They do seek to keep good benefits for employees.
Retirement package isn't a 401k but rather TIAA-CREF
As enrollment declines and the school faces financial straights, they are increasingly hiring part time and contract employees, to whom they offer no benefits.
The time off was the best perk at Fuller Theological Seminary. It was based on the number of days worked but you could also leverage sick days.
HMO is essentially the only option. The PPO plan is very expensive
Low co-pays and the monthly employee cost is lower than other higher education institutions that I have worked at.
Included in the health care package is access to an online service for chatting with doctors via video. Great for those middle of the night questions that feel urgent but don't warrant a trip to the ER.
Great HMO benefits with Anthem Blue Cross. Pretty good network of doctors and providers. Co-payments are typical $20 and standard level of care is offered. Seems significantly better than Cigna, Healthnet, or Kaiser.
The benefits at Fuller are great. I think the premiums are a little high, but I honestly don't think that has much to do with the company itself.
FTS is very generous in its employer contributions to the TIAA-CREF retirement plan and life insurance and offers a pretty solid option in its healthcare plans.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.