EUGENE, Ore. --- The University of Oregon Board of Trustees plans to meet on Tuesday to consider awarding a $100,000 bonus to President Michael Schill.
The Register-Guard reports students and staff have pointed to Schill's $720,000 salary and annual bonuses as contradicting the university's statements that it does not have sufficient funds.
There have been protests against the university administration over such things as tuition costs and program cuts.
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