Great vacation and sick leave.
Benefits are okay and typical for higher ed faculty and admin pros - 24 vacation days and 10 hours/month sick leave. They are not a social security employer. Health plan is okay, but can be a bit expensive. Retirement is a defined contribution plan.
CSU provides an average health package. It provides basic coverage and, especially for foreign employees, additional coverage is required.
I was a contracted employee that did not receive any benefits package, so I guess that is probably the "worst thing" about the position I had, and I cannot comment on the benefits packages others have received.
Great 401k matching from CSU. SICK AND annual leave offered.
The part time position that I worked at Colorado State University did not offer any benefits which is to be expected for the position.
State Classified workers only get 12 days of PTO for the first 5 years.
Nothing for people working part time or student employees even if you work full-time. But, with housing costs in Fort Collins everyone struggles.
PERA state-run pension plan. This is grandfathered. New IT Professionals do not get a pension, only 401k.
Good Health Insurance and Retirement benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.