Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi offers a wide variety of benefits programs and resources to its employees. From our health plan options and wellness programs, to our continuing education opportunities and competitive retirement plans, the University is committed to providing benefits that matter to you at each stage of your career.

(State) A budgeted staff or faculty member is eligible for benefits if the individual

  1. Eligible to be a member of the Teacher Retirement System, and either:
  2. Is expected to work at least 20 hours per week and to continue in the employment for a term of at least 4.5 months, or
  3. Is appointed for at least 50 percent of standard full-time appointment


(Affordable Care Act)

  1. Any employee (staff, faculty, student, temp) who qualifies for benefits during a measurement period becomes eligible for benefits during the following stability period without regard to the number of hours paid during the stability period.

Benefits 1095-C

If you were not in a full-time, budgeted position and were not enrolled in our health insurance during calendar year 2018, you will not receive a 1095-C form. For general questions about your 1095-C form or if you believe that your 1095-C form contains an error or that you should have received a form and did not, please contact or call 361.825.2625.



Benefit Briefs (issue 66) - March 2019

Benefit Briefs (issue 65) - January 2019

MyEvive : a new online health and well being experience personalized just for you. 

To register, use token code myevivetamus

Navia (New Flexible Spending Account Provider for FY 2019)  Visit to register for an account to file claims and reimbursement.

FlexConnect Information  Employer Code is A&M.


April 2019 Health Kit

Your dedication to wellness makes a difference. This month’s Health Kit is all about environmental health. Use the tools in this month’s kit to help reduce your use of plastics and your carbon footprint.

Plastic – it’s one of the largest pollutants of our earth. Reduce your use with these simple tips:

• Stop buying bottled water. Drink from a glass or reusable bottle.
• Keep “real” silverware at your desk and in your car.
• Take your own cloth bags to the grocery store.
• Skip the straws. Sip your drink instead or switch to reusable straws.
• Avoid using to-go coffee cups with lids; use a travel mug instead.

For more information on environmental health, click here.

 Contact Us

Staff, Faculty and Retiree Benefits
Jennifer Escamilla
Benefits Specialist III
P 361.825.2180
Graduate Assistant and Adjunct Faculty Benefits
Ithza Ojeda
Employee Benefits Representative
P 361.825.2625
Benefit Eligibility and Workday Tasks
Mary Y. Canales
Benefits Manager
P 361.825.6081