The opportunity to take courses at an Ivy League school is unbeatable. CU matches 3% of your retirement contributions (for officers of administration).
Reasonable health insurance and 5% 403b contribution (no match required).
Paid time off is generous. 401 plan OK.
There isn't one sadly
Vacation and time off are great! You end up with more than 4 weeks a year. You pay a lot for benefits, but they are good.
Best: guaranteed stipend (independent of research project status), flexible hours Worst: inconsistent rent policies, meager health insurance
Best: could potentially gain another undergraduate or master's degree for a fraction of the price since you're a supporting staff member, the health benefits were pretty good Worst: Health benefits were only good for in-network unless you paid extra for out-network. It's also a medical university so it wasn't too inconvenient
Nothing as an adjunct member
Health insurance is highly comprehensive but does not include all major NYC medical groups- including NYU.
No good benefits for support staff employees
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.