Even after the football recruiting scandal, University of Colorado regents are considering a pay raise for the school's president.
The regents are thinking about raising president Elizabeth Hoffman's pay by 5 percent. That would increase her salary by $20 thousand a year.
Also due to receive a 5 percent increase is Chancellor Richard Byyny.
The potential move is drawing criticism in the wake of the football recruiting scandal.
Faculty members also will receive an average pay hike of about 3 percent. But hey're angry administrators are receiving bigger increases than faculty.