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No deferred comp for Kelley

News that North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman will get more than $475,000 when he leaves prompted some questions in Grand Forks about what UND President Robert Kelley would get.

News that North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman will get more than $475,000 when he leaves prompted some questions in Grand Forks about what UND President Robert Kelley would get.

The answer is nothing more than whatever paycheck he's got coming to him.

Most of Chapman's take is in deferred compensation from the NDSU Development Foundation. The UND Foundation has no such funding for Kelley.

Chapman would also be paid $37,500 on Dec. 31, his last day.

His state salary is $338,000. Kelley's is $312,000.

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