The retirement options available to eligible Kenyon employees are listed below, along with information about social security and medicare. Retirement benefits can begin any time after the date chosen for retirement (but no sooner than age 59.5). 

Kenyon Sponsored Plans:

TIAA Consultant

If you would like to schedule an appointment with Randy Martinez, Kenyon's TIAA consultant, please contact him directly through the information below. You can also check to see if Randy has meeting times available on his microsite

At this time, TIAA has suspended all in-person meetings. Watch for further information. View a schedule of phone and virtual meetings

Other Plans:

Are you considering retirement but have not met Kenyon retirement eligibility due to years of service? Or are you retired and nearing Medicare eligibility? View United Healthcare Options for Post 65 Health Care or call 1-855-357-9462, TTY 711

Social Security

When am I eligible to begin receiving Social Security Benefits?

How do I apply for Social Security?

Medicare

When will my coverage begin?

How do I enroll in Medicare?

What is the difference between Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B?

Everyone needs to plan ahead for Medicare