The pay was $4500 per class, very good compensation, no benefits though since you are an adjunct
Good insurance and time off. But very low pay compared to similar universities in the state
A small city with nice people. Working load is fine.
Student workers are not given benefits. Since we are all hourly and cannot work over 20 hours a week. Although I think that is fair and the pay is good for a student position.
Excellent benefits. lots of paid vacation.
As it is a part-time position, it did not come with any benefits.
not much offered for part time
+ Health and dental benefits. + Good variety of retirement options (not being forced into the state's retirement system is nice). + Tuition waiver if you feel like taking classes
Best include tuition waiver for employee and dependent. Time off is good as well receive two weeks at Christmas and spring break week off without utilizing annual leave time.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.