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2) SAINT NORBERT - $71,700
5) CARTHAGE - $70,800
6) ROANOKE - $69,467 11) AUGSBURG - $66,533
7) KING’S - $69,233 12) LYNCHBURG - $66,500
8) ALBRIGHT - $68,333 13) FLORIDA STATE - $64,633
9) ECKERD - $67,600 14) MILLIKIN - $63,033
10) AUGUSTANA - $67,100 15) GUILFORD - $59,433
We’re dead last: investigating a decade’s worth of faculty salary inequalities
BY VICTOR LOPEZ
In less than a month, the president's office will seek the
board of trustees' approval for a three-percent tuition hike.
Administration will also ask for a go-ahead on another
$250,000 in budget cuts, including staff and faculty position
cuts, should Guilford College reach an enrollment "worse-
case scenario." The cuts come on the heels of $2.5 million
to an over-$60-million budget over the past two fiscal years.
With help from 990 tax forms the College provides to
the IRS and data provided by The Chronicle of Higher
Education, The Guilfordian examines where professors'
salaries lay amid the College's finances.
For over 10 years, Guilford professors' salaries have
remained well under those at the College's peer and aspirant
institutions despite increased workloads and continuing
excellence in educating and advising students.
Comparative data provided by Kent Grumbles, director
of institutional researdi & assessment, shows that Guilford's
professors' salaries are lower than its 14 peer institutions'.
In 2002, a full professor averaged $55,357, associate
professor $46,084 and assistant professor $38,825 — while
those at peer institutions earned $61,284, $50,182 and $42,296.
Ten years later, a full professor at Guilford earns, on
average, $71,000 while an associate and assistant make
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$57,100 and $50,200 respectively, whereas the averages at
peer institutions are $82,579, $66,621 and $57,379 respectively.
Although faculty have received promotions, they have not
received raises commensurate with the added responsibility.
"The average salaries by rank have changed a little
because some faculty have been promoted to a higher rank,
while keeping the current salary at their lower rank, and also
because of retirements or departures," Grumbles said.
President and Professor of Political Science Kent Chabotar
said providing faculty with raises shows the institution
values its employees. This is why he insisted faculty receive
raises beginning in 2014-15, even if enrollment only reaches
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NEWS I FINAL APSA DECISION RELEASED | Page 2
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FEATURES | UNGENDERED BATHROOM | Page 7
OPINION I LETTER TO EDITOR: SALARIES | Page 10