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CSU-ERFSA was founded in 1985 in response to threats and attempts to reduce or eliminate CSU retirees rights, privileges and benefits and to support the activity of retired faculty and staff as continuing members of the California State University community. Anyone who has retired from the CSU system and is receiving a pension from CalPERS based on that service is eligible to join CSU-ERFSA.
Since its founding in 1985, CSU-ERFSA (formerly CSU-ERFA) has centered its activities on the protection and enhancement of retiree benefits. A few of its accomplishments include:
The Association publishes a newsletter, the Reporter, four times a year. This journal keeps members informed about pending legislation in the state legislature and Congress, as well as actions of public executive officers, the office of the CSU Chancellor, and the Board of Trustees that could affect member benefits, rights, or privileges. CSU-ERFSA also sends those members who request it a yearly pocket calendar that includes important addresses of CSU-ERFSA officers, campus retiree organizations, and members of the PERS Administrative Board.
The State Council is the governing body of CSU-ERFSA. It includes CSU-ERFSA officers, executive committee members-at-large, delegates from campus affiliated organization, nine at-large delegates, chairs of CSU-ERFSA's standing committees, and ex officio members. The State Council meets usually meets twice a year.
The Executive Committee is comprised of the CSU-ERFSA president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, past president, executive director, the editor of the Reporter, the CSU-ERFSA webmaster, and four at-large members.
The CSU-ERFSA Constitution and By-laws are available online in pdf form (these documents will be updated soon to reflect recent amendments, webmaster 8/22/18).
The day-to-day operations of CSU-ERFSA are carried out by a small paid staff consisting of our Executive Director, and Office Manager who work out of the Retiree Center at Cal State Northridge.
Staff Contact Information
(effective May 16, 2016) - Monday through Thursday 9 AM to 3 PM
CSU-ERFSA recently established a "listserv" to rapidly inform members of important association information. A "listserv" is an automated email list. Messages posted to the listserver are automatically sent to all email addresses that have subscribed to the list. There are two types of listservers, unmoderated and moderated. Anybody who is subscribed to the "listserv" can post a message. If the "listserv" is unmoderated that message is immediately sent out to everyone on the list. If the "listserv" is moderated, a moderator must approve the message before it can be sent out to the list. The CSU-ERFSA listserv is moderated. To join the CSU-ERFSA listserv click on the following http://lists.sjsu.edu/lists&+csu-erfa. When you see the form on the website fill in your name and complete email address. You will receive an email message confirming that you have been added to the listserv.
site is maintained by the California State University Emeritus and
Retired Faculty and Staff Association (CSU-ERFSA). Report problems to Mark Shapiro . This site may contain links to Web sites not
administered by CSU-ERFSA. CSU-ERFSA is not responsible or
liable for the accuracy or content of linked pages.