Flexible Work Arrangements

Texas A&M University is a highly interactive workplace dedicated to the discovery, development, communication, and application of knowledge in a wide range of academic and professional fields.  While we provide dynamic on-campus experiences that foster a vibrant environment for students, faculty, staff, and administrators, we also support the use of flexible work arrangements in certain circumstances where it benefits employees and is consistent with the efficient operation of university campuses and the effective delivery of services to students, campus clientele and the public. Flexible work arrangements include partially remote or fully remote alternate work location arrangements (AWL) and flexible work schedules.

While any university employee may request a flexible work arrangement, not all positions may lend themselves to remote work or flexible schedules.

The Flexible Work Arrangement business processes are conducted in Workday.

Learn more:

Alternate Work Location Guidelines

Flexible Work Schedules


University SAPs, System Policy and Regulations