McRaven contract expires but he will keep working
He's staying put. UT System Chancellor Bill McRaven will keep his job in 2018 beyond his contract expiration.
There had been some speculation McRaven would be ousted because of high-profile clashes with lawmakers over guns on campus, tuition rates and other issues. But the university announced McRaven will remain without a contract, just as his predecessors did. The Chancellor serves at the pleasure of the board of regents. McRaven earns just under $2 million a year overseeing 14 campuses, 90 thousand employees and over two hundred thousand students.