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Texas A&M University System offers two, mandatory, retirement programs. Employees are automatically enrolled in the Teacher Retirement System (TRS) plan upon employment. Depending on your position you may have a one-time opportunity to enroll in the Optional Retirement Plan (ORP). Information about both plans is available from the A&M System.

Retiree Forms

Retiree Resources


Upon turning 65 you become eligible for Medicare. Retirees eligible for Medicare must enroll in Parts A (hospitalization) and B (medical). Medicare will pay as your primary insurance, and your Texas A&M health insurance will pay as a secondary policy. You have the option to move to the 65 Plus Plan upon enrolling in Medicare. To switch to the 65 Plus plan, you will need to provide a copy of your Medicare ID card to Engineering Human Resources.

Work/Life Solutions by GuidanceResources

The Texas A&M University System is proud to offer Work/Life Solutions to eligible employees. These programs usually offer in-person and telephonic counseling services, training, and have resources to help employees deal with all kinds of stressful issues from parenting to death of a loved one to conflicts at work. Contact ComPsych GuidanceResources with the information below.

ComPsych website


Phone Number for Retirees - 1-833-306-0105

Additional Retiree Benefits

Retirees are eligible for a variety of benefits including dental, vision, and life insurance as well as enrollment in the Silver Sneakers program, participation in MDLive virtual visits and 2nd MD.