Faculty Salaries in Land Grant Universities

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Average Faculty Salaries in Land Grant Universities, 1995-96
(By all ranks average salary, dollars in thousands)

 

Rank

State

Institution

Prof

Assoc

Asst

Instr

All Ranks

 

1

NJ

Rutgers University, New Brunswick

90.8

65.6

49.8

30.8

71.9

2

CA

University of California, Berkeley

86.5

57.1

48.9

--

71.9

3

CT

University of Connecticut

82.4

61.2

47.7

42.8

67.4

4

IL

University of Illinois, Urbana

75.2

53.4

46.6

--

62.6

5

CA

University of California, Davis

75.7

52.7

45.6

--

62.1

6

MN

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

73.0

51.5

45.4

41.6

61.7

7

WI

University of Wisconsin, Madison

70.4

52.5

46.4

35.0

61.3

8

DE

University of Delaware

79.7

57.3

45.3

32.9

61.2

9

MA

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

70.5

53.2

43.3

44.6

60.3

10

OH

Ohio State University

76.4

53.4

44.9

32.3

59.8

11

IN

Purdue University

75.7

51.2

44.5

31.1

59.3

12

IA

Iowa State University

72.4

53.6

43.4

30.4

59.2

13

MI

Michigan State University

68.8

52.3

43.7

30.7

58.8

14

AZ

University of Arizona

70.9

49.5

43.9

--

58.6

15

NY

Cornell University Statutory College

69.6

54.4

45.4

30.2

58.5

16

HI

University of Hawaii, Manoa

70.6

55.3

46.8

35.5

57.4

17

RI

University of Rhode Island

65.3

49.0

42.8

--

57.0

18

IL

University of Illinois, Chicago

72.6

53.1

44.8

37.0

56.9

19

NE

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

70.3

49.8

42.2

28.2

55.7

20

NV

University of Nevada, Reno

70.8

52.1

41.7

--

55.6

21

VA

Virginia Poly Institute & State University

69.1

49.2

43.8

27.0

55.6

22

CO

Colorado State University

64.2

48.2

42.8

--

55.5

23

MO

University of Missouri, Columbia

68.4

52.0

44.7

33.1

55.3

24

KY

University of Kentucky

67.6

50.1

43.2

46.0

55.3

25

PA

Pennsylvania State University, Main

77.6

53.5

43.6

29.5

55.2

26

NC

North Carolina State University

71.1

51.2

45.3

34.4

54.9

27

TN

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

65.1

49.6

42.5

28.5

54.6

28

TX

Texas A & M University

68.7

49.0

42.6

--

54.6

29

FL

University of Florida

66.0

47.4

42.3

36.4

54.5

30

GA

University of Georgia

68.5

49.2

42.1

26.9

54.4

31

NH

University of New Hampshire

64.3

49.0

41.0

--

53.3

32

AK

University of Alaska, Fairbanks

68.7

53.4

43.5

37.1

52.7

33

SC

Clemson University

64.9

47.6

40.1

22.4

51.3

34

WA

Washington State University

63.0

47.1

41.5

30.5

50.1

35

OK

Oklahoma State University

59.5

45.2

40.1

30.0

50.0

36

OR

Oregon State University

62.8

47.4

40.9

28.9

48.9

37

VT

University of Vermont

63.1

47.6

38.3

--

48.6

38

AL

Auburn University

61.1

45.7

38.9

25.9

48.2

39

ID

University of Idaho

56.1

44.8

40.4

31.4

48.2

40

AR

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

60.4

46.8

40.5

25.8

48.1

41

MS

Mississippi State University

59.0

46.6

41.2

27.5

48.0

42

WV

West Virginia University

58.1

46.5

38.1

34.7

48.0

43

KS

Kansas State University

59.3

45.6

40.0

29.3

47.7

44

WY

University of Wyoming

58.1

44.8

40.9

--

47.3

45

LA

Louisiana State University, A&M College

59.2

43.9

37.8

26.7

46.5

46

NM

New Mexico State University, Main

56.3

46.3

38.4

26.2

46.4

47

UT

Utah State University

56.1

43.9

37.2

29.5

43.9

 
 

Weighted Averages

69.8

50.7

43.1

29.7

56.8

 

Source: American Association of University Professors, ACADEME, the Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, 1995-96. 


Revised: October 1996

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