Information Regarding Staff Compensation


Texas Government Code Section 659.026(b) Information

  1. North Central Texas College currently employs 410 full-time personnel.
  2. The College will receive state appropriations of $11,723,836 and $11,723,836 for fiscal year 2020 and 2021.
  3. The Human Resources Department, with approval from vice chancellors and Chancellor, determines the compensation of employees by using the established pay structures approved by the Board of Regents.
  4. The College executive staff do not currently receive outside salary supplements.
  5. A market average for similar executive staff in the private and public sectors is unknown.
  6. The average compensation paid to employees who are not executive staff is $45,541.
  7. The percentage increase in compensation of executive staff for each fiscal year of five preceding fiscal years is as follows:
    • FY19:  3.25%
    • FY18:  3%
    • FY17:  3.5%
    • FY16:  3.5%
    • FY15:  3.25%
  8. The percentage increase in legislative appropriations to the agency each fiscal year of the five preceding fiscal years is as follows:
    • FY19:  3%
    • FY18:  -3%
    • FY17:  1%
    • FY16:  -4%
    • FY15:  3%

Texas Government Code Section 659.0201(b) Information

Texas Government Code, Section 659.0201(b) requires that a state agency that accepts a gift, grant, donation, or other consideration from a person that the person designates to be used as a salary supplement for an employee of the agency shall post on the agency’s internet website the amount of each gift, grant, donation, or other consideration provided by the person that is designated to be used as a salary supplement for an employee of the agency.

Currently, the following salary supplements are being paid by a donation:

  1. (none)

The College does not accept donations designated for use as salary supplements per NCTC Board Policy DEA (Local).

Currently, the following salary supplements are being paid by a grant:

  1. North Central Texas College receives grant funding from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the Professional Nursing Shortage Reduction Program to supplement the salaries of nursing faculty members in order to be able to attract qualified instructors in competition with other employers. Last year, the College received $21,643, which was disbursed among eligible nursing faculty members.
Source: Fiscal Affairs, Human Resources, and Payroll Departments)
Last Updated: 3/2/2020