Alumni Association Insurance Programs
Texas A&M University-Commerce or East Texas State graduates may purchase a variety of high quality, competitively priced insurance products through the Texas A&M-Commerce Alumni Association. These plans are administered by Marsh/Alumni Services.
For more information on any of the plans listed below, you may contact the Alumni Association at 903-886-5765.
Short-Term Medical - Are you between jobs? Or perhaps a recent college graduate looking for that first job? Then chances are you’re in need of temporary medical insurance until you become part of an employer’s plan. The Short Term Medical Plan provides comprehensive, temporary medical coverage at a reasonable price. Click here for an online quoting tool.
Auto/Home Insurance - The Texas A&M University-Commerce has teamed up with Liberty Mutual to offer Texas A&M University-Commerce Alumni, Liberty Mutual Advantage—a program that provides savings on your auto and home insurance. Liberty Mutual Advantage also features convenient automatic checking account deductions with no down payment or finance charges as well as 24-hour claims service and roadside assistance. Contact Liberty Mutual at 800-524-9400, or get a free quote.
Renter’s Insurance - Texas A&M-Commerce alumni, you may qualify for savings on Renter’s Insurance. Think you don’t need it? Think again. Got a laptop? An iPod? Flat-screen TV? Digital camera? Imagine those being stolen or damaged—in your home or in your car. That’s a lot of money out the window. Renters insurance protects the possessions that matter to you from theft, fire, and some types of water damage.***And here’s the best part—it’s affordable, averaging just $10-12**** a month. So, what are you waiting for? Learn more today about renters insurance from Liberty Mutual. Your stuff is worth it.
Long Term Care through Long Term Preferred Care - Private long term care insurance pays many expenses not covered by Medicare and helps prevent you from having to “spend down” your assets, a prerequisite for Medicaid assistance. More importantly, it helps protect your freedom to choose a nursing home facility or home health care provider. That’s a liberty you may not have with Medicaid. For additional information click here.