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Average Faculty Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in United States, the average Faculty salary is $61,739. For public schools, its average salary is $67,853 and private schools' average salary is $57,503. The average Faculty salary of national universities is $93,992 and the average Faculty salary of liberal arts colleges is $74,591.
  • Rhode Island has the highest Faculty salary of $88,782 and West Virginia has the lowest Faculty salary of $48,518.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest Faculty salary of $104,239 and Georgia has the lowest Faculty salary of $50,711.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest Faculty salary of $93,384 and West Virginia has the lowest Faculty salary of $41,487.
  • For national universities, New Hampshire has the highest Faculty salary of $123,660 and Kentucky has the lowest Faculty salary of $72,006.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest Faculty salary of $99,008 and Kansas has the lowest Faculty salary of $49,946.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest Faculty salary of $82,274 and Georgia has the lowest Faculty salary of $39,494.
Average Faculty Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$57,289$61,957$49,577$86,548$57,546$54,933
Alaska$60,487$77,863$43,110$86,160--
Washington$63,860$67,370$58,655$94,473$90,016$63,228
Arizona$59,201$73,092$48,601$80,333-$70,162
Arkansas$50,410$51,126$49,019$78,971$60,345$43,290
California$72,987$89,297$63,114$111,785$88,774$82,274
Minnesota$67,561$73,501$61,338$82,007$77,265$71,455
Colorado$58,303$65,428$52,564$87,232$84,010$53,213
Connecticut$78,183$75,337$80,879$116,891$99,008$69,743
New York$67,051$77,223$63,183$114,650$86,759$65,564
Delaware$71,982$85,307$63,986$91,407-$64,672
District of Columbia$82,565$104,239$80,015$111,013--
Florida$53,175$64,606$49,394$90,624$68,594$40,494
Georgia$51,539$50,711$52,229$80,298$61,626$39,494
Hawaii$72,487$81,308$57,786$109,243-$75,417
Idaho$57,837$62,390$52,634$74,424$63,298$55,028
Illinois$69,911$73,852$67,523$97,206$69,979$69,932
Indiana$56,378$67,139$53,190$90,997$63,937$42,083
Iowa$58,751$61,254$57,290$95,767$69,131$55,698
Kansas$51,230$53,719$48,296$81,787$49,946$48,137
Missouri$55,733$59,222$54,367$89,506$59,697$50,106
Kentucky$53,325$57,413$50,599$72,006$65,775$50,131
Louisiana$53,236$55,595$50,310$80,209$59,213$42,524
Maine$68,241$65,098$71,833$85,361$89,476$56,098
Maryland$67,165$70,832$62,165$94,985$77,847$61,356
Massachusetts$79,409$75,951$80,706$115,066$89,201$63,683
Michigan$67,722$77,046$58,596$88,591$67,576$73,579
Mississippi$52,692$55,125$48,031$73,691$58,319$48,825
Montana$49,068$51,143$43,535$75,135-$48,607
Nebraska$56,344$61,312$51,873$87,266$61,556$56,462
Nevada$65,011$78,312$57,849$94,354-$74,779
New Hampshire$69,051$71,898$65,967$123,660$73,210$59,804
New Jersey$66,587$77,690$59,563$112,845$79,383$65,475
North Carolina$54,863$55,738$53,751$94,879$64,697$48,787
North Dakota$55,755$56,278$54,535$79,169-$55,190
Ohio$58,714$69,761$52,789$84,148$74,360$52,860
Oklahoma$50,667$52,148$48,405$88,515$51,049$45,038
Oregon$64,642$69,700$59,374$90,012$87,371$65,069
Pennsylvania$64,792$77,099$59,901$100,216$79,459$47,160
Rhode Island$88,782$73,442$93,384$112,943-$61,923
South Carolina$55,393$58,756$52,029$94,610$63,377$48,062
South Dakota$56,954$62,235$49,914$72,357-$56,419
Tennessee$53,260$63,553$49,502$79,068$68,290$50,027
Texas$59,565$66,435$53,589$87,696$64,908$54,408
Utah$60,716$70,593$56,765$93,126-$60,206
Vermont$62,276$67,630$60,848$91,999$69,998-
Virginia$62,082$69,796$57,544$82,539$72,668$57,313
West Virginia$48,518$54,880$41,487$90,137$55,833$43,272
Wisconsin$64,255$71,150$58,345$77,955$66,388$73,594
Wyoming$60,164$61,825$46,875$88,861-$57,963
Average$61,739$67,853$57,503$93,992$74,591$59,006