The Retirement Committee regularly reviews the investment options available in the retirement plan. Recently the committee, upon the recommendation of our investment consultant, made some changes to the investments available in our retirement and Emeriti plans. The changes were made to address fees and volatility issues:

The Target Date Funds will move from Lifecycle Funds to Lifecycle Index funds. This change has a similar investment strategy, but by indexing the approach allows us to further lower cost. This same change will be made in the Emeriti investment options.

Wasatch Small-Cap Growth equity option in Tier 3 will be replaced with Conestoga Small Cap Institutional; TIAA-CREF Large Cap Value Premier equity option in Tier 3 will be replaced with MFS Value R6.

If you are invested in one of the options that are changing you should have received a notice directly from TIAA. The updated fund lineup by tiers is posted on the benefits website at: na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=www.mybensite.com%2Fcoloradocollege&data=02%7C01%7CStaffDigest%40coloradocollege.edu%7C51966f1e89114256e19c08d5e73a972b%7Ccfc7b13c12964387b3085de08fd13c99… and you can request a copy from Laurie Mozingo: lmozingo@coloradocollege.edu; (719) 389-6422)

Posted by lmozingo@coloradocollege.edu for the July 12, 2018 digest.

July is the new fiscal year and benefit changes take effect this month. Please take a look at your July pay stubs to ensure that your pay, benefit, and tax deductions are correct! If you are on deferred pay your pay increase won’t show up until your September payroll but any benefit changes you made during open enrollment should be on this check! The best way to see these is in Banner (SSB) under Employee Tab/Pay Information/Pay Stub.

Please note that when you are newly eligible for the mandatory defined contribution retirement plan (benefits-eligible, age 29 and 1 year of service) and/or the long-term disability plan (benefits-eligible and 1 year of service) these contributions and premiums will automatically be deducted from your pay.

Posted by elujan@coloradocollege.edu for the July 12, 2018 digest.

In the spirit of CC’s mission and commitment to lifelong learning, you’re invited to continue to educate yourself. Multiple sessions of the Excel@CC program Good to Great: The Journey to Inclusion at CC will be available over the summer. To date, 41 percent of faculty and 25 percent of staff have participated. The Butler Center is also offering educational anti-bias and anti-racist sessions called “Toward A Daily Anti-Racist Agenda” July 12, July 24, and Aug. 17

Links to sign-up for the individual sessions:

July 12th:
www.coloradocollege.edu/newsevents/calendar/details.html?EventID=28139&Title=Teaching-&-Learning-Sessions-on-Anti-Racism&View=Day

July 24th:
www.coloradocollege.edu/newsevents/calendar/details.html?EventID=28091&Title=Teaching-&-Learning-Sessions-on-Anti-Racism&Offices=BUT&View=All

August 17th:
www.coloradocollege.edu/newsevents/calendar/details.html?EventID=28117&Title=Teaching-&-Learning-Sessions-on-Anti-Racism&View=Day

Posted by nmcpherson@coloradocollege.edu for the July 11, 2018 digest.

This afternoon, several streets around campus will shut down at 2 pm for the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Parade. The affected streets are Cache La Poudre between Cascade and Glen Avenue, Glen Avenue west of the bridge, Mesa Road between Cascade and Glen Ave, and Tejon from Cache La Poudre down to Costilla (including all the side streets along Tejon between Cascade and Nevada).

We encourage everyone to avoid the W7 and W8 Fine Arts Center lots, the S3 Cornerstone Lot, the S1 Wooglins/Central Services Lot, and the S5 Church lot today. You are welcome to use any other campus parking lot. If you must use those lots, please be sure to relocate your car before 2 pm.

Please direct any questions to the Campus Safety office at x6707.

Posted by ncalkins@coloradocollege.edu for the July 10, 2018 digest.