I mean, when you work for a university, life is clear. There are nice breaks and down times, so it is easy to keep everything under control. Additionally, they offer great benefits. I mean the amount you can save on pursuing your education, or having your children go for a degree at Towson... you cannot beat it. They have a good HR team that can help you with conflicts and they have good health care plans as well.
It’s part time like the work is.
It's pretty......ok. Not the best
Good state benefits. Deducted before taxes.
There are no benefits for the adjunct faculties. You have to pay out of your pocket for insurance and even for tuition if you are studying there.
Benefits are awesome, especially the health insurance.
Amazing benefits, including sick, personal, and PTO. Also, being a school, there are the occasional snowdays that are a nice benefit - even for staff members!
Hundreds of papers to grade. Adjuncts work at the pleasure of the university. Hours are kept to part time so that the university is not required to give benefits. Adjusts teach perhaps half of university undergraduate courses. Towson is not alone in this.
Decent benefits package. There is a good amount of PTO when you start.
No benefits offered to graduate student employees of the university, apart from general student health insurance - the costs of which are over half of a GA's salary for the year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.