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Comprehensive health and welfare benefits are provided to faculty and employees through the University System of Georgia (USG), which includes a range of healthcare, dental, vision and retirement plan options to fit your needs.
Georgia State is a member of the USG, the state agency governing all 28 public institutions in Georgia. USG dictates general policy, administers benefits and supplements funding for the state institutions. It is governed by the Board of Regents.
If you are new to Georgia State use the New Hire resources to get started with your benefits selections.
Ready to gain the new skills and knowledge needed to keep you sharp and improve your career? Georgia State’s committed to the continued professional development of its panther family. The catalog of options contains a course that’s meant for you. Some are online, so you can study any time, anywhere, but you’ll also find classroom courses, where you can interact face to face with the instructor and fellow participants for an enriching experience.
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A higher education institution like Georgia State offers a work environment far different and far more stimulating than other organizations or businesses. Because it is a place of intellectual inquiry and creativity Georgia State has a daily energy and drive that are unmatched in other work sectors. That energy and drive are fueled by determined, hard-working students, deeply committed faculty members and dedicated staffers. The influx of new students and the graduation of those who have earned their degrees provide an annual renewal that can only be found at an academic institution.
Working at Georgia State means joining a community that shares the excitement of intercollegiate athletics, the invigoration of thought-provoking speakers and entertaining events, and exposure to creative work and scientific discoveries that are having an impact around the world. It also affords the opportunity to expand your own intellectual horizons by exploring its first-class libraries or by pursuing a degree through the university’s tuition assistance program.