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 Author: almilligan
PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:41 am 
Salary increases for WNMU administrators for 2017-18 year:

VP Academic Affairs From $152,085 to $196,000 increase of 29%
VP Student Affairs $113,760 to $130,000 increase of 14%
VP External Affairs $111,529 to $125,000 increase of 12%
Head of Financial Aid $50,779 to $70,000 increase of 38%
Head of Admissions $45,000 to $47,477 increase of 6%
Head Student Records $58,918 to $70,000 increase of 19%

Everyone else 0%.


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 Author: Used2B
PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 6:39 pm 
No raise for the only female VP? Again?


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 Author: almilligan
PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 12:13 pm 
This is from the newspaper report on the Bash on Broadway, quoting President Shepard.

Right now, finances are tough as the state has cut 9 percent from the higher education budgets of all universities in New Mexico, Shepard said.

“Right now, we are thinking of how to protect our jobs and staff,” he said. “Our challenge is paying our faculty — especially our fulltime professors.”

And yet the University has the funds to increase their top administrator’s salaries over $106,000.

Slightly changing a famous quote: “Thousands for administrators but not one cent for faculty and staff”.

For those of you that may be interested here is a history of state appropriations to Western:

General Fund Appropriation (000) thousands
2011-12……$16,448
2012-13…….$17,552…..6.7% increase
2013-14…….$18,865…..7.4% increase
2014-15…….$20,302…..7.6% increase
2015-16…….$20,680…..1.9% increase
2016-17…..$18,959.. . 8.3% decrease
2017-18…….$18,999


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