Updated April 8, 2013

2013 AAUP Faculty Salary Survey

How much 1,204 colleges paid their faculty members. Data updated Aug. 27, 2013

 

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Average Faculty Salaries (2012–13)

Full Professors

 

Far above median

  percentile of doctoral institutions in the survey
This institution has fewer than 3 full-time full professors.
    institutions paid full professors between   and  .  
 
 
 

Men :

 

Women :

 

Associate Professors

 

Far above median

92nd percentile of doctoral institutions in the survey
This institution has fewer than 3 full-time associate professors.
    institutions paid associate professors between   and  .  
 
 
 

Men :

 

Women :

 

Assistant Professors

 

Far above median

92nd percentile of doctoral institutions in the survey
This institution has fewer than 3 full-time assistant professors.
    institutions paid assistant professors between   and  .  
 
 
 

Men :

 

Women :

 

Instructors

 

Far above median

  percentile of doctoral institutions in the survey
This institution has fewer than 3 full-time instructors.
    institutions paid instructors between   and  .  
 
 
 

Men :

 

Women :

 

All ranks

 

Far above median

  percentile of doctoral institutions in the survey
This college did not report aggregate salary data.
    institutions paid faculty members between   and  .  
 
 
 

Men :

 

Women :

 

How much of the faculty is included?

Included

 

 

Left out

 

Note: Salary figures include all full-time staff whose primary role is instruction, regardless of whether they have formal 'faculty status.' That includes tenured, tenure-track and non-tenure-track faculty. Left out are any part-time instructional staff, which can include adjunct faculty. For information about adjunct pay at this institution, visit the Chronicle's Adjunct Project
Source: AAUP faculty salary survey. Institutions without academic ranks are grouped separately for median calculations. Percentages of faculty included/excluded are Chronicle estimates based on 2011-12 data from the U.S. Department of Education (IPEDS).
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Average Salaries Over Time
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Note: the salaries have not been adjusted for inflation.
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