- Associated Press - Monday, July 6, 2015

LAS VEGAS, N.M. (AP) - Improved recruitment and retention are among goals set by the regents of New Mexico Highlands University for the school’s new president.

The Las Vegas Optic (https://goo.gl/Q02eyo ) reports that new President Sam Minner’s five-year employment contract sets the goals.

They include developing and implementing effective plans for marketing and recruitment campaign and for student retention.

Other goals include developing plans for professional development of senior management and for outreach to faculty, students, staff and the community.

The contract specifies that annual pay raises for Minner will be tied to whether he meets the goals set by the board.

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