California State University cannot justify administrative growth, manager raises, audit says

California State Auditor Elaine Howle called out CSU for failing to adequately explain the number of new management personnel, such as campus vice presidents, deans, supervisors and head coaches, as well as salary increases that far outstripped faculty and support staff… Total compensation for managers also grew by almost a quarter over those nine years, nearly double the rate of increase for other employees… “(I)t is important to recognize the CSU’s management staffing levels and administrative costs are lower than other similar higher education institutions both within California and nationally,” White wrote.

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by Alexei Koseff, The Sacramento Bee.

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