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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 $71,687. For public schools, its average salary is $73,958 and private schools' average salary is $69,931. The average Associate Professor salary of national universities is $94,824 and the average Associate Professor salary of liberal arts colleges is $75,539.
  • Rhode Island has the highest Associate Professor salary of $93,977 and Kansas has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $57,932.
  • For public schools, California has the highest Associate Professor salary of $104,882 and Kentucky has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $57,606.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest Associate Professor salary of $100,144 and Alaska has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $44,465.
  • For national universities, New Hampshire has the highest Associate Professor salary of $119,215 and Montana has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $69,453.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest Associate Professor salary of $100,162 and Kansas has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $52,693.
  • For community colleges, Hawaii has the highest Associate Professor salary of $84,815 and Georgia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $44,158.
Average Associate Professor Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$68,013$77,875$58,150$90,910$56,115-
Alaska$70,157$89,427$44,465$87,589--
Arizona$75,786$87,053$64,519$91,917-$64,696
Arkansas$62,563$65,025$58,377$77,709$60,238$52,149
California$87,639$104,882$81,413$109,780$90,719$81,929
Colorado$73,888$76,324$70,437$97,668$87,069$57,107
Connecticut$79,305$74,314$84,920$106,357$100,162$67,230
Delaware$81,336$95,634$71,804$93,091--
District of Columbia$89,586$96,554$88,319$108,156--
Florida$69,214$73,878$66,105$93,287$72,137$55,574
Georgia$61,552$61,863$61,310$82,095$62,942$44,158
Hawaii$86,885$88,285$82,219$103,400-$84,815
Idaho$67,183$69,725$59,558$80,778$63,364$57,684
Illinois$75,534$78,638$73,827$95,007$68,202$75,638
Indiana$68,558$72,646$66,900$92,141$66,171$46,788
Iowa$62,622$67,661$60,943$94,094$69,187$60,155
Kansas$57,932$65,176$52,861$82,784$52,693$55,655
Kentucky$58,680$57,606$59,711$73,260$65,867$50,507
Louisiana$61,707$58,961$69,946$80,524$59,445$46,985
Maine$76,034$70,363$80,570$88,670$94,726$59,878
Maryland$73,467$73,623$73,078$102,098$80,143$62,924
Massachusetts$83,900$73,713$88,751$113,083$89,955$58,644
Michigan$72,505$83,594$64,881$89,285$69,053$73,763
Minnesota$72,464$83,197$67,694$98,898$77,158-
Mississippi$60,925$69,245$52,606$78,063$54,514-
Missouri$63,745$66,035$62,599$87,730$57,546$58,523
Montana$62,159$64,754$56,103$69,453-$52,538
Nebraska$64,505$75,040$58,485$87,260$58,149-
Nevada$88,200$95,614$80,786$100,112--
New Hampshire$74,047$71,176$78,969$119,215$88,782$54,218
New Jersey$80,006$80,788$78,903$113,693$76,088$70,027
New York$80,210$79,110$80,999$108,877$87,680$69,677
North Carolina$68,155$78,434$63,675$92,461$68,870$47,566
North Dakota$64,696$64,965$63,711$84,376-$60,825
Ohio$68,567$74,293$63,395$89,102$76,429$61,098
Oklahoma$61,511$62,659$59,444$87,816$53,354$51,013
Oregon$71,526$80,090$66,488$97,745$86,201$63,268
Pennsylvania$75,180$79,158$73,653$100,119$81,896$61,932
Rhode Island$93,977$75,479$100,144$105,518-$58,186
South Carolina$66,661$73,286$61,764$95,486$66,849$59,877
South Dakota$65,921$73,411$55,434$77,790--
Tennessee$62,813$67,156$60,038$78,757$65,277$56,800
Texas$70,638$72,697$67,892$91,287$68,769$57,556
Utah$79,228$75,479$86,726$94,878-$61,513
Vermont$69,026$70,651$68,097$97,721$85,898-
Virginia$70,403$73,481$67,164$90,234$71,827$64,113
Washington$78,392$92,300$70,569$93,964$86,807$64,712
West Virginia$58,174$61,932$50,656$87,794$58,049$54,251
Wisconsin$65,377$70,190$62,970$77,436$68,967-
Wyoming$66,691$66,691-$88,317-$61,285
Average$71,687$73,958$69,931$94,824$75,539$62,212