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How do I submit my insurance reimbursement to Grad School (if eligible)?

To receive insurance reimbursement, proof of insurance payment should be emailed to the Grad School at grad-award-admin@tamu.edu. You may submit for reimbursement for the entire year if paid in full or you may submit as often as monthly. All insurance reimbursements must be submitted by August 15th of the academic year. Insurance reimbursements are processed by Grad School typically within 1 to 3 days. Once your reimbursement is processed you will receive a confirmation email and your reimbursement should post to your student account in 5 to 7 business days. For questions regarding insurance reimbursements please contact Kourtney Hennigan at kourtney.hennigan@tamu.edu. For additional questions regarding your Grad School Fellowship package, please email grad-award-admin@tamu.edu.

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