Staff Retirement Checklist

Thank you for your service to Lewis & Clark College. We wish you all the best on your next adventure. Below is a list of actions and reminders to assist you in a smooth transition. Please note your retirement date is your last day actually worked.


  • To review retirement benefit options, please make an appointment with the Benefits, Leave and Training Manager, Kris Codron, at or 503-768-6237.
  • Information about the College’s retiree Medicare supplemental plans is available here.


  • Hourly employees must submit final hours for supervisory approval at least three business days prior to your last day of work.
  • Any unused vacation up to the maximum annual allowance will be paid out on your final paycheck.
  • Final paycheck will be direct deposited by your last day of employment. If you do not have direct deposit, you can pick up your check at Human Resources on your final day of work.
  • W-2s for the current year will be mailed to the mailing address in Workday. Address changes can be sent to


  • You are responsible for returning any College property before you leave.
    • Department property should be returned to your supervisor.
    • College credit card (P-card) should be returned to the Business Office.
  • Contact the Business Office to pay remaining balances and/or debts prior to your last day worked. Outstanding travel advances not accounted for will be added to your taxable income and taxed accordingly.


  • You will retain access to your Lewis & Clark email account.
  • Google Drive documents should be reviewed and ownership transferred to another team member, if necessary.


  • Library
  • Athletic facilities


  • Please complete the exit survey in Workday. A notification email will be sent to you when it is available in your Workday Inbox.
  • We encourage you to schedule an in-person exit interview. To schedule an appointment please contact HR at or 503-768-6235.
  • Any feedback you share will be used in general terms only and for the purposes of influencing future improvements.  All information will be kept confidential, unless it relates to a violation of the law or to a safety hazard.