MEMBERS

What is a RAAS?

A RAAS is a 45-minute, one-on-one appointment with a PERS staff member to review your PERS Retirement Application forms. You can attend a RAAS within 90 days of your expected retirement date.
 

What is the benefit of a RAAS?

You will receive a comprehensive review of your application and forms to ensure accuracy and completeness. We will notarize the application at no cost to you. We will also explain the retirement process so you will have a full understanding of next steps and any further action required on your part.

 

What should I not expect at a RAAS?

PERS staff will not provide guidance or direction on what retirement benefit to choose. To best prepare for your retirement, we recommend you attend an Education Session (Tier One/Tier Two, OPSRP), which PERS offers throughout the state. PERS also encourages you to complete as much of your application as possible prior to your RAAS. PERS also provides an instructional video to assist Tier One/Tier Two members with filling out the Service Retirement Application.
 

What else should I know?

A RAAS is not intended for a disability-related retirement. Please contact PERS Member Services for more information.
 

Where can I register?

Register for a RAAS appointment​.

This registration link will take you to TimeTap, PERS' registration website. You can select a location that is most convenient for you. 2019 sessions will continue to be added throughout the year. 

 

Portland Metro

  • Gresham
  • Hillsboro​
  • Oregon City
  • Tigard/Portland

Northwest (Willamette Valley
and North Coast)

  • Albany
  • Astoria
  • Corvallis
  • Eugene
  • Salem
  • St. Helens
  • Tillamook

Southwestern Oregon

  • Ashland
  • Central Point
  • Coos Bay
  • Grants Pass​
  • Medford
  • Roseburg

Central Oregon

  • Bend
  • Hood River
  • Klamath Falls
  • Madras
  • Redmond
  • The Dalles

Eastern Oregon

  • Hermiston
  • La Grande
  • Milton-Freewater
  • Ontario
  • Pendleton

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