MCC Financial Data Summarized by Adam Andrzewski’s Open the Books

Adam Andrzejewski’s Open the Books web site has released financial data on public colleges in Illinois.

Adam Andrzejewski spoke to the Huntley Area Tea Party earlier this year.

Adam Andrzejewski spoke to the Huntley Area Tea Party earlier this year.

Among them is McHenry County College.

While MCC is one of the minor players, Andrzejewski introductory comments are worth re-printing.

IL COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
SALARIES – PENSIONS

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Here is what’s wrong with higher education.

Over thirteen years, Illinois colleges and universities vastly increased the size of their payrolls, spent lavishly on salaries and benefits, and expended billions on construction, but have yet to see a measurable increase in students. Since 2000, enrollments are up just one third of one percent annually (4.28% total).

Here are some of our findings from the Land of Lincoln:

On the top of the McHenry County College report are MCC’s top salaries:

The twenty-five highest salaries at McHenry County College.

The twenty-five highest salaries at McHenry County College.

Below the highest twenty-five salaries appears a chart showing how salaries are distributed among employees:
MCC Open the Books salary ranges 9-14
Next comes total salaries and number employees from2008 through 2013:
MCC Open the Books total salaries + employees 2008-13
The top twenty-five pensions appear next:
MCC Open the Books Top pensions 2014


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MCC Financial Data Summarized by Adam Andrzewski’s Open the Books — 4 Comments

  1. Ole Walter contributes $350 K and in just the first year, gets half his money back.

    If what these characters are getting, were drilled into the heads of the taxpaying sheeple, by the mainstream media.

    This criminal enterprise called Public Sector Pensions, would be dismantled and the perpetrators of this ripoff would be prosecuted.

  2. Governments are exponentially increasing staff to work on the applications for government grants!

    As long as elected officials continue to fall for the ploy of wealth redistribution via government grants, the need for people to apply for and administer these grants will continue to increase.

    Most government grants include FIFTEEN PERCENT in administration costs.

    Some grants are as high as TWENTY FIVE PERCENT.

    You think employees in the public sector do not work diligently to obtain these grants to preserve their jobs?

    One way to reduce the overhead in the Education sector is to eliminate the federal department of education.

    The fed dept. of ed is UNCONSTITUTIONAL anyway!

  3. Wow!!

    I’ve been asking Andrew to investigate MCC for months!

    Not that he did because I asked, but everytime I got an email about college of dupage I asked him to investigate MCC.

    This needs to continue, investigating every government entity!

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