As an employee, your compensation may include not only direct pay but also indirect compensation including health insurance. The Texas Legislature sets eligibility requirements for these benefits based on the definition of a regular employee. A regular employee is one who is listed in the position identification database:
1. for 50 percent or more time in a budgeted position; and,
2. Reasonably expected to work at least 30 hours per week on average for 90 days or more.
Graduate students who work at least fifty percent time for four and one-half months or for a semester of more than four months and whose positions require that they be enrolled in graduate level courses are also eligible (i.e. GAT, GANT, GAR, GAL). Excludes positions that require student status not contingent of graduate level as a condition of employment (i.e. student technician, student worker).
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