There are many reasons to be a member of the North Carolina State University Association of Retired Faculty, and they each fall into one or more of three primary categories: Fellowship, Information, and Advocacy. Fifteen benefits of ARF membership are listed below:
· ARF Monthly Luncheon Programs
· ARF Newsletter
· ARF Website
· Make new and renew old faculty friendships
· Impact University Issues and the work of University Committees
· Keep abreast of university, university retiree, and general societal issues
· Be entertained and educated at ARF programs
· Receive timely email notices of faculty and faculty spouse deaths
· Engage in implementation of the "UNC Tomorrow Initiative"
· Support collective advocacy for issues related to 1) The University, 2) Citizens of N.C., and 3) retirees in general
· Recognize and reward accomplishments in retirement, including the William Friday Award
· Have two-way communication with University Administration
· Link with other universities with retired faculty organizations
· Support worthy causes
· Help these benefits to be available for all retired faculty
Who Can Join?
Membership eligibility includes all retired NCSU academic, research and extension faculty and EPA professional staff. Spouses of deceased faculty are also eligible for membership. Exceptions must be approved by the ARF Board.
How to Join or Renew?
1. Download, print, and fill out the Application/Renewal Form and mail to the ARF Treasurer at the address shown on the form with your check for dues; OR
2. Complete the online Application/Renewal Form (coming soon!)