of Iowa has partnered with the University of Iowa Community Credit Union (UICCU) to add ATM and PIN-based debit functionality to your Iowa One® Card. If you choose to open a new Iowa One® Checking Account at the UICCU, you will have the option of activating your Iowa One® Card for PIN-based debit use. This means you can use your card for unlimited FREE access to all ATMs, as well as in off campus retail locations that accept PIN-based debit transactions. For more information regarding the Iowa One® Checking Account contact the UICCU at (800) 397-3790 or www.uiccu.org .
For more information regarding the University ID contact Iowa One® Card Services at 319-335-2716 or go online to iowaonechecking.com.
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