The Highlands University Board of Regents approved a contract with the faculty union last week, giving members an average of 10 percent increases.
The faculty union started a couple of years ago, and last week’s agreement was its first with the administration.
The regents also signed off on pay raises for nonunion employees. The lowest-paid workers will get the biggest increases.
Highlands President James Fries called the agreement with the faculty union a “historic document.”
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