Logan, Utah • The president of Utah State University will see a salary increase next year.
The Herald Journal reports that Noelle Cockett will make $424,000 right through the 2018-19 school year. That’s a seven p.c increase over her predecessor Stan Albrecht’s pay when he retired in 2017.
The salary larger after lawmakers licensed a pay hike for all Utah State workers, in addition to an increase the Utah Board of Regents licensed to convey the salary consistent with different establishments.
Utah’s upper schooling commissioner Dave Buhler says the state evaluations presidents’ salaries each year to keep aggressive in attracting the most efficient directors.
Cockett additionally will get an $7,695 annual automotive allowance and lives in Utah State’s presidential place of dwelling.