Editor's Note: The Dayton Daily News again reports on Wright State in an apparent negative story. The article by staff writer Josh Sweigart uses the state's public record's law to report on the University, but seldom does so on other state entities, and never on private colleges. This article was posted at 5:20 am, Tuesday, April 4.
As Wright State University officials prepare this week to lay out proposed budget and staff cuts to address a growing budget deficit, the I-Team acquired a copy of the university’s payroll for calendar year 2016 using Ohio public records laws.
Search the database of 1,537 workers who made more than $50,000 last year HERE.
These records show the number of WSU employees paid more than $200,000 grew from 61 in 2015 to 73 in 2016.