From discounts on locally grown organic produce to worldwide health care, Georgia State has you covered. Georgia State offers competitive, robust benefits for its employees. This overview will help you understand and find more information about the comprehensive benefits available to you as a faculty member.
To help you understand your benefits options, you’ll be prompted to sign up online for a benefits orientation shortly after you accept an offer of employment and submit your new hire paperwork. We also encourage you to review the benefits handbooks and updates available online through the Human Resources Benefits Office.
Two child care centers are offered through Georgia State’s Child Development Program, which is part of the College of Education & Human Development. These child care centers are on campus and immediately adjacent to campus and are popular with Georgia State faculty. Private lactation space is also available on campus. A wide range of fitness and recreation services is available on campus through Georgia State’s Recreation Center. The Touch the Earth program organizes trips to parks in Georgia and neighboring states for hiking, horseback riding, skiing, and kayaking for modest fees throughout the year. Worksite Wellness programs include yoga, meditation, health consultations, weight loss programs, and more.