3% match. Ocassionally they add a small discretionary amount if it was a good year. Unfortunately this isn’t great but it’s fairly typical unless you land a job at one of the fortune 500s in the industry.
403b (same as 401), and choice between state pension (requires me to pay 7%), or an optional retirement account where the University (er, my boss, really), puts in 7% flat, requiring no match for me--I actually can't put money into that one. It's basically an IRA--but I actually never checked to see if there are annual limits in that one.
We have Fidelity or TIAA, and I went with TIAA, choosing the typical Vanguard funds, about 95% in stocks