Tuesday, November 08, 2005

UD's 2005 IRS 990 Available for Viewing

We recently obtained a copy of UD's 2005 IRS 990 from the University, and we have posted it here for downloading (re-direct to our download site).

As we previously reported, Jeffrey Bullock's salary from May 2003-May 2004 increased by 54% to $225,896. According to the new 990 form, the president's compensation increased by $88,579 between May 2004 and May 2005 to a grand total of $314,475. Furthermore, Mr. Garfield's salary increased from $83,538 to $97,999 during that same period.

We will be posting a "Show Me the Money, Part III" entry in the next day or so, in which we will provide a detailed list of director and non-director raises as they compare to our prior reports.

For those who may be interested in expressing concern over Professor Jeffries' situation, pages 15-17 of the 2005 990 form contain the mailing addresses of the University's current trustees.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this serious? He got an $88,000 raise in ONE year?

Wednesday, November 09, 2005 1:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, look at the gifts that he secured that school year. The $80 million Wendt gift, the Myers gift for the new Admin Building and started the Goldthorp Science Center construction.

This University has come a long way since the Transformation and it continues to grow due to the hard work of President Bullock and the University faculty and staff.

Monday, November 14, 2005 1:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bullock earned his salary raise? Give me a break! The Wendt money is so nebulous that it will be impossible to implement. The rest of the money was raised for buildings. Buildings do not a university make. Compare the number of full-time faculty to part-time faculty; the more full-time faculty (for advising and time spent on campus and interest in students), the greater the quality of the faculty. Compare the number of Ph.D.’s on the faculty to the total number of faculty. The more doctorates, the greater the quality of the faculty. Compare the number of faculty who have been on Fullbright Scholarships to total number of faculty; the greater the number of Fullbrights, the higher the quality of faculty. Compare the number of books in the library before the Meyers gift for the addition t the number of books after it was built--his money bought no books. Now go to Loras College and make the same comparisons. Shocking comparisons in all of the areas. For this extremely poor showing, Bullock should get a raise?

Sunday, November 20, 2005 11:22:00 PM  

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