Association of Retirement Organizations
in Higher Education

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Three reasons to join AROHE   


AROHE members, whether organizational or individual, join an extraordinary community that provides opportunities to connect via member networking, learn from AROHE and member-shared resources, and succeed by seeing models of successful programs.

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Save Time

Visit the Knowledge Center to find AROHE Briefs, model programs or "how-to" resources.

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. 

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Get Advice

Search for other members in the directory, engage a consultant, or ask questions in our forum.

AROHE members are knowledgeable about starting and growing retiree programs and organizations. Members share successful practices that are fueling thriving retiree organizations and brainstorm solutions to common challenges.

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Learn the Ropes

Glean ideas from our Idea Exchange webinars, e-newsletter and conference.

AROHE members are hard at work collecting information about academic retirement and are eager to share resources. Read about new developments in the AROHE Matters e-newsletter, watch our Idea Exchange webinars or attend our biennial conference. 

Who are our members?   

Retired Faculty & Staff Associations

Like Alumni Associations, these organizations serve their members, support their campuses, and represent retiree interests.

Retiree & Emeriti Centers

Campus-funded units that serve as the connecting link between the campuses and their retired faculty and staff.

Campus Departments

Units such as academic affairs, advancement, HR, and alumni relations that support all phases of retirement.


Individuals who are or have been affiliated with, or who are interested in organizing, retiree organizations in higher education and who want to support AROHE.

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.

Just complete the online membership application. Payment can be made by credit card or check. The membership year is July 1 - June 30 and the amount is pro-rated for mid-year new applicants.

Organizational membership dues are based on the annual budget of the retiree organization or campus department, including salaries for paid staff.

      • $120 annually-small (organization/department budget under $50,000)
      • $300 annually-mid-size (organization/department budget between $50,000 & $100,000)
      • $420 annually-large (organization/department budget over $100,000)

Individual membership dues are $60 per year.

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Los Angeles, CA 90089-0751

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