How to Request a Service Credit Award
July 2, 2012 5:10:35 PM PDT
Find out what Service Credit is and how to request a service credit award.
Service credit refers to an employee's length of service with the University of California, the University's Office of the President (UCOP), California State Universities, Department of Energy Laboratories and other State of California Agencies.
There are three types of service credits:
- Service credit for retirement purposes,
- Service credit or seniority points for layoff purposes, and
- Service credit for vacation leave accrual and for purposes of awarding service pins.
The information on this page relates to service credit calculations for vacation leave accrual and for service awards. For retirement service credit information, contact Benefits at 858-534-2816 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For seniority point information, contact the Employee Relations, Policy Development and Work/Life at 858-534-4115 or email@example.com.
Staff employees are eligible for service awards when they have achieved 10 or more years of service, at 5-year intervals (10, 15, 20, etc.):
- UCSD gold logo pin (10 and 15 years)
- UCSD gold logo pin and award (20 years)
- UCSD gold logo pin and award presented at annual ceremony (25, 30, 35, 40, etc. years)
Participating organizational areas:
- Chancellor's Office
- Academic Affairs
- External and Business Affairs
- Marine Sciences
- Resource Management and Planning
- Student Affairs
Requesting a service award
Departments should request service awards for eligible employees at least 60 days prior to the service anniversary date. There is no cost to the department or employee for the service credit award program. The following links outline the procedures to calculate service credit and obtain a service award.
Note: All forms below are in PDF format and are fillable, may be saved, printed, and e-mailed. To view these documents, you must download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
To manually process Service Credits, use the Service Credit Calculation Form.Note:
This page has a friendly link that's easy to remember: http://blink.ucsd.edu/go/servicepins