I staff at U of M, drive over an hour to work so I must love it! :-) Seriously, not sure what specific info you're looking for. Bennies at the U are pretty darn good. Retirement is why many work there, they match you 2:1 which is great. (I believe now, you must work there one year before the do that.) Health benefits, I can only comment on married then single bennies, both which were good to me. Life insurance on my husband paid out in a difficult situation, which I was very grateful for.
Expenses: PARKING stinks! Ok, that's out of my system. I work nights so parking is a bit easier but on days it's a challenge. It's a union shop too so plan on paying union dues. I'm not against unions but I'm not very happy with the UMPNC currently, I'm not finding them sticking up for staff as I feel they should be. We've had some redesign issues not too long ago and the union rolled over and gave the hospital whatever they wanted. I don't call that advocating for the membership. We are due for a change in leadership in a bit so I'm hoping things will improve. They do have tuition reimbursement as a bennie which is nice.
I work in an advanced practice role with cardiac surgery patients and I love it. We get the most challenging patients from around the country (and sometimes the world) which means you learn a lot caring for them. We also are a world leader in many different areas, which frequently just blows my mind...I mean some of these docs I work with are world leaders in their fields! And I know them! Wowow! You will learn more than you could ever imagine.
I actually work with a nurse who works at the VA perdiem and staffs at U, she says it's the best of both worlds!
Hope any of that helps.