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Reports to Governor and General Assembly

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Reports to the Governor and General Assembly.

Use of Emerging Investment Managers

The following reports outline SURS' continued commitment to the use of emerging investment managers. The SURS Board of Trustees has an established policy adopted in 1992 and reaffirmed in 2001 that formally discusses the initiative to increase the participation of minority and women-owned business enterprise firms as required by Public Act 96–006.

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Quarterly Standard Investment Reports

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Details of SURS asset allocations, managers, service providers, income, expense, fees, brokerage and class actions. The information pertains to the Traditional, Portable and Self-Managed plans.

Details of SURS asset allocations, managers, service providers, income, expense, fees, brokerage and class actions. The information pertains to the Traditional, Portable and Self-Managed plans.

Benefit Estimator

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Login to estimate your benefit.

Use of the Benefit Estimator does not replace a SURS counseling appointment.

The Benefit Estimator is a helpful tool that can be used by members when they do not meet the criteria for a counseling appointment. Please keep in mind that the online estimator cannot accurately calculate estimates for members who have part-time service, reciprocal service or police/fire service.

Insurance

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Links to the State insurance plan, College Insurance Plan, Legislation and Insurance Providers.

SURS benefit recipients may be eligible for the State of Illinois Group Insurance Plan or the College Insurance Program (CIP).

To be eligible for the State Group Health Plan, you must meet the minimum vesting requirement for service credit with a state university or an agency of the State of Illinois. Community Colleges are not state agencies. To be eligible for the CIP, you must have been a full-time employee of any SURS-participating Community College and eligible for benefits. City Colleges of Chicago do not participate in the CIP.

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