A King’s College administrator’s remarks in a faculty benefits committee meeting raised some eyebrows on campus this week, causing reactions from both sides. College Chief Financial Officer John Loyack was asked in a meeting why the college is able to spend money on buildings when faculty salaries are stagnant. Loyack, according to the meeting minutes, said there is no return on increasing faculty salaries, but there is a return on investment in buildings and programs. Loyack asked that this statement be clarified in the minutes. Meanwhile, faculty and students have been vocal about the matter. WRKC’s News Director Kristina Atienza has the story.
Kristina Atienza is the News Director for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC and Atienza @SupaBennyAka