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What percentage raises did administrators and professors at UNCW receive in each of the last two years?

Ken Little
StarNews

Over the past two fiscal years, there have been no annual pay raises for administrators, professors or any employees at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, according to college spokeswoman Dana Fischetti.

Fischetti said that due to state budget cuts, no annual pay increases were authorized by the N.C. General Assembly.

“There were, however, a small number of individuals who were promoted from one position to another or whose job responsibilities changed substantially during that period of time. In those cases, pay adjustments were made as warranted by the change in position and responsibilities,” Fischetti said.

UNCW is required to report all changes in pay to both the N.C. Office of State Budget and Management and the N.C. Office of State Personnel, a mandate for all state agencies, she said.

“UNCW follows all personnel and pay policies as defined by state legislation,” Fischetti said.

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2 Responses to “ What percentage raises did administrators and professors at UNCW receive in each of the last two years?”

  1. On August 18, 2010 at 8:58 pm Joe C wrote:

    Just hope no raise goes to my sister-in-law who works at DHHS or her husband who works at UNCW.

  2. On August 19, 2010 at 9:02 pm JoeC wrote:

    Saw where state auditor Beth Wood admitted surveys inflate our wonderful state employees ratings of their job performance. I knew my two in-laws were overpaid. Thanks for confirming Ms Wood.



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