The goal of this survey is to improve MURA programs and services, and demonstrate the vital functions that McMaster retirees and spousal survivors of retirees fill at McMaster and in the wider community. The survey concerns the post-retirement activities and contributions of McMaster University retirees or their spousal survivors during the last three years. Please report only your activities since January 2017 and, for recent retirees, only since your retirement from McMaster.
  • Survey will take 5- 10 minutes to complete, depending on whether or not you add comments.
  • This is anonymous survey. No responses will be connected to identifying information. If you wish, however, you may choose to provide your name to be entered into a draw (details provided at end of survey).
  • Survey will close on February 29, 2020.
  • Only one survey may be submitted per person.
  • Questions? Contact MURA at
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your feedback is important.

* Spousal survivors: If you yourself are not a retiree of McMaster University, please respond with your late spouse’s information when prompted to do so, and with your own information for the other questions.

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* 1. Are you responding as the spousal survivor of a McMaster retiree?

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Spousal survivors please respond with your late spouse’s information in questions 2, 3 and 4. Retirees, please respond with your own information.

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* 2. When did you/your late spouse retire from McMaster?

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* 3. How many years did you/your late spouse work at McMaster before retirement?

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* 4. How old were you/was your late spouse at the time of retirement?

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