Voluntary Retirement Plan

The College offers a 403(b) tax-deferred annuity plan that allows employees to make voluntary, tax-deferred contributions through payroll deduction to either supplement or initiate their retirement savings. Employees may make pre-tax voluntary contributions to this plan up to the annual limits allowed by the IRS. No matching contributions are made by the College into the Voluntary plan.

For the 2021 calendar year, the IRS general contribution limit is $19,500. Employees age 50 and older can contribute an additional $6,500 under the "catch-up" provision.

Contributions to the Voluntary Retirement Plan will be directed to accounts with Transamerica.

To access your account, make deferral elections and changes, and make fund selections for the retirement plan contributions, go to the Transamerica website. 

For assistance with registration, see Transamerica Registration Instructions.

Changes to the voluntary deferrals can be made at any time. Please note that changes made on the Transamerica can take up to 2 paychecks (after the date of the change on the Transamerica site) to take effect for semi-monthly employees, and up to 3 paychecks for weekly employees.

For detailed information about the plan, see the 403b Summary Plan Description

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