It Pays To Get The Vaccine

Names drawn in Texas A&M’s voluntary incentive program.
By Texas A&M University October 15, 2021

Emails were sent today notifying five Texas A&M University students and five employees that they were selected as a winner in the Voluntary Vaccine Incentive Program.

This is a friendly reminder for everyone to check their email accounts to see if you are a prize winner.

To verify eligibility for the program and move ahead to prize acceptance, winners must submit several identification documents and a copy of the vaccine card, as stated in the email sent to the winners this afternoon. They also are asked to sign a form that acknowledges winning the prize.

This must be done no later than 12 p.m. (noon) Monday, Oct. 18.

The accounting firm Ingram, Wallis & Co. managed the random drawing, which allows for an alternate winner should the original person not be eligible.

Eligibility for the Voluntary Vaccine Incentive Program is detailed in the terms and conditions posted for students* and employees*.

Free vaccines continue to be offered on the Texas A&M campus for students, faculty and staff.

Once verified, the winners will be announced to the public next week.

* This link is no longer active and has been removed.

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