The tuition fee is waived when you get on campus employment which is a big plus. You also get a monthly pay which helps to pay for off campus expenses which is really great.
Although a contracted employee for one semester, I was provided with a pretty good benefits package with medical, dental, and vision included. Even after the contracted term ended, I was eligible for COBRA and unemployment benefits while I looked for another job.
There aren't any benefits for student assistants.
The best thing are the resources to academic center and printing services. There is also a flexible schedule.
Great benefits - I like the options and variety of support available for staff.
Cal Dining provided me with a means to pay off rent and helped provide food so the benefits are there.
You will get full insurance coverage
Health, dental and vision insurances are very well concluded and the monthly fee is not very high. 24 days vacation off and 13 days sick leave is allowed.
Pension. Healthcare options Disability insurance
The maternity leave is not the best
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