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Saturday, May 29, 1976

. HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 29, 1976 HE MICHIGAN DAILY

CUNY pay
among top
in nation
NEW YORK uP) - Full pro-
fessors at City University of
New York (CUNY), who did
not receive their May pay-
checks on schedule yesterday
because of the city's financial
problems, are among the high-
est paid college teachers in the
country.
The CUNY faculty union ad-
vised its 16,000 members yes-
terday to stay home from work
until their checks are receiv-
ed. Classes have ended at most
branches, but some final exam-
inations are now under way.
AVERAGE compensation for
full professors at CUNY, in-
cludingsalary and fringe bene-
fits ranged from $32,400 to
t3.8000 in the 1974-75 year, ac-
cording to a survey by the
Amrican Association of Uni-
v>rsity Professors (AAUP).
At all 1.548 colleges and uni-
versities in the nationwide sur-
cv. average compnsation for
fri professors rangedtp to
$2!,,70.
Dr. Irwin Polishook, presi-
dent of the Professional Staff
Congress, the CUNY union, es-
timtes that the average pay
all teachers combined is
abouit $19,000
THE AVERAGE compensa-
t e frall facsltv members
ntionide - including full
proessors, associate and assist-
at professors and instructors
was $18,500 in 1974-75, ac-
cod to the AAUP survey.
1ire of the 10 highest paying
unixersities identified by the
surev were CUNY branches.
The CUNY teachers, who
sd their pay is justified by
hi s workloads and living costs,
areed earlier this month to de-
fr 10 days of pay until 1978 in
an effort to avert a pronosed
ne-month, unpaid furlough.
TilE FURLOUGH was dis-
cussed as one wav to cover the
un-ersitv's 4 million budget
deficit in the errent fiscal
Yea. The university alreadv
lns to uerge some of its
branches in the fall, and Gov.
Huh Carev has called for an
end to its free tuition policy.
'The teaching loads and
hors at City University are ex-
ccnionally heavy for fll-fledg-
ed universities," said Prof. Ro-
bert Dorfrn- of Harvard Uni-
rsityx, chairman of the AAUP
conittee that prepared the
surey. "This would help ex-
piin the high salaries."
Mitch of the higher salary at
C(UBY is e-ten up by the high-
er osts of living in New York
Ci Polishook says.
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