Since it was a graduate assistant/part time position, it did not come with benefits
They offer health insurance but it is expensive on a grad student budget and pay. Housing is also available but expensive. Overall id say it's ok if you have the money to live here .
I wish they offered a meal plan and a place to eat. I usually have to either bring food from home or eat fast food.
UGA offers impressive benefits including TRP Retirement Plan, 10 hours of annual/ 8 hours of sick leave a month, tuition assistance after 6 months, and copious paid holidays.
Free housing, stipend or meal plan option
only health insurance for graduate assistants
The benefits package at UGA is terrific. If you are able to get into TRS and be vested, it's a tremendous life!
Employees accumulate a lot of vacation and sick hours each month. That is a positive thing. The benefits (health, dental, etc.) have gotten worse over the years.
I love this school
have to pay fees and student health insurance in expensive
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