Productive Workplace, but no benefits as a student employee
Student (Current Employee) – Manhattan, KS – December 6, 2017
I loved my jobs at K-State, but as a Full-Time student you are limited to a maximum of 30hrs a week between ALL jobs at the University (not at each separately). As a part-time student, you can only work 16hrs. The University will not let you work over that and refuses to pay overtime hours. There are no benefits or compensation as a student employee/part-time employee.
However, the atmosphere is wonderful here - hence why I continued working for the University as a student. Pay raises were with promotions, and were fair for being as student.
Benefits, Compensation, Hours allowed to work/overtime.
Associate Professor (Current Employee) – Manhattan, KS – November 29, 2017
University administration rarely listens to the concerns of its faculty members. It seems as if they are more interested in increasing endowments than faculty/staff pay. Otherwise, the students are conscientious and the faculty are approachable and friendly.
Relaxed work environment
Low pay, faculty must pay for parking and rec center privileges.