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Average Average Professor Salary by State and School Type/Category

For all colleges in United States, the average Average Professor salary is $84,462. For public schools, its average salary is $90,402 and private schools' average salary is $80,137. The average Average Professor salary of national universities is $127,490 and the average Average Professor salary of liberal arts colleges is $94,420.
  • Rhode Island has the highest Average Professor salary of $113,982 and West Virginia has the lowest Average Professor salary of $65,408.
  • For public schools, District of Columbia has the highest Average Professor salary of $133,952 and Oklahoma has the lowest Average Professor salary of $70,057.
  • For private schools, Rhode Island has the highest Average Professor salary of $121,945 and West Virginia has the lowest Average Professor salary of $52,889.
  • For national universities, New Hampshire has the highest Average Professor salary of $162,645 and Kentucky has the lowest Average Professor salary of $90,673.
  • For liberal arts colleges, Connecticut has the highest Average Professor salary of $134,768 and Oklahoma has the lowest Average Professor salary of $57,530.
  • For community colleges, Hawaii has the highest Average Professor salary of $96,409 and Oklahoma has the lowest Average Professor salary of $50,173.
Average Professor Salary
StateAll CollegesPublic SchoolsPrivate SchoolsNational UniversitiesLiberal Arts CollegesCommunity Colleges
Alabama$83,891$99,553$68,229$125,646$66,937-
Alaska$90,589$100,775$60,033$106,419--
Arizona$86,294$111,412$65,040$122,621-$71,233
Arkansas$70,901$75,839$63,906$108,163$70,363$57,004
California$101,172$129,666$92,388$145,366$116,248$83,199
Colorado$85,786$91,584$77,313$129,486$108,508$66,131
Connecticut$96,257$88,280$103,813$157,653$134,768$79,338
Delaware$87,788$123,010$70,177$118,564--
District of Columbia$113,267$133,952$110,312$158,101--
Florida$75,947$90,627$67,848$125,217$88,118$59,830
Georgia$74,128$73,898$74,317$105,429$74,940$50,269
Hawaii$100,632$102,354$94,893$139,231-$96,409
Idaho$75,217$83,353$61,656$95,468$78,402$63,201
Illinois$91,005$92,516$90,074$131,180$88,523$87,014
Indiana$79,747$91,021$75,296$125,320$78,987$55,306
Iowa$75,056$83,675$72,445$129,161$85,289$69,622
Kansas$66,478$80,281$57,506$109,025$59,894$63,725
Kentucky$68,833$70,773$66,893$90,673$78,916$61,576
Louisiana$73,572$72,382$76,450$108,605$73,121$53,511
Maine$90,515$84,718$95,733$112,053$115,852$64,964
Maryland$83,692$88,037$76,026$129,790$94,138$74,549
Massachusetts$101,563$91,601$105,832$156,404$119,252$71,469
Michigan$85,137$100,707$73,230$118,690$80,546$83,213
Minnesota$85,110$99,682$79,583$130,823$96,188-
Mississippi$74,442$85,023$63,862$99,282$77,068-
Missouri$75,492$78,802$74,074$119,538$68,763$66,702
Montana$73,955$76,740$68,386$92,139--
Nebraska$75,969$98,388$64,760$111,678$75,886-
Nevada$95,947$96,005$95,746$131,785-$81,176
New Hampshire$87,688$86,613$89,301$162,645$109,198$63,886
New Jersey$97,024$101,352$91,433$154,390$94,839$84,306
New York$95,763$96,760$95,095$153,758$111,669$84,426
North Carolina$77,828$99,987$69,266$128,585$80,797$54,801
North Dakota$76,760$76,780$76,650$107,329-$67,289
Ohio$80,427$91,517$70,946$116,670$94,784$72,198
Oklahoma$69,496$70,057$68,477$119,448$57,530$50,173
Oregon$83,951$102,127$74,864$125,810$109,483$74,856
Pennsylvania$93,386$103,007$87,915$138,754$101,853$70,370
Rhode Island$113,982$90,094$121,945$147,949-$76,397
South Carolina$75,439$88,951$65,613$134,997$80,362$69,885
South Dakota$76,121$89,459$60,559$98,051--
Tennessee$71,568$81,854$65,653$104,375$87,238$65,930
Texas$85,794$89,935$80,082$121,740$84,558$63,635
Utah$95,471$92,591$103,154$122,765-$76,177
Vermont$79,489$82,603$78,243$122,419$90,824-
Virginia$81,231$86,400$76,555$116,136$90,111$67,049
Washington$95,432$113,483$86,406$121,711$114,888$71,332
West Virginia$65,408$72,656$52,889$123,102$64,796$68,193
Wisconsin$77,192$81,891$74,842$99,512$84,687-
Wyoming$84,609$84,609-$122,134-$72,100
Average$84,462$90,402$80,137$127,490$94,420$71,115