Great benefits and good place to work, nice people and good environment. Good tuition benefits for you and your dependents.
There isn't a benefits package for student workers.
The best thing is the amount that TCU contributes to your retirement. It's unheard of at a lot of places but they contribute 11%.
the university has a reputation for "great benefits" but I found the healthcare offerings average, both in quality and in cost. The real value is in tuition savings, but not everyone wants or needs that benefit so it's not equally distributed across staff.
Tuition benefit is amazing. Also the retirement.
Part Time you cannot work over 29 a week and you receive no benefits
As a graduate teaching assistant we receive health care benefits, tuition paid for, as well as a monthly living stipend.
The best benefit is the free tuition for my kids. The office events are enjoyable too; they bring everyone together.
TCU contributes 11.5% of my salary to my retirement plan.
The benefits are standard for all exempt employees, and they are excellent. In fact, many people work for TCU because of the benefits, rather than salaries, which are admittedly moderate. Some of the best benefits include: 5 weeks paid vacation plus holidays, a tuition benefit that the employee or dependents can use, and (after two years) a retirement plan to which TCU contributes 11.5% of the employee's salary.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.