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
- Eligible to be a member of the Teacher Retirement System, and either:
- 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
- Is appointed for at least 50 percent of standard full-time appointment
(Affordable Care Act)
- 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.
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Health Kit - Allergies
Print and display our poster
, Surviving Seasonal Allergies.
It contains simple tips to help you manage your allergies this spring!
: Complete this crossword puzzle to find out which foods are the culprits of the most common food allergies.
: Walnut and Flax Custed Salmon - Consuming omega-3 fatty acids may help ease seasonal allergy sumptoms by reducing inflammation. Try this healthy recipe today!
90 Second Video
: Everyone's talking about probiotics lately. Many claim that these "friendly bacteria" can help with all kinds of health-related issues, even allergies. But what does the science say? Our Clinical Specialist Michael Dettner digs a little deeper in this short video.
: There are many steps you can take to "allergy-proof" your home. Tune in as Coach Jasmon describes one simple step you can try right away.
: Did you know that food allergies can be critical... even life-threatening? Listen to this podcast as Clinical Specialist, Michael Dettner explains more.
Additional Info: For mor einformation on managing your allergies, click here