CSU considers raises for new university presidents

July 13, 2012 7:32:57 PM PDT
California State University trustees are considering pay raises for three new university presidents.

This comes as CSU grapples with a possible tuition hike and across the board pay cuts. Cal Watch reports San Francisco State University President Leslie Wong would get $325,000 a year. CSU Northridge President Dianne Harrison would take home more than $324,000. CSU San Bernardino President Tomas Morales would make $319,000.

Harrison would live-rent free and Wong and Morales would get a $60,000 housing allowance. All three would receive a $12,000 car allowance. The trustees will take up the proposal on Tuesday.


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