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Average Faculty Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in the United States, the average Faculty salary is $62,892. For public schools, its average salary is $68,985 and private schools' average salary is $58,566. The average Faculty salary of national universities is $95,844 and the average Faculty salary of liberal arts colleges is $74,919.
  • Rhode Island has the highest Faculty salary of $92,881 and West Virginia has the lowest Faculty salary of $49,645.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest Faculty salary of $107,091 and Arkansas has the lowest Faculty salary of $51,419.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest Faculty salary of $97,552 and Alaska has the lowest Faculty salary of $41,288.
  • For national universities, New Hampshire has the highest Faculty salary of $122,721 and Montana has the lowest Faculty salary of $70,733.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest Faculty salary of $99,942 and Kansas has the lowest Faculty salary of $50,883.
  • For community colleges, California has the highest Faculty salary of $84,487 and Georgia has the lowest Faculty salary of $40,049.
Average Faculty Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$58,819$64,065$50,152$88,278$53,366$57,625
Alaska$62,492$83,696$41,288$86,827--
Washington$66,858$71,815$59,244$96,208$87,789$67,896
Arizona$60,384$74,179$49,272$82,323-$71,141
Arkansas$50,201$51,419$47,838$76,652$58,911$43,382
California$75,016$91,417$64,415$114,332$87,488$84,487
Minnesota$67,360$73,139$60,839$84,193$78,312$71,743
Colorado$60,326$67,281$54,564$89,073$83,509$55,499
Connecticut$81,173$79,290$82,957$121,462$99,942$73,554
New York$68,999$77,104$65,827$115,917$87,233$67,494
Delaware$72,453$86,357$62,025$93,581-$65,574
District of Columbia$85,284$107,091$82,377$113,344--
Florida$53,835$65,268$49,838$92,020$68,901$44,771
Georgia$52,604$52,122$53,020$82,705$62,025$40,049
Hawaii$71,908$82,592$54,101$111,058-$76,435
Idaho$57,706$63,720$51,691$77,023$64,800$55,101
Illinois$70,862$75,427$67,979$99,124$69,542$71,842
Indiana$57,276$67,936$54,117$92,634$64,060$44,930
Iowa$60,137$64,661$57,750$101,665$70,209$57,127
Kansas$51,707$53,974$48,935$83,806$50,883$48,361
Missouri$57,497$60,976$56,006$90,984$59,223$53,260
Kentucky$54,036$57,618$51,648$74,007$66,373$49,390
Louisiana$53,162$56,062$49,416$80,972$58,908$42,079
Maine$68,029$67,000$69,057$88,972$91,101$53,217
Maryland$70,271$73,655$65,436$101,439$79,372$62,244
Massachusetts$81,376$76,850$83,139$118,007$89,566$63,515
Michigan$69,427$78,356$60,093$89,882$69,748$74,685
Mississippi$54,275$55,546$51,353$74,079$56,966$50,424
Montana$52,006$54,047$46,562$70,733-$50,104
Nebraska$58,745$63,668$54,369$87,668$60,607$58,867
Nevada$64,805$79,705$56,114$95,775-$63,409
New Hampshire$71,336$72,377$70,106$122,721$71,461$59,509
New Jersey$66,436$79,352$58,428$117,573$80,779$67,088
North Carolina$55,117$55,775$54,252$95,708$65,470$48,644
North Dakota$56,731$57,713$54,439$81,719-$56,465
Ohio$59,825$71,074$53,381$86,025$75,850$53,196
Oklahoma$52,148$54,315$48,657$89,719$51,776$46,704
Oregon$66,202$71,333$60,624$92,204$88,788$66,765
Pennsylvania$64,142$76,111$61,013$102,052$81,415$49,507
Rhode Island$92,881$77,311$97,552$113,291-$61,018
South Carolina$56,208$59,614$52,802$96,124$64,838$49,025
South Dakota$57,954$63,159$50,147$74,113-$57,201
Tennessee$55,928$64,383$52,687$79,810$64,154$50,952
Texas$60,272$66,423$54,699$89,724$65,674$55,335
Utah$61,148$72,306$56,685$95,280-$53,063
Vermont$64,732$70,627$62,767$95,501$71,948-
Virginia$63,781$71,830$58,828$84,189$71,967$58,159
West Virginia$49,645$56,896$41,631$94,361$55,951$44,326
Wisconsin$65,825$73,274$59,251$77,394$67,699$76,186
Wyoming$61,079$63,009$45,646$89,100-$59,281
Average$62,892$68,985$58,566$95,844$74,919$60,224