Texas Government Code Section 659.0201(b) Information

Texas Government Code, Section 659.0201(b), requires that a state agency that accepts a gift, grant, donation, or other consideration from a person that the person designates to be used as a salary supplement for an employee of the agency shall post on the agency's Internet website the amount of each gift, grant, donation, or other consideration provided by the person that is designated to be used as a salary supplement for an employee of the agency.

Currently, the following salary supplements are being paid by a donation:

  1. WC Basketball Booster Club donates $5,400 per year for an auto allowance for the head coaches of both the men’s and women’s basketball programs.
  2. WC Baseball Booster Club donates $5,400 per year for an auto allowance for the head baseball coach.
  3. WC Softball Booster Club donates $5,400 per year for an auto allowance for the head softball coach.
  4. WC Rodeo Booster Club donates $5,400 per year for an auto allowance for the head rodeo coach.

Currently, the following salary supplements are being paid by a grant:

  1. Weatherford College receives grant funding from The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the Professional Nursing Shortage Reduction Program to supplement the salaries of nursing faculty members in order to be able to attract qualified instructors in competition with other employers. All full-time associate degree nursing instructors receive salary supplements of either $6,000 or $8,000 per year depending upon hire date and contract term.

(Source:  Business Office, Human Resources and Payroll Departments)

Last Updated: 1/5/2022