Mizzou’s Loftin to keep most of salary

University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin talks with students and faculty during an open forum about race relations on MU's campus on Tuesday, March 17, 2015. The students discussed issues about safety, discrimination and proactive change with administration. | Courtesy of KOMU/Flickr
University of Missouri Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin talks with students and faculty during an open forum about race relations on MU’s campus on March 17, 2015. | Courtesy of KOMU/Flickr

R. Bowen Loftin, who was stripped of his title of University of Missouri-Columbia chancellor last week, will continue to be one of the university’s highest-paid employees in his new role.

Under the terms of his transition agreement, Loftin will earn a base salary of 75 percent of his annual salary as chancellor. His salary this year was $459,000, making his new salary $344,250.

The agreement was signed by Loftin and former UM System President Timothy M. Wolfe and approved by the Board of Curators on Nov. 9, the same day Wolfe announced his resignation amid campus unrest.

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