Top 200 highest paid public college presidents 2012 Fiscal Year

May 13, 2013

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Presidents Compensation at Public Colleges, 2012 Fiscal Year

Pennsylvania State University

Compensation received in the 2012 fiscal year by 200 chief executives at public universities and systems in the United States. Fiscal years typically run from July 1 to June 30 but can vary by institution.

The Chronicle of Higher Education surveyed institutions to collect compensation data. The Chronicle of Higher Education’s analysis included public research universities and affiliated systems with enrollments of at least 10,000, and universities with smaller enrollments that are state flagships. Enrollment figures are for 2010-11, the most recent year available from the U.S. Department of Education.

Top 200 highest paid public college presidents 2012 FY

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Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Top Paying College  Presidents 1-20

Top Paying College  Presidents 21-40

Top Paying College  Presidents 41-60

Top Paying College  Presidents 61-80

Top Paying College  Presidents 80-100

Top Paying College  Presidents 101-120

Top Paying College  Presidents 121-140

Top Paying College  Presidents 141-160

Top Paying College  Presidents 161-180

Top Paying College  Presidents 180-200

 

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