Are There Really Too Many Administrators? Maybe Not, Study Suggests

Colleges might be spending much less on administrative functions, and much more on the sort of work typically associated with faculty members, than they get credit for, suggests a study being presented here on Friday at the annual conference of the American Association of University Professors.

The study, based on a survey of employees at the University of Texas at Austin classified as "other professional," found that people falling into such a category were generally less involved