New North Ala president to make $265K annually

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FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) — The new president of the University of North Alabama will make $265,000 annually.

The TimesDaily of Florence ( ) reports that trustees approved a contract for incoming president Ken Kitts on Monday.

The board approved a three-year contract for Kitts that includes a performance review each year. He will also receive housing, a car and as much as $20,000 in moving expenses over two years.

Kitts was selected for the job this fall. He takes over on March 30 following the retirement of former North Alabama president William Cale.

The 50-year-old Kitts is the provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs on the University of North Carolina Pembroke.

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