Sound Off: Pay raise
<b>Kansas University’s chancellor will get a pay raise this year. What about other KU faculty and staff? </b>
KU faculty and staff will be eligible for performance-based raises during the coming fiscal year, which starts July 1, as they have during each of the past two fiscal years. KU will use about $2.6 million of the revenue from its tuition increase to award merit-based raises to faculty and staff in the middle of the fiscal year, allowing for an average raise of 2 percent.