The Board of Regents of the North Central Texas Community College District unanimously approved a general pay increase for all full-time employees during a board meeting June 18.
The pay increase will be calculated at 3 percent of the mid-point for each pay group.
The increase in salaries will cost the college $395,000 this next year and has been included in the proposed 2012-13 operating budget.
The employees have not received a percentage raise since 2009-10, although $1,000 was given mid-year across the board in 2010-11 to help offset increased employee insurance expenses.
Also, regents voted to execute a lease-purchase contract for property located at 1200 Parker Square in Flower Mound.
The college currently rents that building, which houses the NCTC Flower Mound campus.