Indiana University considers extending pay freeze

Indiana University officials are still considering whether to extend the school's general pay freeze for another year
after reductions in state funding.

University spokesman Larry MacIntyre says administrators are reviewing revenue sources in hopes of being able to support
salary increases for the coming school year. MacIntyre told The Herald-Times that President Michael McRobbie was
expected to make a recommendation to the Board of Trustees no later than September.

Officials say most of the university's nearly 20,000 employees statewide didn't receive any pay increases last year.
They say exceptions were made for those who were promoted or to match job offers from other schools for some faculty members.

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