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Average Associate Professor Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average Associate Professor salary is $72,045. For public schools, its average salary is $74,517 and private schools' average salary is $70,116. The average Associate Professor salary of national universities is $95,277 and the average Associate Professor salary of liberal arts colleges is $75,178.
  • Rhode Island has the highest Associate Professor salary of $94,130 and West Virginia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $57,573.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest Associate Professor salary of $106,701 and Kentucky has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $57,329.
  • For private schools, Utah has the highest Associate Professor salary of $105,193 and West Virginia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $50,186.
  • For national universities, New Hampshire has the highest Associate Professor salary of $118,288 and Kentucky has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $72,029.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest Associate Professor salary of $99,720 and Kansas has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $52,503.
  • For community colleges, Hawaii has the highest Associate Professor salary of $86,243 and Georgia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $43,480.
Average Associate Professor Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$69,029$78,900$59,159$91,867$57,435-
Alaska$75,158$83,711$58,053$88,878--
Arizona$74,235$82,092$68,736$90,110-$66,017
Arkansas$62,693$64,784$58,930$90,226$60,351$52,092
California$89,111$105,207$82,979$109,666$92,168$85,004
Colorado$73,912$74,943$72,318$95,475$85,955$57,312
Connecticut$79,875$74,942$85,115$107,191$99,720$70,257
Delaware$79,756$94,795$69,731$93,481--
District of Columbia$90,888$106,701$88,013$106,940--
Florida$68,421$73,325$65,370$95,023$72,657$59,748
Georgia$64,010$67,542$61,102$86,252$60,422$43,480
Hawaii$88,662$89,943$84,393$105,727-$86,243
Idaho$66,680$67,980$62,133$80,983$62,227$57,709
Illinois$76,035$80,494$73,487$95,482$70,269$77,190
Indiana$67,158$72,373$65,044$91,598$65,670$48,677
Iowa$63,792$68,594$62,192$94,263$69,029$61,270
Kansas$57,671$65,348$52,015$81,998$52,503$55,529
Kentucky$58,851$57,329$60,256$72,029$65,865$50,574
Louisiana$63,370$61,142$69,447$80,472$59,367$49,500
Maine$76,554$72,015$80,185$90,340$95,864$64,422
Maryland$73,490$74,022$72,160$103,779$78,606$62,924
Massachusetts$83,577$75,428$87,521$112,510$88,224$62,675
Michigan$72,363$84,461$64,046$89,608$70,310$77,724
Minnesota$73,629$83,127$69,558$98,122$77,199-
Mississippi$60,639$69,174$52,104$78,614$53,272-
Missouri$65,847$65,592$65,969$88,914$58,260$57,793
Montana$63,060$65,190$58,090$72,182-$53,146
Nebraska$67,118$78,439$60,152$86,966$56,293-
Nevada$87,347$93,454$81,241$98,109--
New Hampshire$73,523$72,054$76,043$118,288$87,516$57,023
New Jersey$82,785$81,756$84,462$113,219$80,101$70,250
New York$80,240$80,024$80,397$108,177$86,657$69,792
North Carolina$67,637$78,438$63,047$91,178$67,224$50,318
North Dakota$63,842$65,144$59,070$84,952-$61,465
Ohio$68,295$74,024$62,857$89,121$75,225$61,235
Oklahoma$61,468$62,268$60,027$88,916$57,038$49,447
Oregon$70,343$81,987$63,493$99,340$77,892$64,268
Pennsylvania$73,398$79,072$71,319$100,457$80,198$62,469
Rhode Island$94,130$77,830$99,563$105,106-$61,076
South Carolina$66,645$73,274$61,745$94,787$66,536$58,952
South Dakota$67,098$74,895$56,183$78,800--
Tennessee$64,474$67,810$62,217$79,323$67,982$57,604
Texas$71,224$74,282$67,183$94,077$70,810$58,364
Utah$85,159$75,141$105,193$94,417-$61,223
Vermont$73,840$71,104$75,404$97,033$86,646-
Virginia$71,392$72,743$69,892$90,142$72,291$63,947
Washington$76,951$89,057$70,142$92,268$89,083$66,992
West Virginia$57,573$61,267$50,186$90,063$56,702$53,220
Wisconsin$66,315$72,152$63,396$81,850$70,938-
Wyoming$65,807$65,807-$88,136-$61,342
Average$72,045$74,517$70,116$95,277$75,178$63,137