The table below identifies the investment options as of Jan. 4, 2024. The investment options are organized from conservative to aggressive. Categories to the left have potentially more inflation risk and less investment risk. Categories to the right have potentially less inflation risk and more investment risk.
|Guaranteed||Money Market||Fixed Income/|
|Domestic Equity: Growth||Real Estate||International/
Money Market Account*
Social Choice Account*
Mid-Cap Growth Fund
|American Funds EuroPacific
|TIAA Stable Value**||Vanguard Federal Money Market||CREF|
Inflation-Linked Bond Account*
|T. Rowe Price Target|
|T. Rowe Price|
Blue Chip Growth
|Vanguard Total Bond Market|
Syracuse University’s retirement plan investment options are subject to change. For more information and a complete list of investment options available, please visit tiaa.org/syr. Should you have any questions, or require accommodations to access any information on this webpage, please reach out to HR Shared Services at 315.443.4042.
*Any guarantees under annuities issued by Teachers Insurance Annuity Association of America (“TIAA”) are subject to its claims-paying ability. TIAA Traditional is a guaranteed insurance contract and not an investment for federal securities law purposes. Payments under CREF and the TIAA Real Estate Account are variable and will rise or fall based on investment performance. The TIAA Real Estate Account is a portfolio that has a direct investment exposure to commercial real estate. Returns are derived from properties appreciating in value and rental income and will generally be more fixed income-like.
**The TIAA Stable fund is only available for University contributions to the Syracuse University Noncontributory Retirement Plan (101201).
*+The TIAA-CREF Real Estate Securities Fund is a mutual fund which invests primarily in real estate investment trusts (REITs). The volatility of this fund is equity-like and therefore significantly higher than the TIAA Real Estate Account.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained within this website is accurate. However, benefits are governed by legal documents (which, in certain circumstances, may include insurance contracts). If there is any difference between the information in this document and the official documents, the official documents will control. As is the case with all of Syracuse University’s employee benefit plans, the University reserves the right to modify or terminate these benefits at any time.