From Academic Guide
RETIREMENT POLICY FOR LIBRARY OFFICERS
(Trustees 6/5/64; Administrative Practice)
Administrative Retirement for Library Officers
Deans, directors, library department heads, and branch librarians shall be retired from administrative or executive duties at the end of the academic year in which they attain the age of 65. Where administrative officers also hold faculty or library rank, they may continue to serve in their non-administrative professional capacities as assigned by the Dean of Libraries. The salary of such reassigned personnel will be readjusted in the period of reassignment to a figure commensurate with the duties to be performed and taking into account the experience of the person reassigned.
Policy rescinded as of May 3, 2002. See updated policy, Policy A-8.