May 13th, 2013

How much do public university presidents make? 

A new report from the Chronicle of Higher Education reveals that between 2011-2012, the average compensation package for a public research university president rose by $441,392 — up 4.7 percent from last year.

Among the top earners:

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    My alma mater is up there…wtf.
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    The chancellor of my school makes 400k, which actually surprises me. Though we also have the president of the UC system...
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