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Get a Card: I'm Retired

All retired faculty and staff at the University are entitled to an ID card. We are a one-card campus — all campus amenities are serviced via the one UVM CATcard. This card provides you access to your privileges, meal plans, door access and the UVM debit account known as CAT$cratch. To obtain an ID card with your retired status, you will need to bring in your current Faculty or Staff ID. There is no cost for your first retired card. 

Retired Faculty

  • Retired faculty may obtain their card after their status has been changed in PeopleSoft to retired.
  • Access to your privileges will be activated at the time your new card is issued.
  • Your spouse and dependents are eligible for a courtesy ID card. (Check out, I'm a spouse)
  • CAT$cratch, the prepaid debit account, may be opened at any time and works right off the ID for your convenience.
  • The first Retired ID card is at no cost.

Faculty Emeritus

  • Faculty Emeritus may obtain their card after their status has been changed in PeopleSoft to retired.
  • Faculty Emeritus must bring in the letter from the Provost granting their Emeritus privilege.
  • Access to your privileges will be activated at the time your new card is issued.
  • Your spouse and dependents are eligible for a courtesy ID card. (Check out, I'm a spouse)
  • CAT$cratch, the prepaid debit account, may be opened at any time and works right off the ID for your convenience.
  • The first Emeritus ID card is at no cost.

Retired Staff

  • Retired staff may obtain their card after their status has been changed in PeopleSoft to retired.
  • Access to your privileges will be activated at the time your new card is issued.
  • Your spouse and dependents are eligible for a courtesy ID card. (Check out, I'm a spouse)
  • CAT$cratch, the prepaid debit account, may be opened at any time and works right off the ID for your convenience.
  • The first Retired ID card is at no cost.

Last modified April 25 2013 01:45 PM

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