HUNTINGTON (AP) — Faculty and staff at Marshall University are getting pay raises.
The Herald-Dispatch reports that Marshall’s Board of Governors approved the pay raises on Wednesday during its regular meeting. The raises total about $1.5 million.
Director of institutional research and planning Michael McGuffey told the board that the raises will average about 3.3 percent. The amounts will vary based on employee classifications.
Faculty in the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, School of Pharmacy and School of Physical Therapy are excluded in the salary increases.