UMKCRA
SERVING THE NEEDS, INTERESTS AND WELFARE OF
ALL 
RETIRED UMKC STAFF AND FACULTY

The purpose of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Retirees Association (UMKCRA) is to promote the needs, interests and welfare of all retired UMKC staff and faculty and to actively support the mission and goals of the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Missouri System. Information necessary to achieve these objectives is identified, collected and distributed appropriately through this website, the UMKCRA newsletter and other special communications.

In addition, the Retirees Association provides its members with opportunities for socialization and shared experiences in various formats. These events include Fall and Spring luncheons, invited speakers, selected area trips, stage and musical performances, and other sponsored activities.

We are currently making updates to this website to make it more accessible and user friendly for you! We hope you'll take the opportunity to use the links at the left to browse around. Should you have questions, contact Joe Constantino at constantinoj@umkc.edu.      


Membership Information

Please join us! To sign up for membership, click here.

How to obtain a Retiree ID card
Retirees can enjoy many benefits. To do so, a Retiree ID card is required. To obtain one, contact the UMKC One Card Office at 816-235-6657 or
UMKC-OneCard@UMKC.edu
You can visit the One Card Office at:
UMKC Student Union, Room 410
5100 Cherry St.
Kansas City, MO 64110


Newsletter

Find the May 2019 E-Newsletter Here



Program Opportunity




You are invited to a reception welcoming new UMKC Retirees!

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Diastole Scholars' Center
2501 Holmes St.
Kansas City, MO 64110

Featured speakers Nancy Hill (Diastole Scholars’ Center Executive Director), Jim McKusick (Honors College Dean and Edgar Snow Foundation President), and Professor Linda Shang (Visiting Edgar Snow Scholar), will present “Scoop of the Century! KC journalist Edgar Snow and his connection to UMKC and modern China.”

Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

RSVP by Sept. 9 to Joe Constantino at 816-235-5201 or constantinoj@umkc.edu.