Health Insurance is great under the state system
No benefits for part time-which is normal.
Benefits depend on what kind of job you get e.g. if you were a Resident Assistant, you got free housing and a free meal plan.
Health Care is not great and keeps increasing every year with no cost of living increase.
401k contributions are decent for a state university. State Health Plan has very high deductibles and limits.
Best: A lot of benefits ate included and additional add on benefits can be purchased. Worst: You must pay for your own parking of about $300-450 per year.
They don't help with tuition costs
Vacation and sick leave accrual is very good and a great benefit of being employed by a state agency. Medical coverage is average
Flexible PTO, including separate community service hours, state health plan- PPO BCBS plan - good not great, staff discounts to concerts, plays, campus events, opportunity to take free college classes
there are no benefits besides income since it is a on campus student position.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.