Leaving UTMB

As you prepare to separate employment with UTMB, we hope your experience adds value to your future endeavors. We realize this is a critical transition and would like to provide you valuable information and guidance in your departure process.

All employees who voluntarily leave employment with UTMB are expected to complete the Exit Checklist to the satisfaction of their department representative. This process is designed to ensure that all university property is surrendered. However, should an employee depart without completing the clearances process, the university may choose to take the steps necessary to ensure the return of all university property.

Employees leaving employment, other than retiring, may contact Benefits Services at (409) 772-2630, (866) 996-8862 or benefits.services@utmb.edu with questions about UTMB elected benefits. If you want to review the information for separated employees electronically such as COBRA, retirement plans and other benefits-related plans, click here. COBRA information will be mailed two weeks after your separation process.

To those employees retiring, congratulations and we appreciate your years of service and dedication in reaching this milestone. We recommend that you contact Benefits Services at (409) 772-2630, (866) 996-8862 or benefits.services@utmb.edu. Retirement group sessions are offered in January, May, August and December to help ensure that all required paperwork has been submitted to continue your benefits under UTMB. Each session is announced through UTMB's Daily Announcements broadcast email. The announcement will include registration instructions.

Please complete a brief Exit Feedback Questionnaire to tell Human Resources about your work experience at UTMB. UTMB is constantly looking for new and innovative ways to enhance the working atmosphere for our employees and we value your feedback. You may print the survey and mail it to Employee Relations at mail route #0141 or scan/email it to and email to hremprel@utmb.edu.

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