The faculty at Mt. San Antonio College, the
largest community college in the state, is slated to receive a 2 percent
pay raise, according to documents filed by the college.
Other school administrators could receive raises of up to 11 percent.
Under a three-year contract agreement reached between the
college and the Faculty Association, about 400 full-time faculty members
and 1,000 part-timers would receive across-the-board raises this year,
while pay raises are to be determined for 2012-14.
The contract – which would cost the school nearly $1 million a
year – goes before the school’s board of trustees tonight for approval.
The board also will consider raises for seven administrators.
Read all about the contract in Steve Scauzillo’s story RAISE.