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 - Stay Summer Safety
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, Stay Summer Savvy.
Learn simple tips for keeping you and your family healthy and safe this summer.
: Complete this word scramble to see summer words and sunny phrases that describe everyone's favorite season of the year.
: Cool off this summer with these refreshing popsicles! They've got all the sweetness of ripe watermelon, all the hydration of a crisp cucumber, and all the tart of a juicy lime!
90 Second Video
: Summertime! It's the perfect time to be outside. But the Summer months can get hot, and that's why drinking enough fluid is especially important. Michael Dettner explains more, and give syou some tasty ideas for keeping your body hydrated.
: Coach Lindsay challenges you to protect your skin by wearing sunscreen regularly.
: Summer is a great time to enjoy grilling, picnics, and barbeques. But your picnic basket can be a playground for abcteria that can make you sick. In this podcast, Michael Dettner gives you advice for avoiding a cookout catastrophe!
Additional Info: For mor einformation on summer safety, click here