Best - a lot of time off and all normal benefits available to full time employees Worst - the medical insurance is REALLY expensive
Acceptable benefits package. No complaints.
Good 401K, better time off than most companies, paid holidays.
They give cash if you don’t take insurance. They match up to 5% 401k. Vision and dental. Health club 100 reimburse.
It's beyond expensive for a "for profit" college. They should be paying way more than they are. Teachers are not paid that much to being with.
Good benefits it was up and down as far as how they handle some of the benefits but they do try to take care of their employees.
Nothing - too expensive although vacation time is decent.
If you are single great. Have a family yikes! Oh and Tuition Reimbursement doesn't actually happen. They put you in a queue with no intention to approve.
The only benefit available to the adjunct instructor is a limited tuition benefit that requires working there for several years after using the benefit and if not, needing to repay the tuition benefit.
401k used to have matching for full time, not any more. Auto enroll puts all full time & part time employees into 401k. Part timers are not likely to benefit. Health insurance is expensive and not the best coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.