Employees get to pick between different healthcare plans (dental and vision are included) at different cost levels. What you pay is dependent on your salary bracket (and is very reasonable/low cost). Lots of paid holidays (including about two weeks at Christmas). Tuition benefits are excellent. Access to low cost Orca cards as well.
Seattle University offers work study but no other benefits for part time students.
The benefits were great. 401k and health care.
They offered no benefits to graduate assistant. They only offered hourly minimum wage. I went without health insurance for two years because I couldn't afford it.
Retirement plan, health care benefits (medical and dental), tuition assistance, community service days
-Best: very affordable transit benefit -Worst thing: No clear policy on working from home, no flex time, and salary is so low that you end up working more hours and getting paid less so that you are better off being an hourly employee so that you could at least earn overtime pay.
Best is 401K matching and tuition remission
tuition remission program for staff and dependents
Since we were not allowed to work more than 20 hrs/week, they were allowed to deny any benefits. Just know this is a thing.
As a student worker, you don't get any.