Saint Paul College and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MinnState) system provide a comprehensive benefit package and developmental opportunities to all eligible employees.
State of Minnesota Health and Dental Benefits
The State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP) provides comprehensive health benefits and excellent medical and dental coverage.
The state offers basic group term life insurance and the option to purchase additional coverage for the employee, spouse or dependent children.
Disability & Long-Term Care
Optional plans to protect your income and assets are available for purchase.
Benefit eligible employees have the option to enroll in pre-tax accounts (flexible spending accounts) such as a Medical/Dental Expense Account (MDEA), or a Dependent Care Expense Account (DCEA).
MinnState offers a mix of mandatory and voluntary retirement plans that help you save for the future.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program provides, expert, confidential, personal consultation for concerns including financial and legal matters, relationship challenges, and personal and family problems.
Health & Wellbeing Programs
Services are designed to address most aspects of wellbeing, such as personal, family, physical, financial, legal, work life, etc. Saint Paul College also has an on-site Wellness Committee that provides training and wellness events for employees.
MinnState offers a tuition waiver benefit to eligible employees which provides the cost of tuition and, in some cases, certain fees. Along with tuition waivers Saint Paul College also offers Tuition Reimbursement and Faculty Professional Development Funds for Employees.
Saint Paul College is committed to being a premier learning community. The College is committed to a professional development program for Faculty and Staff Development that addresses diverse education needs as a College priority and recognizes its importance to the mission, vision, goals, and objectives of the College by establishing a highly skilled and multi-talented workforce. The College has a committed Employee Development Committee that works hard at providing learning and training opportunities for the campus community.