Objects: to protect and to further the financial and other interests of its members.
Governance: The affairs of the association are managed, between annual meetings, by a Board of Directors of eight.
Membership: is drawn from retired faculty and senior administrative personnel.
The members are kept informed of the activities of the Board, membership changes, and issues of importance through copies of the Minutes of all Board meetings and occasional communiqués.
With the passage of time, social events have become quite important.
These events have taken the form of a banquet and program, and have been well attended by the local members.
The members afar (the Isle of Man, B.C., Ontario and elsewhere) are not able to participate, unfortunately.
These social events are largely if not totally financed by the participants.