Fiscal Year 2012 Salary Report for the Illinois Public Community Colleges

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1 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report for the Illinois Public Community Colleges 401 East Capitol Avenue Springfield, Illinois Telephone: (217)

2 Research & Policy Studies Nathan Wilson, Senior Director Michelle Dufour, Assistant Director Corey Hankins, Assistant Director Jana Smith, Assistant Director Candy Tempel, IT Technical Associate, Information Technology ii

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4 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FISCAL EAR 2012 SALAR REPORT 1. Fiscal ear 2012 Weighted Average Contractual Salaries The contractual salary is the base salary paid to full-time personnel. (Tables 2, 11, and 14) Faculty (9 month) $69,76 Administrative (12 month) $89,092 Other (Nonteaching) Professional (9 month) $66,77 2. Fiscal ear 2011 Average Cost of Fringe Benefits for Full-Time Employees. (Table 20) Full-Time Faculty (9 month) $12,764 Administrative (12 month) $1,189 Other (Nonteaching) Professional (9 month) $12,72 Classified (12 month) $11,94. Fiscal ear 2012 Average Salary Rates. (Table ) Part-Time Faculty Rate Full-Time Faculty Overload Rate Full-Time Faculty Summer Rate $661/credit hour $760/credit hour $90/credit hour 4. Fiscal ear 2012 Average Academic ear Salary Schedule Salaries Paid to Full-Time Faculty with a Master's or Doctorate. (Table 7) Master's Degree, Plus Zero Hours (No Experience) $41,026 Master's Degree, Plus Zero Hours ( ears Experience) $47,104 Master's Degree, Maximum Hours ( ears Experience) $6,07 Doctorate, Maximum Hours (Maximum Experience) $96,22. Fiscal ear 2011 Weighted Average Total Salary Actually Paid These salaries include all overloads and compensation for extra assignments paid to full-time employees between July 1, 2010 and June, (Tables 2 and 24) Faculty (9 and 12 month) $8,610 Administrative (12 month) $90,28 Other (Nonteaching) Professional (9 and 12 month) $6,20 Classified $8, iv

5 FISCAL EAR 2012 SALAR REPORT FOR THE ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Table of Contents Page Introduction... 1 Employee Groups... 2 Section I - Fiscal ear 2012 Contractual Base Salaries for Full-Time Faculty at Illinois Public Community Colleges... Section II - Fiscal ear 2012 Part-Time Faculty Salary Rates and Full-Time Faculty Overload and Summer Term Rates at Illinois Public Community Colleges... 6 Section III - Salaries Based on Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Schedules for Full-Time Faculty with a Master's Degree at Illinois Public Community Colleges... 8 Section IV - Institutional Policies Related to Faculty Salaries and Faculty Contracts at Illinois Public Community Colleges - Fiscal ear Section V - Fiscal ear 2012 Contractual Base Salaries for Other (Nonteaching) Professional Staff at Illinois Public Community Colleges Section VI - Fiscal ear 2012 Contractual Base Salaries for Administrative Staff (12 Months) at Illinois Public Community Colleges... Section VII - Salaries Paid to Selected Administrators at Illinois Public Community Colleges During Fiscal ear Section VIII - Summary of Fiscal ear 2012 Monthly Classified and Other (Nonteaching) Professional Staff Salaries at Illinois Public Community Colleges... 2 Section I - Fringe Benefits for Full-Time Employees at Illinois Public Community Colleges - Fiscal ear Section - Fiscal ear 2012 Mean Percentage Salary Increases for Faculty, Other (Nonteaching) Professional Staff, Administrative Staff, and Classified Staff at Illinois Public Community Colleges... 2 v

6 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Table of Contents (Continued) Section I - Fiscal ear 2011 Average Total Salary Actually Paid at Illinois Public Community Colleges... 4 Section II - Statewide Average Annual Contractual Salaries in Illinois Public Community Colleges for Fiscal ears 2008 to Page vi

7 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 1 INTRODUCTION Data about compensation received by employees in Illinois' 48 Illinois public community colleges are gathered by the (ICCB). Data in the Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report reflect the census date of October 1, The efforts that college staff put forth to provide these data are greatly appreciated. In an attempt to minimize the number of separate requests for salary data received by public community colleges, ICCB staff provide these data on the colleges' behalf in response to requests for salary information from the Illinois Board of Higher Education, National Center for Educational Statistics, Legislature, and other interested persons. Data are presented by peer groups with statewide totals. The seven peer groups are based on a combination of college enrollment (semester), geographic location, and financial data: I Headcount enrollment of less than,000, downstate, located in or near communities of less than 0,000 population. II Headcount enrollment of approximately,000 to 4,000, downstate, located in or near communities of less than 0,000 population. III Headcount enrollment greater than 4,000, downstate, located in or near communities of less than 0,000 population. IV Located downstate and in urbanized areas. V Headcount enrollment less than 10,000, located in the Chicago metropolitan area. VI City Colleges of Chicago. VII Headcount enrollment greater than 10,000, located in the Chicago metropolitan area. Peer groups are separated by solid lines in the tables. As you move from top to bottom down the table, the groupings generally correspond to districts with higher enrollments in more urbanized environments. Within each peer group, the colleges are listed in alphabetical order. Most tables in this report contain information on full-time employees. The report includes faculty salary data which are based on actual contracts, salaries from salary schedules, overload faculty salary rates, and part-time faculty salary rates. Also included are administrative salaries, other (nonteaching) professional staff salaries; information on average faculty load; salaries for selected administrators; salaries for positions similar to Universities Civil Service classifications; and fiscal year 2011 salaries actually paid to faculty, administrators, other (nonteaching) professionals, and classified staff.

8 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 2 EMPLOEE GROUPS Descriptions of the employee groups used in this report are provided below. These categories correspond with Fiscal Management Manual salaries expenditures codes. Faculty are individuals who spend more than one-half of their workload in the activity of teaching and providing instruction to students. Administrative Staff are line officers of the college who manage, conduct, and administer programs, staff, and operations of the board of trustees. Academic administrators and general administrative personnel are included. Classified Staff include clerical and custodial/maintenance staff. Clerical personnel engage in the process of keeping records and processing information upon the request and direction of college professional staff. Custodial/maintenance staff engage in housekeeping and the maintenance or repair of college facilities and equipment. Other (nonteaching) Professional Staff include professional/technical, academic support, and supervisory staff. Professional/technical staff have specialized skills but do not directly support the process of teaching. Academic support staff exercise professional judgment and discretion and directly support the teaching and learning process. Supervisory staff have the duty, responsibility, or authority to recommend the employment, transfer, suspension, dismissal, promotion, assignment, reward, or discipline of other staff individuals both full- and part-time.

9 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page Section I FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR FULL-TIME FACULT AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Table 1 summarizes the range of salaries for full-time faculty on 9-month contracts for fiscal year Faculty are individuals who spend more than one-half of their workload in the activity of teaching and providing instruction to students. Table 2 identifies the lowest, average, highest, and median academic year contractual base salaries of full-time faculty with 9-month contracts at each community college in Illinois. Table provides the same information for full-time faculty with 12-month contracts. The low salaries represent the lowest contractual base salary actually paid to a full-time faculty member at each of the community college districts and may be different from salary schedule salaries which are reported in Tables 7 and 8. The high salaries represent the highest contractual base salary actually paid to full-time teaching faculty members for an academic year at each of the colleges. The mean salaries represent the weighted average of all full-time teaching faculty salaries at each community college district. Statewide average salary data reported throughout this report are weighted average salary data. The median salaries reported are those which are the middle salary at each college. The median salary is generally considered to be the most appropriate measure of central tendency for salary data within a given college since it is not affected by extreme high or low salaries; however, it is not as meaningful when reporting statewide composite median salary data. (9-MONTH) Table 1 SUMMAR OF FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR FULL-TIME FACULT AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES District Range Low - High State Average Low Faculty Salaries $24,46 $4,186 $41,78 Average Faculty Salaries $49,01 $99,94 $69,76* High Faculty Salaries $61,214 $144,627 $97,60 Median Faculty Salaries $46,8 $102,129 $64,2 *Weighted

10 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 4 Table 2 FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR FULL-TIME FACULT (9 MONTHS) AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES RANGE OF SALARIES NUMBER 2TH 7TH DISTRICT/COLLEGE OF STAFF LOW %TILE MEDIAN %TILE HIGH AVERAGE* 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS AND CLARK LOGAN 28 MCHENR 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 09 ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE $ 8,440 4,800 41,07 8,280 6,474 8,00 49,7 44,66 40,000 40,40 2,017 7,177 9,691 9,22 4,8 42,222 48,16 4,900 41,694 41,81 40,16 24,46 40,9 6,20 4,144 4,042 48,406 4,077 42,227 4,147 4,062 $ 44,40 2,47 0,98 44,44 44,048 4,974 64,47 7,77 49,22 47,1 44,46 46,994 8,04 49,290 4,21,9 7,064 67,92 48,7 0,898 0,2 61,06 9,277 4,4 2,402,97 71,898 64,9 4,477 0,94 6,77 $ 48,720 6,062,401 46,8 0,874 48,9 70,797 66,62,727 1,9 2,1 4,024 64,4 6,188 1,879 62,4 67,814 8,997 6,890 6,670 6,28 76,41 64,268 4,197 61,28 61,011 88,492 71,624 66,276 6,977 68,782 $,70 60,092 60,01 6, 9,87 4, 79,09 7,1 9,88 61,810 8,720 61,497 70,196 64,274 9,12 72,64 74,924 99,60 7,42 64,80 61,802 86,94 72,871 61,42 72,949 68, ,699 8, 76,880 84,22 84,609 $ 84,460 69,89 67,406 72,794 71,87 61,214 94,67 81,909 9,716 78,910 77,297 8,19 98,497 94,9 71,0 94,88 90, ,619 98,46 96,086 92, ,71 89,499 87,07 100,9 118, ,8 120,96 111,062 10, ,087 $ 1,7 6,0 4,77 0,72 2,477 49,01 72,18 6,729 6,247 4,92 1,79,881 64,617 8,29 1,28 64,416 66,84 8,66 61,189 8,06 7,601 74,88 6, 4,678 6,97 62,42 88,01 76,16 67, 66,440 70,49 08 CHICAGO 9 47,6 9,078 66,617 78, ,206 70,94 02 DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON ,797 42,209 40,871 46,46 44,970 4,186 44,7 86,647 7,109 62,20 6,89 2,110 76,2 49, ,129 74,872 74,218 84,028 8,94 90,22 6,27 118,17 90,449 90,10 102,18 6,9 114,2 7,212 12,14 1,400 1, ,94 98, ,627 1,941 99,94 7,97 76,289 8,96 9,608 9,776 67,282 TOTALS/AVERAGES 4,612 $ 41,78 Lowest Low/Highest/High $ 24,46 * Weighted SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1) $,127 $ 64,2 $ 74,770 $ 97,60 $ 144,627 $ 69,76

11 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page Table FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR FULL-TIME FACULT (12 MONTHS) AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES RANGE OF SALARIES NUMBER 2TH 7TH DISTRICT/COLLEGE OF STAFF LOW %TILE MEDIAN %TILE HIGH AVERAGE* 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS AND CLARK LOGAN 28 MCHENR 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 09 ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE $ 2,84 44,9 7,72 4,900 9,000 4,424,046 6,918 2,7 84,278 8,4 $ 2,84 44,9 7,72 4,900 42,4 4,424,098 6,918,174 84,278 42,276 $,109 44,9 61,09 4,900 4,980 4,424,87 8,18 62,911 92,686 44,001 $ 8,668 44,9 64,44 4,900,292 4,424 7,14 60,496 76,8 101,09 1,680 $ 8,668 44,9 64,44 4,900 6,19 4,424 7,74 60,496 84, ,09 1,680 $ 4,87 44,9 61,09 4,900 47,79 4,424 6,116 8,17 6,720 92,686 4,1 08 CHICAGO 16 41,498 48,421 6,171 69,02 7,91 8,74 02 DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON TOTALS/AVERAGES 69 Lowest Low/Highest/High = Not Applicable * Weighted SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1) :: $ 49,49 $,046 $ 0,919 $ 4,27 $ 9,00 $ 61,097 $ 101,09 $ 2,941

12 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 6 Section II FISCAL EAR 2012 PART-TIME FACULT SALAR RATES AND FULL-TIME FACULT OVERLOAD AND SUMMER TERM RATES AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Table 4 summarizes part-time faculty and full-time faculty overload and summer term salary rates in Illinois public community colleges during fiscal year Table presents the average part-time faculty salary rates per semester credit hour and full-time faculty overload rates by each community college district. The first column shows the part-time faculty rate per course credit hour. This rate is the amount paid to part-time teachers who might, for example, teach a night class at an extension center. The second column shows the overload rate for full-time faculty for the academic year. This rate represents the amount paid to full-time faculty for teaching courses above the full-time load during the academic year. Often this is compensation for teaching an extra night class or for teaching an additional class in the daytime. The third column reflects the amount received by full-time faculty members for teaching a class during the summer term. Community colleges have many different bases for determining parttime faculty rates as well as overload rates. Some colleges pay a flat rate per course or a flat rate per term, other colleges base their rates on contact hours or credit hours, and still others pay an hourly rate. In addition, the overload rates for full-time faculty are based on a percentage of that faculty member's actual salary at some colleges. Table 4 STATE SUMMAR OF FISCAL EAR 2012 PART-TIME FACULT RATES PER COURSE CREDIT HOUR AND FULL-TIME FACULT OVERLOAD AND SUMMER TERM SALAR RATES AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Lowest Highest Average Part-time Faculty Rates $74 $1,119 $661 Overload Rates (Full-time Faculty) $418 $1,096 $760 Summer Term Rates (Full-time Faculty) $480 $2,8 $90

13 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 7 Table FISCAL EAR 2012 AVERAGE PART-TIME FACULT SALAR RATES AND FULL-TIME FACULT OVERLOAD AND SUMMER TERM RATES AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Part-time Faculty Rate Full-time Faculty Rate Per Course Credit Hour Per Course Overload Rate Rate for DISTRICT/COLLEGE Credit Hour for Academic ear Summer Term 18 SANDBURG $ 69 $ 767 $ 87 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN SPOON RIVER 0 1,000 9 WOOD DANVILLE HIGHLAND 22 1,096 1,1 01 KASKASKIA KISHWAUKEE 8 9 1, REND LAKE SAUK VALLE ILLINOIS EASTERN ILLINOIS VALLE KANKAKEE LAKE LAND LEWIS AND CLARK LOGAN MCHENR BLACK HAWK HEARTLAND ILLINOIS CENTRAL LINCOLN LAND PARKLAND 988 1,010 1,020 7 RICHLAND ROCK VALLE , SOUTHWESTERN 722 1,082 1, ELGIN , MORTON PRAIRIE STATE SOUTH SUBURBAN WAUBONSEE , CHICAGO ,78 02 DUPAGE ,8 12 HARPER JOLIET ,017 2 LAKE COUNT MORAINE VALLE ,6 OAKTON 1, TRITON AVERAGES $ 661 $ 760 $ 90 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C2)

14 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 8 Section III SALARIES BASED ON FISCAL EAR 2012 SALAR SCHEDULES FOR FULL-TIME FACULT WITH A MASTER'S DEGREE AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES A summary of fiscal year 2012 salary schedule ranges and averages for master's degree faculty is shown in Table 6. The highest figures on this page are for full-time faculty members with a doctorate with maximum hours. Table 7 provides the fiscal year 2012 salary schedule salaries at each community college in Illinois. These salaries are based on the salary schedules at the colleges and not on the actual salaries paid. Table 6 SUMMAR OF FISCAL EAR 2012 SALAR SCHEDULE SALARIES FOR FULL-TIME FACULT MEMBERS WITH A MASTER'S DEGREE AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Base Salary Schedule Categories Master's Degree, Plus (No Experience) District Range Low - High State Average Zero Hours $,947 $1,408 $41,026 Master's Degree, Plus Zero Hours $,474 $62,424 $47,104 ( ears Experience) Master's Degree, Maximum Hours ( ears Experience) Doctorate, Maximum Hours (Maximum Experience/Highest Salary) $,474 $9,20 $6,07 $0,788 $11,40 $96,22

15 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 9 Table 7 SALARIES BASED ON SALAR SCHEDULES FOR FULL-TIME TEACHING FACULT WITH MASTER'S DEGREES AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES FOR FISCAL EAR 2012 Base Salary Base Salary Base Salary Highest Salary Master's Degree Master's Degree Master's Degree Doctorate 0 Hours 0 Hours Max. Hours Max. Hours District/College 0 ears Exp. ears Exp. ears Exp. Max. Exp. 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD $ 7,710 9,84 7,74 8,17 6,1 $ 41,20 4,68 41,80 41,14 9,896 $ 4,700 1,42 47,8 48,67 44,684 $ 9,10 81,29 76,497 86,667 82,7 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 4,000 46,092 42,419 N/A 9,740,947 4,000,910 48,04 N/A 42,740,474 4,000 68,677 7,112 N/A 7,460,474 60,71 94,67 80,709 N/A 79,960 79,91 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS & CLARK LOGAN 28 MCHENR 7,017 7,260 9,22 6,1 41,842 40,000 1,408 N/A 4,661 4,98 9,1 46,76 47,110 62,424 N/A 1,46 4,80 40,78 2,0,272 67,47 86,766 9, ,29 0,788 94,88 91, ,619 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 9,00 N/A 40,16 40,00 8,29,94 42,002 4,679 44,009 N/A 44,96 46,96 46,62 8,0 47,002 1,7 49,0 N/A 44,96 9,20 0,129 49,872 7,022,67 8,1 N/A 70, ,01 89,499 8, ,9 91, ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE 46,21 42,489 40,,171 42,9 4,1 49,27 49,887 8,4 4,96 74,21,870 9,489 46,87 2, ,8 120,96 101,81 101, , CHICAGO 47,6 4,100 8,79 121,14 02 DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON 48,46 42,209 4,72 44,22 4,60 4,100 44,7 AVERAGES $ 41,026 N/A = Not Applicable SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C2) 61,1 47,274 49,76,7 48,00 1,88,019 77, 60,06 7,106 66,41 2,829 6,94 67, ,47 1, ,6 119,94 111,248 11,40 1,941 $ 47,104 $ 6,07 $ 96,22

16 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 10 Section IV INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES RELATED TO FACULT SALARIES AND FACULT CONTRACTS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES FISCAL EAR 2012 Table 8 summarizes the institutional policies related to faculty salaries and faculty contracts at each public community college district in Illinois. These policies often have a considerable impact on the salaries presented elsewhere in this report. The average number of weekly class contact hours per full-time instructional faculty, for example, has a bearing on the number of faculty that an institution must have to meet its needs. The length of a full-time academic year contract also has a bearing on academic year salary for full-time faculty. Table 9 shows these institutional policies for each college. Thirty-nine public community college districts reported that they have master contracts with the faculty. In addition to the class contact hours, office hours, and academic advising hours, faculty members spend much time in grading papers, preparing class presentations, working on curriculum development, and serving on college committees. Accordingly, although the state average number of required weekly hours for the faculty does not total 40 hours, most faculty members spend over 40 hours per week on their full-time assignments. Table 8 SUMMAR OF INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES RELATED TO FACULT SALARIES AND CONTRACTS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES FISCAL EAR 2012 Low Range - High State Average Average early Credit Hours Required for Full-time Teaching Faculty (Semester Hours) 2 Average Weekly Class Contact Hours Required for Full-time Teaching Faculty 18 Average Weekly Office/Academic Advising Hours Length of Full-time Faculty Academic ear Contract in Weeks 40 4

17 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 11 Table 9 INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES RELATED TO FACULT SALARIES AND CONTRACTS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES - FISCAL EAR 2012 District/College Faculty Avg. early Avg. Weekly Avg. Weekly Length of Academic ear Collective Number of Semester Class Contact Office/Adv. in in Instructional Bargaining ears in Hours Hours Hours Weeks Days Master Contract Contract ear Contract Expires Full-Time Faculty Salary Schedule Recognized College Negotiating Body 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS & CLARK LOGAN 28 MCHENR 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 09 ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE N N N IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA IEA/NEA ICC Faculty Forum Academic Employees 08 CHICAGO DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON IEA/NEA IEA/NEA TOTALS/AVERAGES Not Applicable / Not Specified in Contract SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C2) N = 0 1 = 0 = 9 2 = 2 = 17 4 = 1 = 6 6 = 1 7 = 0 0 =2010 N = =2011 = 6 9 = =201 1 =2014 =20 0 =2016 IEA/NEA = 12 = 2 Local Fac Assoc./ Teachers' Union = 2

18 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 12 Section V FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR OTHER (NONTEACHING) PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Table 10 summarizes the range of fiscal year 2012 salaries for other professional staff in Illinois public community colleges. Tables 11 and 12 identify the number of staff and the lowest, average, highest, and median contractual base salaries paid to full-time other (nonteaching) professionals (9-month and 12-month) at each community college in Illinois. Other (nonteaching) professional staff include a relatively diverse group of professional/technical, academic support, and supervisory staff. Professional/technical staff have specialized skills but do not directly support the teaching and learning process. Academic support staff exercise professional judgment and discretion and directly support the teaching and learning process. Supervisory staff have the duty, responsibility, or authority to recommend the employment, transfer, suspension, dismissal, promotion, assignment, reward, or discipline of other staff individuals both full- and part-time. The lowest and highest salaries represent the lowest and highest base salaries actually paid to full-time other (nonteaching) professionals at each of the community colleges. The average salaries represent the weighted average of all full-time other (nonteaching) professional salaries at each college. The median salaries represent the salary received by the person in the middle of the range at each college. The weighted state average salary of other (nonteaching) professional staff with 9-month contracts was $66,77. For other (nonteaching) professional staff with 12- month contracts, the weighted state average salary was $,0. Table 10 SUMMAR OF FISCAL EAR 2012 ACADEMIC EAR CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES PAID TO OTHER (NONTEACHING) PROFESSIONALS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES District Range State Low - High Average Lowest Salaries (9 month) $18,012 $68,448 $4,062 Lowest Salaries (12 month) $1,46 $42,00 $28,290 Average Salaries (9 month) $24,084 $100,97 $66,77* Average Salaries (12 month) $4,02 $69,170 $,0* Highest Salaries (9 month) $,04 $12,14 $78,1 Highest Salaries (12 month) $9,467 $14,800 $88,181 Median Salaries (9 month) $22,6 $101,86 $60,02 Median Salaries (12 month) $,0 $6,61 $46,197 *Weighted

19 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 1 Table 11 FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR OTHER (NON-TEACHING) PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES (9 MONTHS) RANGE OF SALARIES NUMBER 2TH 7TH DISTRICT/COLLEGE OF STAFF LOW %TILE MEDIAN %TILE HIGH AVERAGE* 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS AND CLARK LOGAN 28 MCHENR 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 09 ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE ,420 $ 18,012 9,86 18,142 27,641 6,1 7,41 4,162 29,47 20,70 47,146 41,728 48,700 6,440 47,960,84 41,4,16 $ 18,807 9,86 28,914 27,641 41,09 7,41 62,424 40,696 21,79 47,146 41,728 48,700 76,894 47,960 42,092 1,412 62,880 $ 22,6 9,86,748 1,67 47,11 7,41 79,866,187 2,944 62,110 4,869 8,40 94,161 4,1,46 8,484 70,680 $ 29,62 9,86 66,9,708 1,979 7,41 94,09 7,42 24,799 70,688 4,869 87, 112,884 6,88 69,22 6,19 7,10 $,2 9,86 77,879,708 61,87 7,41 99,60 8,1,04 70,688 4,869 87, 116,8 62,969 8,40 68,01 62,92 $ 24,084 9,86 49,17 1,67 47,46 7,41 78,096,606 24,142 9,981 0,489 64,880 91,270,926,471 6, CHICAGO 16 47,6 60,229 70,74 76, ,706 70,79 02 DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON ,448 47,878 6,20 7,161 67,20 6,27 91,264 8,96 8,07 42,6 71,201 64, 101,86 70,0 78,718 48,620 81,192 79,797 11,899 79, ,64 2,9 88,81 102,84 12,14 1,400 11,466 89,989 90,22 104,1 100,97 72,027 79,4 0,87 80,007 82,424 TOTALS/AVERAGES Lowest Low/Highest High * Weighted Not Applicable SOURCE OF DATA: Salary 212 Submission (C1) $ 4,062 $ 18,012 $ 49,828 $ 60,02 $ 69,747 $ 78,1 $ 12,14 $ 66,77

20 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 14 Table 12 FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR OTHER (NON-TEACHING) PROFESSIONAL STAFF AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES (12 MONTHS) RANGE OF SALARIES NUMBER 2TH 7TH DISTRICT/COLLEGE OF STAFF LOW %TILE MEDIAN %TILE HIGH AVERAGE* 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS AND CLARK LOGAN 28 MCHENR 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 09 ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE $ 21,260 28,892 18,012 26,000 22,891 28,092 26,010 28,080 1,012 18,6 1,192 19,469 20,842 29,70 2,792 2,2 29,16 1,46 2,108 29,400 28,704 27,428 17, 2,87 27,040,701,7 9,061 27,718 22,000 1,9 $ 28,000 40,227 2,01 1,80 27,171 29,19,872 4,160 40,89 2,92 9,260 28,782 6,48 9,96 4,944 29,912 40,216 4,96 42,074,798 8,679 41,7 42,02 4,226 4,44 4,084,70 48,01 42,646 4,4 8,897 $,270 42,887 2,000 6,2,0,868 40,77 40,8 46,948 7,9 4,08 6,880 44,49 4,264 4,76,97 44,8 40,892 49,80 9,88 44,40 48,049 0,090 7,74 48,00 7,99 6,984 2,78 46,6 40,170 49,0 $ 9, 48,92 47,814 42,186 40,69 44,0 47,622 44,77,029 44,7 2,000 4,966 2,91 49,982 2,27 44,762 0,22 46,988 60,09 4,71 1,806 4,17 64,172 47,8 6,90 74,970 77,897 9,422 49,446 49,09 9,70 $ 60,0 82,120 66,49 6,649 62,707 86,01 6,94 7,6 64,741 89,690 9,467 66,17 87,298 68,92 108,06 69,696 82,24 89,047 10,000 70,000 90,646 66,480 96,09 109,29 84, , ,64 70,77 68,10 8,608 86,244 $ 4,711 4,908 6,062 8,207 4,02 9,767 41,69 40,80 46,74 9, 44,68 7,97 4,19 4,2 46,41 7,98 46,7 42,272 1,740 40,482 46,647 48,299,44 41,601 0,402 62,121 66,40 4,98 4,82 42,972 0, CHICAGO ,122 49,2 60,448 72,0 14,800 6,11 02 DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON ,872 42,00 4,019,6 9,8 41,77 7,977 6,462 7,07 46,67 8,81 49,002 0,609 49,6 6,47 6,61 4, 44,12 6,824 62,09 6,04 79,29 78,06 62,91 6,6 68,74 71,06 64, ,41 126,406 80,704 9,2 107,1 117,189 99,462 69,170 68,47 4,969 48,909 60,221 64,4 8,799 TOTALS/AVERAGES Lowest Low/Highest High * Weighted Not Applicable SOURCE OF DATA: Salary,962 Submission (C1) $ 28,290 $ 1,46 $ 9,64 $ 46,197 $,081 $ 88,181 $ 14,800 $,0

21 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page Section VI FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF (12 MONTHS) AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Table 1 summarizes the range of administrative staff contractual salaries for fiscal year The weighted average administrative staff salary ranged from a low of $61,77 to a high of $11,81. Table 14 provides the number of administrative staff; lowest, average, and highest fiscal year 2012 salaries; and the median fiscal year 2012 salaries of administrative staff for each district reporting data. Administrative staff are line officers of the college who manage, conduct, and administer programs, staff, and operations of the board of trustees. Academic administrators and general administrative personnel are included. Administrative staff includes positions similar to those shown in Table. Some colleges may classify some of these administrative positions as faculty or other (nonteaching) professional staff. However, for the sake of comparison, they were asked to report them as administrative staff regardless of how they were classified at the college. The statewide weighted average administrative salary for fiscal year 2012 was $89,092. The lowest reported administrative salary was $26,46 and the highest was $4,906. Administrative salaries are based on 12 months. Table 1 SUMMAR OF FISCAL EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL SALARIES (12 MONTHS) PAID TO ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES District Range Low - High State Average Lowest Administrative Salaries $26,46 $86,646 $2,67 Average Administrative Salaries $61,77 $11,81 $89,092* Highest Administrative Salaries $19,860 $4,906 $192,17 Median Administrative Salaries $6,82 $11,2 $81,76 *Weighted

22 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 16 FISCAL Table 14 EAR 2012 CONTRACTUAL BASE SALARIES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES B PEER GROUP DISTRICT/COLLEGE RANGE OF SALARIES NUMBER 2TH 7TH OF STAFF LOW %TILE MEDIAN %TILE HIGH AVERAGE* 18 SANDBURG 1 SHAWNEE SOUTHEASTERN 4 SPOON RIVER 9 WOOD 07 DANVILLE 19 HIGHLAND 01 KASKASKIA 2 KISHWAUKEE 21 REND LAKE 06 SAUK VALLE 29 ILLINOIS EASTERN 1 ILLINOIS VALLE 20 KANKAKEE 17 LAKE LAND 6 LEWIS & CLARK LOGAN 28 MC HENR 0 BLACK HAWK 40 HEARTLAND 14 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 26 LINCOLN LAND 0 PARKLAND 7 RICHLAND 11 ROCK VALLE 22 SOUTHWESTERN 09 ELGIN 27 MORTON PRAIRIE STATE 10 SOUTH SUBURBAN 16 WAUBONSEE $ 42,970 4,2 7,0 7,440 26,46 40,778 4,671 2,80 8,249,94 60,900 9,47,866,021 44,80 4,764 48,18 41,612 81,781 44,800 4,922 4,000 47,662 6, 46,6 67,04 7,61 1,80 6,1,40 71,264 $ 66,010 4,28,686 4,417 47,92 0,646 60,021 4,961 78,900 47,97 67,2,0 68,20 46,012 6,194 2,2 61, 72,7 100,08,9 80,000 6,911 69,76 49,726 70,10 84,90 97,698 66,606 64,62 70,092 80,74 $ 76,120 62,940 64,000 70,000 60,06 72,6 74,0 7,682 86,017 68,000 74,892 68,066 7,228 6,82 70,44 71,400 72,77 77,92 11,7 61,147 90,974 78,641 82,6 61,807 78,018 96, ,728 84,717 7,92 78,441 8,2 $ 10,610 71,980 7,81 88,212 68,000 79,000 88,9 72,4 98,269 8,28 89,44 101,987 94,097 69, ,18 99,24 86,118 92, ,4 77,6 102, ,99 9,9 78,17 94, , ,886 94,70 90, , ,769 $ 160,0 144, ,94 142,2 176,929 16,4 19, ,62 16,06 14,80 2, , , ,9 200,07 264,894 7, ,80 17, ,12 227,0 212,400 20, , ,21 6, ,1,20 201,71 146,8 216,000 $ 84,97 69,670 68,76 7,92 66,216 72,182 76,46 62,662 91,002 70,012 82,899 7,400 8,817 61,77 90,87 8,720 78,9 84,92 116,8 71,760 96,162 8,104 86,087 69,200 8,8 101,94 1,61 8,09 84,868 86,78 99,21 08 CHICAGO 129 8,800 82,000 9, , ,000 10,69 02 DUPAGE 12 HARPER 2 JOLIET 2 LAKE COUNT 24 MORAINE VALLE OAKTON 04 TRITON ,487 79,82 72,766 47,040 6,21 86,646 46,288 10,000 91,97 8,49 7,66 94,000 10,94 68,40 11,2 114,794 89,60 86,09 10,66 120,27 96, , , , ,998 11,14 141,00 110, , , ,70 2,62 4,906 2,48 212,082 11,81 121,6 9,086 9, ,40 126,64 96,160 TOTALS/AVERAGES Lowest Low/Highest High * Weighted SOURCE OF DATA: Salary 1,79 Submission (C1) $ 2,67 $ 26,46 $ 69,6 $ 81,76 $ 100,08 $ 192,17 $ 4,906 $ 89,092

23 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 17 Section VII SALARIES PAID TO SELECTED ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 A summary of the fiscal year 2012 contractual base salaries paid to selected administrators in Illinois public community colleges appears in Table. Table 16 shows the contractual base salaries paid to selected administrators in each of the public community colleges in Illinois during fiscal year The chief executive officer of the district is either a chancellor or a president and has overall administrative responsibilities for the district. The chief campus administrator reports directly to the chief executive officer of the district and has overall administrative responsibility for the college. Examples of chief campus administrators are the presidents or provosts at multicampus institutions and executive vice presidents for internal affairs at single campus colleges. Due to the various administrative organizations which exist at the colleges, a particular position may not exist at some colleges. An analysis of the entire administrative structure must be made before making comparisons between similar positions at two different colleges. A number of factors should be taken into account when comparing persons in similar positions at two colleges, such as the college size/number of full-time equivalent students, number of staff supervised, cost of living in a given region of the state, etc. Table SUMMAR OF FISCAL EAR 2012 SALARIES PAID TO ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES Administrative Position District Range Low - High State* Average District Executive Officer $19,860 $4,906 $194,849 Chief Campus Administrator $1,72 $1,200 $18,0 Chief Finance Officer $68,000 $19,212 $126,178 Chief Academic Officer $64,24 $200,44 $1,886 Student Services Officer $7,49 $16,10 $102,791 Dean-Baccalaureate Education $69,212 $148,2 $9,67 Dean-Occupational/Career Education $6,877 $146,272 $97,47 Dean-Continuing Education $40,778 $17,924 $88,49 Director-Data Processing/Info Technology $6,022 $18,09 $107,212 Director-Research & Planning $47,0 $164,628 $89,0 Director-Admissions and Records $44,22 $12,042 $74,28 Director-Counseling $44,07 $126,840 $79,298 Director-Financial Aid $40,909 $108,69 $69,024 Director-Job Placement $44,8 $90,490 $72,869 Director-Student Activities $9,9 $160,242 $79,9 Director-Library/LRC $42,840 $122,78 $77,08 Director-Development/Grants $1,219 $169,126 $86,924 Director-Public Information/Relations $40,616 $8,2 $8,141 Director-Personnel/Human Resources $8,29 $14,800 $87,806 Director-Business Services $48,709 $146,49 $8,922 Director-Physical Facilities/Grounds $,940 $14,800 $88,67 Director-Adult Education $49,886 $1,70 $80,02 Director-Athletics $7,440 $106,10 $74,19 Controller $4,671 $144,900 $86,22 Director-Business/Industry Center $4,62 $124,200 $80,9 *Weighted

24 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 18 Table 16 SALARIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 District Executive Officer Chief Campus Administrator Chief Finance Officer Chief Academic Officer Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. DISTRICT/COLLEGE Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level SANDBURG $160, $74, $97, SHAWNEE 144, , , SOUTHEASTERN 140, , SPOON RIVER 142, , , WOOD 176, , , DANVILLE 16, , , HIGHLAND 19, , , KASKASKIA 180, , , KISHWAUKEE 16, , , REND LAKE 14, , SAUK VALLE 2, , , ILLINOIS EASTERN 162, $1, , , ILLINOIS VALLE 170, , , KANKAKEE 178, , , LAKE LAND 200, , , LEWIS & CLARK 264, , LOGAN 7, , , MC HENR 200, , , BLACK HAWK 17, , , HEARTLAND 181, , , ILLINOIS CENTRAL 227, , , LINCOLN LAND 212, , , PARKLAND 20, , , RICHLAND 194, , , ROCK VALLE 177, , , SOUTHWESTERN 6, , , ELGIN 221, , , MORTON, , , PRAIRIE STATE 201, , , SOUTH SUBURBAN 204, WAUBONSEE 216, , , CHICAGO 270, , , , DUPAGE 274, , , HARPER 248, , , JOLIET 207, , , LAKE COUNT 2, , , MORAINE VALLE 4, , , OAKTON 2, , , TRITON 212, , , NUMBER OF PERSONS AVERAGES $ 194,849 $ 18,0 $ 126,178 $ 1,886 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1)

25 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 19 Table 16 (Continued) SALARIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 Student Services Officer Dean Baccalaureate Education Dean Occup/Career Education Dean Continuing Education Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. DISTRICT/COLLEGE Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level SANDBURG $12, $76, $72, SHAWNEE 71, $8, SOUTHEASTERN 64, , , SPOON RIVER 76, , , WOOD 119, , , DANVILLE 76, , , HIGHLAND 89, , KASKASKIA 80, , , KISHWAUKEE 104, , , , REND LAKE 8, , , 1 2 4, SAUK VALLE 76, ,98 1 ILLINOIS EASTERN 7, ILLINOIS VALLE 81, KANKAKEE 91, , LAKE LAND 12, , , LEWIS & CLARK 14, , , LOGAN 12, , , MC HENR 94, , BLACK HAWK 106, , , HEARTLAND 8, , ILLINOIS CENTRAL 94,760 1 LINCOLN LAND 11, PARKLAND 124, , , RICHLAND 7, , , , ROCK VALLE 94, , SOUTHWESTERN 99, , , , ELGIN 12, , , , MORTON 87, , PRAIRIE STATE 128, , , , SOUTH SUBURBAN 71, WAUBONSEE 109, , , CHICAGO 97, , , , DUPAGE 148, , , HARPER 114, , , JOLIET 104, , LAKE COUNT 16, MORAINE VALLE 18, , , OAKTON 140, , , , TRITON 16, , , , NUMBER OF PERSONS AVERAGES $ 102,791 $ 9,67 $ 97,47 $ 88,49 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1)

26 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 20 Table 16 (Continued) SALARIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 Director Data Processing Director Research/Planning Director Admissions/Records Director of Counseling Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. DISTRICT/COLLEGE Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level SANDBURG $12, $79, SHAWNEE 71, , $62, SOUTHEASTERN 69, SPOON RIVER 72, , WOOD 6, , , , DANVILLE 76,2 1 6 $0, , , HIGHLAND 67, , , KASKASKIA 79, , , KISHWAUKEE 82, , , REND LAKE 70, , SAUK VALLE 89, ILLINOIS EASTERN 84, , ILLINOIS VALLE 10, , , , KANKAKEE 84, , , , LAKE LAND 1, , , LEWIS & CLARK 176, , LOGAN 104, MC HENR 144, , , , BLACK HAWK HEARTLAND 117, , , ILLINOIS CENTRAL 9, , , LINCOLN LAND 121, , , ,4 1 4 PARKLAND 80, , RICHLAND 67, , ROCK VALLE 7, , SOUTHWESTERN 120, , , , ELGIN 6, , , , MORTON 9, , , PRAIRIE STATE 78, , , SOUTH SUBURBAN 68, , WAUBONSEE 86, , , , CHICAGO 100, , , DUPAGE 18, , , , HARPER 127, , , , JOLIET 88, LAKE COUNT 117, , , , MORAINE VALLE 176, , , , OAKTON 16, , , , TRITON 6, NUMBER OF PERSONS AVERAGES $ 107,212 $ 89,0 $ 74,28 $ 79,298 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1)

27 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 21 Table 16 (Continued) SALARIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 Director Financial Aid Director Job Placement Director Student Activities Director Library/LRC Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. DISTRICT/COLLEGE Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level SANDBURG $81, $96, SHAWNEE 62, , SOUTHEASTERN 7, SPOON RIVER 1, , WOOD 4, , DANVILLE 6, $44,8 1 6 HIGHLAND 61, , KASKASKIA 2, , KISHWAUKEE 61, REND LAKE 80, , SAUK VALLE ILLINOIS EASTERN 40, , ILLINOIS VALLE 66, , KANKAKEE 6, $9,9 1 1,296 1 LAKE LAND 6, LEWIS & CLARK 68, , , ,67 1 LOGAN 71, , , , MC HENR BLACK HAWK HEARTLAND 8, , , ILLINOIS CENTRAL 64, LINCOLN LAND 9, , , PARKLAND 77, , , , RICHLAND, ,46 1 4, , ROCK VALLE 62, , SOUTHWESTERN 79, , , ELGIN 97, , MORTON 66, PRAIRIE STATE 64, , SOUTH SUBURBAN 84, WAUBONSEE 87, CHICAGO 66, DUPAGE 121, HARPER 88, , , , JOLIET 7, LAKE COUNT 8, , , , MORAINE VALLE 89, , , OAKTON 108, , , ,8 2 4 TRITON 6, , , NUMBER OF PERSONS AVERAGES $ 69,024 $ 72,869 $ 79,9 $ 77,08 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1)

28 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 22 Table 16 (Continued) SALARIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 Director Development/Grants Director Public Info/Relations Director Personnel/Human Res. Director Business Services Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. DISTRICT/COLLEGE Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level SANDBURG $66, $72, $80, $68, SHAWNEE 4, SOUTHEASTERN 6, SPOON RIVER 60, , WOOD 60, , , , DANVILLE 70, , HIGHLAND, , KASKASKIA, , , KISHWAUKEE 88, , , REND LAKE 4, SAUK VALLE 70, , ILLINOIS EASTERN 40, , , ILLINOIS VALLE 61,24 1 KANKAKEE 72, , , ,122 1 LAKE LAND 1, , , LEWIS & CLARK 100, , LOGAN 67, , MC HENR 72, , , BLACK HAWK 81, HEARTLAND 77, , , ILLINOIS CENTRAL 90, , , LINCOLN LAND 6, , , , PARKLAND 66, , , RICHLAND 94,1 1 7, , ROCK VALLE 91, , , SOUTHWESTERN 114, , , , ELGIN 19, , , MORTON 100, , PRAIRIE STATE 72, , , SOUTH SUBURBAN, , , WAUBONSEE 84, , , , CHICAGO 129, , , , DUPAGE 169, , , HARPER 162, , , JOLIET 90, , , LAKE COUNT 81, , , , MORAINE VALLE 10, , , OAKTON 86, , , , TRITON 74, , ,90 1 NUMBER OF PERSONS AVERAGES $ 86,924 $ 8,141 $ 87,806 $ 8,922 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1)

29 Fiscal ear 2012 Salary Report Page 2 Table 16 (Continued) SALARIES OF ADMINISTRATORS AT ILLINOIS PUBLIC COMMUNIT COLLEGES DURING FISCAL EAR 2012 Director Physical Facilities Director Adult Education Director Athletics Controller Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. Annual rs. in Admin. DISTRICT/COLLEGE Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level Salary # Position Level SANDBURG SHAWNEE $7, , SOUTHEASTERN, $7, SPOON RIVER, , , WOOD 7, $61, DANVILLE 80, , , , HIGHLAND 66, , , , KASKASKIA 9, , , KISHWAUKEE 86, 1 4 REND LAKE 99, , SAUK VALLE 66, , , ILLINOIS EASTERN 62,0 1 4 ILLINOIS VALLE 68, , KANKAKEE 96,4 1 88, , , LAKE LAND 66, ,7 1 4 LEWIS & CLARK 99, , , LOGAN 8, , , MC HENR 82, , , , BLACK HAWK HEARTLAND 92, ,4 1 7, , ILLINOIS CENTRAL 88, ,96 1 LINCOLN LAND 61, , , , PARKLAND 107, , , , RICHLAND 96, , , ROCK VALLE 7, , , , SOUTHWESTERN 76, , , , ELGIN 106, , , MORTON 92, PRAIRIE STATE 9, , , , SOUTH SUBURBAN 88, , , WAUBONSEE 10, , ,4 1 2 CHICAGO 14, , , , DUPAGE 11, , HARPER 89, , JOLIET 94, , , , LAKE COUNT 10, , , , MORAINE VALLE 128, , , , OAKTON 97, , , , TRITON 11, , NUMBER OF PERSONS AVERAGES $ 88,67 $ 80,02 $ 74,19 $ 86,22 SOURCE OF DATA: Salary Submission (C1)

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