AAUP Faculty Compensation Survey

2018-19 AAUP Faculty Compensation Survey

The annual AAUP Faculty Compensation Survey is the largest independent source of data on full-time faculty salary and benefits at two- and four-year colleges and universities in the United States. The 2019 iteration of the survey includes information on salary and benefits for more than 380,000 full-time faculty members, and also salaries for senior administrators and pay for part-time faculty members, from more than 950 institutions in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. The survey, along with the accompanying "Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession," is published each year in April. Inside Higher Ed below presents these data in an easily searchable database.

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InstitutionCategoryState Avg. Salary
Full Professors
Avg. Change
Continuing Full Professors
Count
Full Professors
Avg. Total Compensationsort descending
Full Professors
Salary Equity
Full Professors
King University Master TENNESSEE $46,500 0.1% 10 $58,400 98.2
College of Our Lady of the Elms Master MASSACHUSETTS $71,800 1.5% 9 $86,400 90.2
Milligan College Master TENNESSEE $65,900 0.8% 33 $88,100 100.1
Freed-Hardeman University Master TENNESSEE $70,900 0.6% 20 $89,100 84.1
Lee University Master TENNESSEE $78,900 2.5% 56 $92,000 95.7
Trevecca Nazarene University Masters TENNESSEE $70,000 3.8% 29 $93,100 101.8
Lasell College Master MASSACHUSETTS $94,500 1.7% 9 $104,000 94.0
The University of Tennessee-Martin Master TENNESSEE $81,600 2.9% 86 $108,400 97.7
Springfield College Master MASSACHUSETTS $88,000 2.2% 58 $112,100 103.9
Gordon College Master MASSACHUSETTS $83,300 0.8% 43 $113,000 101.1

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