The Office of Human Resources serves Texas A&M University-Central Texas by providing high quality service to its faculty, staff, retirees and potential employees through recruitment, employment, position classification, compensation, benefits, training and development, performance management, employee/employer relations, consultation, problem resolution, reporting, and employee recognition.

Benefits Summary

We are pleased you are considering employment with Texas A&M University-Central Texas (A&M-Central Texas). Following (see left navigation list) is a summary of the benefits currently offered by the University for Regular Exempt and Non-Exempt full-time employees. Part-time employees are eligible for certain benefits on a pro-rated basis. Please call the Office of Human Resources if you have any questions.

Texas A&M University-Central Texas prohibits vaping and E-cigarettes on campus. Cigarette smoking is allowed in designated areas.

This is meant to be a summary of the benefit programs available to Regular Exempt and Non-Exempt staff at the University. Whenever conflicts occur between these summaries and the contracts, rules, regulations, or laws governing the administration of the various programs, the terms and conditions set forth in the various program contracts, rules, regulations, or laws shall prevail.

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Insurance Options

Employees can choose from a variety of programs offered by Texas A&M University System. Medical plans are; A&M Care-BCBSTX (PPO) and Graduate Student Health Plan (PPO). Medical plans include prescription coverage. Basic Life Insurance is also provided by the A&M System.

Other freestanding group insurance plans include;

  • Dental coverage (PPO and HMO)
  • Vision coverage
  • Life Insurance coverage
  • Accidental Death and Dismemberment
  • Optional Life Insurance for employee and dependents
  • Long Term Disability program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts

The employee’s share of any premium costs is deducted from the bi-weekly or monthly paycheck. Selected insurance coverage will be effective the first of the month following the 60th day of employment. Employees can choose benefits on their first day of hire at a higher cost, without the state contribution. Employees who transfer from another state agency, with no break in service, are eligible for the state contribution upon date of hire.

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