Benefits Administration

Wellness Program

Financial Health

Employee Tuition Assistance Program

Texas A&M University - Kingsville is proud to provide access to high-quality benefits that support your professional and educational goals. The University encourages you to pursue higher education to enrich your lives and help Texas A&M develop the highest quality workforce.

Eligible employees must be admitted as a degree-seeking student to Texas A&M through the Office of Admissions.

Employees Registering for Classes

Employee Fee Assistance Scholarship


Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

As an employee of Texas A&M University - Kingsville, you are considered a state government employee who may be eligible for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Please click the blue button below for more information on the qualifications for this benefit. 

PSLF Program Information

Financial Services

Below are our ORP and TDA vendors. Occasionally, these organizations host free educational events, so we encourage employees to visit their website and explore what they have to offer. 

  • AIG Retirement Services (formerly VALIC)
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Voya  (formerly ING)
  • Lincoln Financial Group
  • Pentegra
  • TIAA

Retirement Programs (TDA/DCP)

You have a choice of additional optional retirement plans which are intended to supplement your mandatory retirement plan (TRS or ORP) as a Texas A&M University System employee. More information can be found on the  Retirement Programs website.

Retirement Webinars

Periodically, our retirement vendors post-financial webinars about saving for retirement, asset planning, and more. Vendor websites are also located on the Retirement Programs website. 

Identity Protection through Blue Cross Blue Shield

BCBS offers identity protection services free of charge to current eligible Blue Cross members and their covered dependents enrolled in a Blue Cross health plan (excluding the Graduate Student Employee Health Plan). 

These services are provided through Experian as long as you remain employed by (or are retired from) the A&M System and are enrolled in one of the A&M Care Plans. You are not automatically enrolled in these identity protection services. You must sign up with Experian.

Enroll by logging into your MyEvive account to access your Blue Access for Members (BAM) account.
Then click on Identity Protection under the Quick Links and follow the instructions.

There are two different plans, as described below:


Employees, retirees, dependent spouses, and dependent children age 18 and over enroll
independently through ProtectMyID for services that include:

  • An Experian Credit Report upon sign up
  • Choice of email or mail delivery
  • Comprehensive educational resources
  • Daily 1-Bureau credit monitoring
  • U.S.-based customer support 7 days a week
  • Online and phone enrollment
  • $1 million identity theft insurance
  • A fraud resolution team

Family Secure

Once you have enrolled in ProtectMyID, the parent or legal guardian can enroll
dependent children under the age of 18 through Family Secure for services that include:

  • An Experian report upon enrollment
  • Monitoring children’s personal information for the existence of a credit file
  • $2 million product guarantee
  • A Fraud resolution service

Discount Programs with BCBS

PerksConnect - Discounts on legal and ID protection services, auto, home, and pet insurance, local restaurants, and more.

BlueCross BlueShield Discount

The Hartford Last Will and Testament Services

Below is an excerpt from the flyer with the instructions.


Then follow the easy steps below:

  1. Access The Hartford’s EstateGuidance® Will Services online.
  2. Sign in to the secure site by entering the access code.
  3. Follow the instructions and create your will.
  4. Download the final will to your computer and print.
  5. Obtain signatures and determine if your will should be notarized.

Feel more confident about your finances

Join The Texas A&M University System and Fidelity for an educational web workshop, where you'll learn strategies and tips to help you manage your financial future with confidence.


Create a Budget, Ditch Your Debt, and Start Building for the Future

If you want to get your monthly finances on track:

Learn about tools, tips, and strategies to help you balance paying down your debt with saving for your future goals.


DATE: Tuesday, April 13, 2021

TIME: 11:00 AM CT

Five Money Musts

If you’re just starting to think about how to manage your money:

Learn about these five fundamental financial ideas to get your financial path off to a good start.



Identify and Prioritize Your Savings Goals

If you want help saving for multiple goals:

Get strategies and tips on prioritizing and funding your specific savings goals, like buying a new home or car, saving for a child’s college, and more.


DATE: Wednesday, June 16, 2021

TIME: 11:00 AM CT


Invest Confidently for Your Future

If you want to manage your own investments:

Learn how to build and manage a long-term investment plan for all your accounts that you can feel confident about.


DATE: Wednesday, September 15, 2021

TIME: 1:00 PM CT


Prepare for the Reality of Health Care in Retirement

If you want a better understanding of health care in retirement:

Learn about the costs of health care in retirement and how you can prepare for them.


DATE: Wednesday, October 13, 2021

TIME: 11:00 AM CT


Turn Your Savings into Retirement Income

If you’re planning to retire within the next few years:

Learn the benefits of a retirement income plan, factors to consider when transitioning your savings into income, and ways to develop a retirement plan that suits your goals and lifestyle.

DATE: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

TIME: 3:00 PM CT

**Audio details will be provided upon registration.**


Can’t make it to an event?


  • Call 800-642-7131 or visit to schedule a one-on-one consultation with a registered Fidelity Representative.


* Use of devices depends on the availability of an internet connection.

Investing involves risk, including the risk of loss.