Separating from OHIO

Voluntary
You are leaving at your own choice by retiring, resigning or fulfilling a limited term appointment.

Involuntary Due to Reduction in Force
You are leaving because you are laid off, your appointment is not renewed or you lose your position due to a unit reorganization.

Involuntary Termination
You were dismissed from employment at the university.

If you are separating employment with Ohio University, you'll want to make sure you have taken care of all necessary details. Download the Separation Form/ Checklist for assistance with this process.

  • Contact a member of the benefits staff for information on continuation of benefits (COBRA); click here to view the COBRA rates
  • Return all university property i.e. keys, computer related equipment, cell phones, etc.
  • Return your Ohio University identification card
  • Your Faculty/Staff parking permit should be returned to Parking Services
  • Complete the Employment Exit Interview Form
  • Contact the Payroll Department with questions regarding vacation payout, etc.
     

As a standard security protocol, depending on the circumstances of the separation, access to all university IT systems will be terminated on or before the official date of separation.  Retirees will be granted continued email account access.  Any other exception to this protocol must be approved by University Human Resources and Information Technology Security.  Requests must be made by a sponsoring department with a specific date range and reason, and should be sent to uhr@ohio.edu.

NOTE:  When system access is terminated, former employees will no longer have access to information contained within the “My Personal Information” (MPI) portal.  This includes access to pay information and current and past W2 statements.  If circumstances permit, you may access MPI and download needed information prior to your separation date; otherwise, you may contact payroll@ohio.edu to arrange for hard copies to be mailed to you.

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