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Average Saleries of Professers in College and Universities

 

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Colleges With the Highest Average Pay for Full Professors, 2015-16
Almanac 2017 AUGUST 13, 2017 
Public institutions that paid their full professors the most in 2015-16 tended to be in states with high costs of living: California was the top location for high-paying doctoral institutions, and New York for master's and associate institutions. Public baccalaureate institutions did not follow the same pattern. Half of the institutions on that top-20 list were in Pennsylvania, where the cost of living is in the middle range. In contrast to public institutions, the nonprofit and for-profit private institutions that paid their full professors the highest average salaries were geographically scattered.
Public institutions
Doctoral
 
Rank Institution Salary    
1. U. of California at Los Angeles $184,509    
2. U. of California at Berkeley $175,617    
3. U. of Michigan at Ann Arbor $162,846    
4. U. of California at Santa Barbara $160,830    
5. U. of California at Irvine $159,678    
6. U. of Virginia $159,066    
7. U. of California at San Diego $156,672    
8. New Jersey Institute of Technology $156,249    
9. U. of Texas at Dallas $155,808    
10. Rutgers U. at Newark $151,587    
11. U. of Connecticut $150,318    
12. U. of Maryland at College Park $149,328    
13. U. of California at Merced $148,014    
14. U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $147,816    
15. Pennsylvania State U. at University Park $146,466    
16. U. of Texas at Austin $146,430    
17. U. of California at Santa Cruz $145,017    
18. U. of Delaware $144,972    
19. U. of California at Riverside $144,963    
20. U. of Massachusetts at Amherst $144,864  
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Master’s
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. Pennsylvania State U.-Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies $141,399    
2. U. of Baltimore $137,304    
3. Rutgers U. at Camden $130,050    
4. U. of South Florida-Sarasota/Manatee $127,719    
5. U. of Washington at Bothell $125,415    
6. City U. of New York Bernard M $121,698    
7. City College of City U. of New York $121,563    
8. U. of South Florida at St $121,095    
9. Ramapo College of New Jersey $119,862    
10. Arizona State U.-Polytechnic $118,728    
11. Arizona State U.-West $118,404    
12. Pennsylvania State U.-Harrisburg $117,279    
13. Fashion Institute of Technology $117,153    
14. State U. of New York Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome $116,874    
15. U. of Washington at Tacoma $116,559    
16. William Paterson U. of New Jersey $114,192    
17. U. of Michigan at Flint $113,904    
18. City U. of New York Hunter College $113,661    
19. City U. of New York Herbert H $113,625    
20. City U. of New York Queens College $112,995  
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Baccalaureate
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. Pennsylvania State U. at Erie $126,009    
2. Pennsylvania State U.-Schuylkill $121,302    
3. U.S $117,045    
4. U. of New Hampshire at Manchester $115,335    
5. U.S $114,219    
6. U.S $113,571    
7. City U. of New York Medgar Evers College $112,194    
8. City U. of New York, New York City College of Technology $108,450    
9. Cheyney U. of Pennsylvania $106,776    
10. Pennsylvania State U.-Brandywine $106,704    
11. Pennsylvania State U.-Beaver $106,569    
12. Nevada State College $105,786    
13. Pennsylvania State U. at Altoona $105,408    
14. Pennsylvania State U.-Worthington-Scranton $104,706    
15. Pennsylvania State U. at York $104,697    
16. Ohio State U. at Lima $103,806    
17. City U. of New York York College $103,680    
18. Pennsylvania State U. at Abington $102,717    
19. Pennsylvania State U.-Berks $99,153    
20. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts $98,523  
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Associate and baccalaureate/associate
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. College of DuPage $121,590    
2. Suffolk County Community College Central Administration $115,857    
3. Elgin Community College $115,317    
4. Pennsylvania College of Technology $113,580    
5. Nassau Community College $112,230    
6. City Colleges of Chicago, Harry S. Truman College $110,403    
7. Rockland Community College $109,152    
8. Passaic County Community College $108,117    
9. City U. of New York-Queensborough Community College $107,802    
10. Harper College $107,496    
11. Westchester Community College $106,101    
12. City U. of New York Borough of Manhattan Community College $105,570    
13. Middlesex County College $105,309    
14. City Colleges of Chicago, Richard J. Daley College $104,778    
15. Hostos Community College-City U. of New York $104,463    
16. Miami U. at Hamilton $103,752    
17. City U. of New York La Guardia Community College $103,554    
18. City U. of New York Bronx Community College $103,275    
19. Oakton Community College $101,331    
20. City U. of New York Kingsborough Community College $101,214  
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Private Nonprofit Institutions

Doctoral
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. Harvard U. $230,292    
2. Stanford U. $227,259    
3. U. of Chicago $225,729    
4. Columbia U. $209,475    
5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology $204,138    
6. U. of Pennsylvania $201,978    
7. Princeton U. $200,403    
8. Yale U. $198,369    
9. New York U. $195,939    
10. California Institute of Technology $193,941    
11. Northwestern U. $192,897    
12. Duke U. $187,731    
13. Georgetown U. $186,750    
14. Rice U. $185,247    
15. Vanderbilt U. $179,172    
16. Washington U. in St $175,734    
17. Dartmouth College $175,239    
18. Boston College $173,979    
19. Teachers College, Columbia U. $172,746    
20. U. of Notre Dame $171,135  
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Master’s
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. Bentley U. $158,364    
2. Bryant U. $157,509    
3. Santa Clara U. $155,511    
4. Chapman U. $138,096    
5. U. of New Haven $125,676    
6. Loyola U. Maryland $125,388    
7. New York Institute of Technology at Old Westbury $125,352    
8. Quinnipiac U. $124,587    
9. Union Graduate College $124,245    
10. Touro College (N.Y $123,588    
11. Roger Williams U. $121,608    
12. Fairfield U. $121,077    
13. St. Mary's U $121,005    
14. Emerson College $120,240    
15. Stetson U. $120,222    
16. Keck Graduate Institute $119,133    
17. Trinity U. $118,368    
18. Loyola Marymount U. $117,252    
19. National U. $116,838    
20. Seattle U. $116,064  
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Baccalaureate
 Institutions Salary    
1. Claremont McKenna College $158,985    
2. Barnard College $158,418    
3. U. of Richmond $156,789    
4. Washington and Lee U. $151,002    
5. Pomona College $150,408    
6. Wellesley College $149,940    
7. Amherst College $149,760    
8. Swarthmore College $146,601    
9. Wesleyan U. (Conn $145,836    
10. Harvey Mudd College $143,271    
11. Colgate U. $141,219    
12. Bowdoin College $139,032    
13. Williams College $138,294    
14. Colby College $137,187    
15. Lafayette College $135,558    
16. Smith College $134,811    
17. Hamilton College (N.Y $134,271    
18. Scripps College $133,407    
19. Vassar College $133,083    
20. Bryn Mawr College $132,669  
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Associate and baccalaureate/associate
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology $102,636    
2. Johnson & Wales U. at Denver $99,126    
3. Johnson & Wales U. at Charlotte (N $98,046    
4. Mount Aloysius College $71,856    
5. Landmark College $69,210    
6. New England Institute of Technology $67,860    
7. U. of Rio Grande $64,467    
8. Cottey College $62,964    
9. Florida College $62,937    
10. Louisburg College $59,931    
11. Baker College of Flint $56,727    
12. U. of Northwestern Ohio $55,656    
13. Delaware College of Art and Design $55,188    
14. Harcum College $53,721    
15. Boricua College $52,893    
16. Manor College $50,724    
17. Lackawanna College $50,202    
18. Villa Maria College of Buffalo $38,286    
19. Bacone College $37,683    
20. Grace Bible College $37,665  
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For-profit institutions
Doctoral

 
Rank Institutions Salary Number of professors    
1. Alliant International U. at San Diego $97,254 58    
2. Grand Canyon U. $75,474 8    
3. Argosy U. at Chicago $71,037 5    
4. Argosy U. at Atlanta $65,088 8  

 

Master’s
 Rank Institutions Salary    
1. Post U. $91,521    
2. South College (Tenn.) $86,652    
3. DeVry U. of New Jersey $77,607    
4. Herzing U. at Madison (Wis $76,770    
5. Ashford U. $74,781    
6. DeVry U. of Ohio $72,009    
7. DeVry U. of Arizona $69,588    
8. DeVry U. of Texas $68,553    
9. DeVry U. of Illinois $67,734    
10. DeVry U. of Georgia $66,474    
11. DeVry U. of Pennsylvania $65,646    
12. DeVry U. of California $64,368    
13. DeVry U. of Missouri $63,414    
14. DeVry U. of Florida $62,865    
15. American Public U. system $54,045    
16. Sullivan U. $51,642    
17. Full Sail U. $44,766    
18. Bob Jones U. $42,534    
19. Salem International U. $33,390  
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Baccalaureate
 Rank Institutions Salary Number of professors    
1. DigiPen Institute of Technology $82,377 8    
2. Herzing U. at Atlanta $80,550 5    
3. Five Towns College $58,680 6    
4. Waldorf College $54,729 8    
5. Central Penn College $47,529 37  

 

Associate and baccalaureate/associate
 
Rank Institutions Salary Number of professors    
1. Akron Institute of Herzing U. $79,497 4    
2. Herzing U. at Kenosha (Wis $63,882 10    
3. ECPI College of Technology $62,910 20    
4. College of Westchester (N.Y $59,166 6    
5. Wade College Dallas Market Center $42,534 7    
6. Long Island Business Institute $33,660 31    
7. Madison Media Institute-Rockford Career College $33,606 23    
8. Eastwick College at Hackensack (N.J $29,583 4    
9. Hohokus School-RETS Nutley $26,595 5    
10. Taylor Business Institute (Ill.)  

 

Note: Figures are based on data from all Title IV-participating, degree-granting institutions in the United States. The data cover full-time, nonmedical instructional staff (who are either engaged primarily in instruction or are engaged in instruction combined with research and/or public service) as of November 1, 2015. The salaries are adjusted to a standard nine-month work year. Institutions with fewer than four full professors are excluded. Categories are based on the 2015 Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education. For categories in which a limited number of institutions employ full-time professors, fewer than 20 institutions are listed. See The Chronicle's complete database of faculty salaries at data.chronicle.com.
Source: Chronicle analysis of U.S. Department of Education data
https://www.chronicle.com/article/Colleges-With-the-Highest/240480