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A North Dakota Board of Higher Education committee is recommending a 3% salary increases for most college and university presidents. What do you think?

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EarlyBird

Sep-01-14 8:23 AM

If they can't make it on what they earn they should go back to school and further their education to gain earning capability.

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WorriedAmerican

Aug-22-14 4:17 PM

Legend people are coming from all around the WORLD to MSU to get an education BECAUSE the tuition is about HALF of what other universities cost!

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MarkHighwater

Aug-22-14 3:22 PM

the working rich need a raise too now and then....they have to put gas in their Mercedes just like the rest of us.

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rajiihammr

Aug-22-14 1:25 PM

With these three early commenters; Legend, WorriedAm and me, I suspect the poll will swing heavily in favor of a pay hike as soon as the right weighs in.

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Legend

Aug-22-14 11:50 AM

They r overpaid high-steppin, fancy pantsin, campus decorators. Their salaries should be reduced as should tuition. All of the turmoil in the system indicates we r not always getting what we pay 4. MSUPCP is a perfect example. When is the last time u saw the campus without construction? Nothing but a perpetual construction project. How long would your home budget hold up if u did that? It is about education and example; not rediculously high wages and pomp behavior.

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WorriedAmerican

Aug-22-14 11:21 AM

The state employees that actually do the work at the universities are the ones that need to be paid a decent wage!!!

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rajiihammr

Aug-22-14 10:56 AM

Pretty sure they can get by very nicely, thank you, on their multi-six-figure salaries.

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