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Average Associate Professor Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in United States, the average Associate Professor salary is $70,671. For public schools, its average salary is $73,062 and private schools' average salary is $68,825. The average Associate Professor salary of national universities is $93,107 and the average Associate Professor salary of liberal arts colleges is $74,828.
  • Rhode Island has the highest Associate Professor salary of $88,897 and West Virginia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $55,459.
  • For public schools, California has the highest Associate Professor salary of $102,677 and Kentucky has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $57,173.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest Associate Professor salary of $94,807 and West Virginia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $47,377.
  • For national universities, New Hampshire has the highest Associate Professor salary of $116,489 and Montana has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $71,453.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest Associate Professor salary of $98,217 and Oklahoma has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $51,564.
  • For community colleges, Hawaii has the highest Associate Professor salary of $83,723 and Georgia has the lowest Associate Professor salary of $44,437.
Average Associate Professor Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$68,121$76,957$59,874$89,058$61,087-
Alaska$72,875$82,573$53,479$87,480--
Arizona$76,863$86,296$68,287$90,444-$69,159
Arkansas$62,767$65,717$57,752$82,527$59,316$53,957
California$85,707$102,677$80,001$108,137$87,273$79,263
Colorado$71,056$73,858$67,392$95,997$85,211$50,570
Connecticut$77,033$70,917$83,915$101,635$98,217$63,769
Delaware$75,275$94,035$62,769$90,683--
District of Columbia$88,616$100,049$86,711$106,764--
Florida$67,932$73,914$64,242$91,569$70,855$58,565
Georgia$60,457$59,931$60,855$79,145$62,463$44,437
Hawaii$85,735$87,273$80,609$100,954-$83,723
Idaho$65,192$66,544$60,460$77,896$64,261$57,793
Illinois$73,760$76,482$72,204$93,158$70,189$73,237
Indiana$66,795$71,743$64,789$90,688$63,319$44,963
Iowa$62,766$67,803$61,240$91,843$69,247$60,017
Kansas$57,258$66,919$50,979$80,331$52,356$59,664
Kentucky$58,058$57,173$58,981$71,551$65,286$50,737
Louisiana$60,455$58,056$67,413$79,836$58,478$46,243
Maine$74,482$69,063$78,817$86,717$92,293$60,567
Maryland$69,880$70,933$67,449$97,553$78,013$62,413
Massachusetts$82,531$72,156$87,394$110,479$88,364$59,138
Michigan$71,362$83,559$63,601$88,122$67,989$76,405
Minnesota$70,644$81,491$65,995$96,121$76,325-
Mississippi$61,537$70,540$52,534$77,846$55,510-
Missouri$63,599$63,223$63,779$85,174$57,407$57,703
Montana$61,810$64,910$55,612$71,453--
Nebraska$62,628$73,140$57,021$87,329$59,875-
Nevada$85,405$91,661$79,149$97,484--
New Hampshire$71,639$70,100$74,278$116,489$87,605$53,886
New Jersey$78,333$78,653$77,883$109,518$74,381$67,534
New York$78,418$78,832$78,124$107,175$87,410$68,945
North Carolina$67,239$78,900$62,283$92,181$66,899$48,142
North Dakota$63,921$64,024$63,545$82,578-$59,696
Ohio$67,102$72,846$61,997$88,099$75,084$60,032
Oklahoma$59,973$60,268$59,442$84,576$51,564$49,044
Oregon$69,993$79,628$64,641$95,125$83,560$63,848
Pennsylvania$76,496$82,108$73,152$98,535$80,976$61,763
Rhode Island$88,897$71,165$94,807$101,749-$58,221
South Carolina$65,382$71,936$60,538$95,035$63,729$58,927
South Dakota$64,554$69,925$57,036$76,590--
Tennessee$63,680$66,524$61,698$78,534$69,250$56,301
Texas$70,389$73,133$66,730$89,939$66,605$56,761
Utah$78,961$74,615$87,651$92,556-$61,282
Vermont$65,263$66,602$64,728$96,143$84,854-
Virginia$69,081$71,097$67,013$87,006$71,965$62,406
Washington$76,754$89,536$69,565$91,565$89,272$61,687
West Virginia$55,459$59,500$47,377$85,342$55,644$52,005
Wisconsin$65,052$67,862$63,699$77,421$68,351-
Wyoming$68,705$68,705-$87,003-$62,606
Average$70,671$73,062$68,825$93,107$74,828$61,301