Three reasons to join AROHE
AROHE members, whether organizational or individual, join an extraordinary community that provides opportunities to connect with higher education retirement organization leaders across North America, learn from AROHE and member-shared resources, and succeed by seeing models of successful programs.
Visit the Knowledge Center to find AROHE Briefs, model programs, or "how-to" resources for starting and/or enhancing retirement organizations in higher education.
Member-shared resources such as survey questionnaires, annual reports, event planning templates, and fundraising ideas give you a head start in creating innovative programs and services.
Who are our members?
Retiree Centers & Emeriti Colleges
Centers and emeriti colleges are ampus-funded units that serve as the connecting link between the campuses and their retired faculty and staff.
AROHE members include units such as academic affairs, advancement, HR, and alumni relations that support all phases of faculty and staff retirement.
IndividualsIndividuals who are interested in developing retirement organizations in higher education are welcome as members.
Ready to Join?
Why wait? Let's get started and work together to transform retirement at your college/university for your retirees and for yourself.
Complimentary One-Year Start-Up Membership
Do you want to form a new retirement organization? Join our dynamic network with a complimentary one-year start-up membership and utilize AROHE resources to build your organization. Start-up memberships are non-voting memberships available to individuals, or groups of individuals, from institutions that do not already have retirement organizations and that are not already members of AROHE. Click here to see if your organization/institution is a member.
The start-up membership gives organizers time to build a new organization, focused on a defined group of retirees in higher education, before upgrading to paid membership. Retirement organizations may serve individual campuses or multiple-campus systems and could include any of the following (this is not an exhaustive list):
When you are ready to join as a paid member, just click on the "Join now" button, complete the application and pay via credit card or check. The membership year is July 1 - June 30 and the amount is pro-rated for mid-year new applicants.
Organizational memberships are voting memberships available to retirement organizations, campus departments, or other units at an institution of higher education. Dues are:
Individual memberships are non-voting membership available to those who are affiliated with, or who are interested in developing, a retirement organization in higher education. Dues are $60 per year.