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1 Personnel and Compensation Committee September 23, 2010

2 Tenure Upon Appointment (Vice Chancellor Short) The Committee will review and consider for approval the recommendations from the six universities to award tenure upon appointment to sixteen individuals who were recruited because of distinction in their fields or other special qualifications. Campuses agreed during the recruitment and hiring process to recommend these persons for tenure.

3 Recommended Correction to Promotion Submitted by Tennessee Technological University (Vice Chancellor Short) The Committee is asked to approve a correction to the recommendations for promotion submitted by Tennessee Technological University at the June 2010 meeting of the Board. The faculty member listed below should have been recommended for promotion to Professor. The list submitted by TTU in June incorrectly denoted promotion to Associate Professor. Name DepartmentProposed Rank Coleman, Patricia Music and ArtProfessor

4 General Compensation Update (Vice Chancellor Sims) Current Situation – Institutions operate in a competitive environment – Pace of economic recovery will vary from state to state – States ability and willingness to support improvements in higher education compensation will vary – Represent risk to TBR if institutional salaries become less competitive Purpose of Todays Discussion – Provide Committee background information – Determine further information needs of Committee

5 Salary Adjustment History BASE SALARY INCREASES 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-092009-102010-11 State Mandated COLA 3% 2%3% --- Institutional Options Option A May fund Up To 3% of approved Pay Plan May fund Up To 2% of approved Pay Plan --- Option B May provide an additional 1% Across the Board; plus 2% through Pay Plan May Provide an additional 2% Across the Board if approved Pay Plan has been fully funded --- ONE-TIME BONUS 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-092009-102010-11 State Mandated $70 per year (Minimum $210, Maximum $1,750) - Flat Rate Bonus of $350 for employees with three years of credible service - Flat Rate Bonus of $400 for employees with three years of credible service - * Possible $50 per year (Minimum $150, Maximum $1,250)for employees with one year of credible service Institutional Option May propose an additional 1% one- time bonus or $500 whichever is greater. ---

6 Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities AveragePercent ChangePercent of U.S.Rank in Salary1998-99 to2007-08 toAverage Salary% of SREBSREB Region 2008-09 1998-992008-09Avg. (1)1998-992008-09 United States$75,94333.4%3.3% SREB states72,99837.7%2.4%94%96% Delaware90,05439.7%4.0%114%119%123%11 Maryland80,63438.8%4.4%100%106%110%32 Virginia80,44036.8%0.9%102%106%110%23 North Carolina79,39541.0%3.5%100%105%109%44 Florida74,94336.3%1.4%98%99%103%65 Texas74,69140.9%3.5%93%98%102%76 Georgia73,60330.8%4.6%102%97%101%57 Alabama71,51141.5%-0.5%85%94%98%108 UT System (1) 71,232 29.3% -1.3% 97% 94% 98% South Carolina69,30534.1%0.8%91% 95%99 Kentucky68,52531.1%1.6%93%90%94%810 Oklahoma66,78238.0%3.1%87%88%91%1311 Tennessee 66,252 33.3% 0.1% 90% 87% 91% 11 12 West Virginia64,96238.6%4.8%82%86%89%1513 Louisiana (2)64,82944.4%2.9%82%85%89%1614 TN Bd of Regents (1) 62,925 34.6% 1.2% 82% 83% 86% Mississippi62,77129.1%0.2%84%83%86%1215 Arkansas61,63630.6%1.8%82%81%84%1416 Notes: 1. Calculations by TBR staff based on SREB information. 2. Louisiana increases are greater than they appear because reporting changes in the state went into effect in 1997-98 that reduced reported salaries. Source: Southern Region Education Board Fact Book on Higher Education; Table 71 (Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities); March 2010

7 Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Two-Year Colleges AveragePercent ChangePercent of U.S.Rank in Salary1998-99 to2007-08 toAverage Salary% of SREBSREB Region 2008-09 1998-992008-09Avg. (1)2008-09 United States$60,55431.3%2.9% SREB states51,45229.4%2.5%87%85% Maryland64,96429.1%2.9%109%107%126.3%1 Delaware63,82837.7%0.1%103%105%124.1%2 Virginia57,33428.7%5.1%95% 111.4%3 Florida53,53332.3%0.9%90%88%104.0%4 Alabama53,08124.8%-0.2%95%88%103.2%5 Texas52,94127.3%4.6%89%87%102.9%6 Louisiana (2)51,08450.4%1.3%75%84%99.3%7 Kentucky49,08525.2%-0.2%88%81%95.4%8 Mississippi47,86720.5%4.9%84%79%93.0%9 Georgia47,79410.6%2.6%94%79%92.9%10 North Carolina47,59440.0%2.9%74%79%92.5%11 Tennessee 47,337 31.5% -0.5% 81% 78% 92.0% 12 West Virginia46,62918.1%3.1%85%77%90.6%13 South Carolina46,46432.3%0.2%78%77%90.3%14 Oklahoma45,88822.3%-0.1%84%76%89.2%15 Arkansas42,37528.4%-3.7%77%70%82.4%16 Notes: 1. Calculations by TBR staff based on SREB information. 2. Louisiana increases are greater than they appear because reporting changes in the state went into effect in 1997-98 that reduced reported salaries. Source: Southern Region Education Board Fact Book on Higher Education; Table 71 (Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Four- Year Colleges and Universities); March 2010

8 Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Technical Institutes or Colleges AveragePercent Change Salary1998-99 to2007-08 to% of SREB 2008-09 Avg. (1) United States SREB states43,84011.9%0.1% DelawareNA MarylandNA MississippiNA North CarolinaNA South CarolinaNA TexasNA VirginiaNA Arkansas Florida West Virginia Alabama $ 56,17223.1%4.5%128.1% Oklahoma48,573110.8% Kentucky44,30438.8%-0.5%101.1% Georgia44,21810.1%0.9%100.9% Tennessee 37,687 23.0% 1.1% 86.0% Louisiana (2)35,5895.0%-10.1%81.2% Notes: 1. Calculations by TBR staff based on SREB information. 2. Louisiana increases are greater than they appear because reporting changes in the state went into effect in 1997-98 that reduced reported salaries. 3. "NA" indicates not applicable. There was no institution of this type in the state in at least one of the years. 4. "" indicates not available. Source: Southern Region Education Board Fact Book on Higher Education; Table 71 (Average Salaries of Full-Time Instructional Faculty at Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities); March 2010

9 Cost of 1% Across the Board Salary Increase FacultyAdminSupportProfessionalTotal APSU $ 229,600 $ 41,100 $ 90,300 $ 92,900 $ 453,900 ETSU 415,100 66,500 146,200 185,600 813,400 MTSU 821,600 93,200 175,000 270,400 1,360,200 TSU 319,100 75,400 111,900 176,000 682,400 TTU 272,600 46,100 96,000 109,000 523,700 UOM 773,000 109,000 258,000 385,000 1,525,000 Subtotal 2,831,000 431,300 877,400 1,218,900 5,358,600 CHSCC 109,300 20,900 60,000 79,400 269,600 CLSCC 40,400 8,400 30,600 29,300 108,700 COSCC 85,000 11,000 29,000 43,000 168,000 DSCC 30,100 13,200 21,400 15,800 80,500 JSCC 54,700 16,000 24,600 26,000 121,300 MSCC 67,000 22,000 33,000 17,000 139,000 NASCC 86,800 20,800 42,100 25,200 174,900 NESCC 62,600 10,600 39,900 39,400 152,500 PSCC 137,000 13,800 65,100 59,300 275,200 RSCC 132,000 5,200 44,800 44,200 226,200 STCC 144,800 24,000 111,000 117,000 396,800 VSCC 92,700 7,500 47,600 57,400 205,200 WSCC 102,500 10,200 53,300 50,500 216,500 Subtotal 1,144,900 183,600 602,400 603,500 2,534,400 ECOM 200,000 17,600 30,500 38,500 286,600 EFPC 43,000 - 17,000 48,000 108,000 TSUA&E 3,900 400 500 5,200 TSUMC 500 - 800 1,300 2,600 TSUCOOP 6,500 400 2,000 6,900 15,800 TTCs 322,700 53,200 51,700 78,700 506,300 TBR - 39,600 6,300 68,600 114,500 Total $ 4,552,500 $ 726,100 $ 1,588,500 $ 2,064,900 $ 8,932,000 % Total51.0%8.1%17.8%23.1%100.0%

10 Wrap Up Future Activities – Monitor national and regional trends in higher education compensation – Develop additional background information requested by Committee & Board – Keep Committee updated

11 Consideration of Proposed Equity Adjustments (Vice Chancellor Sims) The East Tennessee State University Compensation Plan was updated and approved at the June 2010 Board Meeting to include methodology to calculate equity deficits for faculty in the Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy. Due to Budget constraints ETSU is only able to implement the Equity Plan for the College of Pharmacy. The College of Pharmacy is a private entity-Equity payments will be funded entirely through Tuition and gifts. Total Cost of implementation is $211,482.


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