Foremost among the responsibilities of a college or university governing board is the recruitment, evaluation, and support of the institution’s president. This includes, fundamentally, providing for reasonable compensation of the president—a task that is now more challenging than ever, because the job of being a college or university president is now more challenging than ever. Trustees must be vigilant in carrying out their responsibilities in hiring presidents and chancellors, establishing appropriate levels of compensation, and assessing the performance of these leaders. This publication provides boards and presidents alike with essential information on a comprehensive range of topics related to executive compensation.
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