Emeriti Center Relocates to Office of the Provost of Faculty and Academic Affairs

Retired Faculty Association and Staff Retirement Association members have received a communication from Martin Levine, Vice Provost and Senior Advisor to the Provost, which describes changes in the status and location of the USC Emeriti Center, beginning July 1.

The USC Emeriti Center, located for 37 years in the Andrus Gerontology Center, is moving over the summer and will be sharing office space and staff services with the Office of the Vice Provost of Faculty and Academic Affairs.

Levine’s announcement arrived as a total surprise, so planning for these changes has only recently been initiated. Members of USC’s retirement community have been invited by Executive Director Janette Brown to participate in this planning process.

USC’s Emeriti Center has generally been regarded as the “gold standard” model for University retirement centers in the United States.  It’s pace-setting leadership, for example, has been acknowledged by the Sloan Foundation, which awarded the Center with a multi-year development grant.

This website will try to keep you up to date on happenings in the transition being experienced by the USC Emeriti Center.   We’re all wishing for the best.

Please note: During the transition this summer, the USC Emeriti Center office may not be open at all times, so call the office before you visit. 213-740-8921