FACULTY SALARY AND BENEFITS TO ANNUAL STUDENT FTE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

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1 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,222,919 $1,064,147 $1,121,896 $1,121,896 $1,121,896 Benefits $189,569 $202,988 $215,732 $223,971 $225,794 Part-Time Faculty Salary $14,850 $17,472 $18,096 $16,320 $10,200 Benefits $1,136 $1,337 $1,384 $1,248 $780 Total Salary and Benefits $1,428,474 $1,285,944 $1,357,108 $1,363,435 $1,358,670 Student FTE Economics and International Business* Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,861 $3,485 $3,945 $3,929 $3,816 Full-Time Faculty Salary $857,498 $921,366 $921,436 $960,292 $876,242 Benefits $140,710 $191,047 $190,228 $204,893 $190,101 Part-Time Faculty Salary $17,400 $20,904 $23,580 $22,440 $33,270 Benefits $1,331 $1,599 $1,804 $1,717 $2,545 Total Salary and Benefits $1,016,939 $1,134,916 $1,137,048 $1,189,342 $1,102,158 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,593 $3,215 $3,141 $3,478 $3,079 Finance* Full-Time Faculty Salary $775,952 $1,037,105 $1,016,603 $1,037,243 $996,838 Benefits $125,175 $218,002 $213,731 $227,034 $214,206 Part-Time Faculty Salary $45,900 $51,168 $45,000 $49,215 $41,130 Benefits $3,511 $3,914 $3,443 $3,765 $3,146 Total Salary and Benefits $950,538 $1,310,189 $1,278,777 $1,317,257 $1,255,320 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,590 $2,794 $2,786 $2,934 $2,815 General Business* Full-Time Faculty Salary $754, Benefits $128, Part-Time Faculty Salary $27, Benefits $2, Total Salary and Benefits $912, Student FTE Information Systems and Operations Management Salary Costs/Student FTE $2, Full-Time Faculty Salary $911,977 $877,454 $908,019 $908,019 $913,574 Benefits $145,848 $173,011 $177,491 $183,081 $187,421 Part-Time Faculty Salary $23,350 $18,200 $29,722 $20,350 $30,970 Benefits $1,786 $1,392 $2,274 $1,557 $2,369 Total Salary and Benefits $1,082,961 $1,070,057 $1,117,506 $1,113,008 $1,134,334 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,332 $4,440 $4,796 $5,082 $4,997 Management* Full-Time Faculty Salary $798,745 $893,879 $980,380 $937,201 $1,016,419 Benefits $135,794 $186,812 $203,619 $197,247 $217,723 Part-Time Faculty Salary $33,450 $26,208 $28,878 $42,910 $46,704 Benefits $2,559 $2,005 $2,209 $3,283 $3,573 Total Salary and Benefits $970,548 $1,108,904 $1,215,086 $1,180,641 $1,284,419 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,897 $2,561 $2,787 $2,512 $3,203 Marketing* Full-Time Faculty Salary $745,564 $921,820 $914,245 $996,969 $1,008,836 Benefits $118,010 $175,549 $173,971 $192,850 $199,031 Part-Time Faculty Salary $3,900 $16,224 $18,312 $28,560 $26,520 Benefits $298 $1,241 $1,401 $2,185 $2,028 Total Salary and Benefits $867,772 $1,114,834 $1,107,929 $1,220,564 $1,236,415 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,845 $2,673 $2,931 $3,622 $3,594 Military Science Full-Time Faculty Salary $0 $0 Part-Time Faculty Salary $0 $0 Total Salary and Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $0 $0 College Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $6,066,670 $5,715,771 $5,862,579 $5,961,620 $5,933,805 Benefits $984,079 $1,147,409 $1,174,772 $1,229,077 $1,234,276 Part-Time Faculty Salary $166,600 $150,176 $163,588 $179,795 $188,794 Benefits $12,744 $11,488 $12,515 $13,754 $14,441 Total Salary and Benefits $7,230,093 $7,024,844 $7,213,454 $7,384,246 $7,371,316 Student FTE 2,280 2,282 2,212 2,182 2,153 Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,171 $3,078 $3,261 $3,384 $3,424 *Due to restructuring, General Business courses (which are used to calculate Student FTE) have been reassigned to the departments of Economics and International Business, Finance, Management and Marketing. Student FTE totals may vary slightly when compared to other reports since Military Science faculty are donated; therefore, there is no salary cost to the university for these faculty.

2 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Advanced Professional Full-Time Faculty Salary $577,911 $480,711 $496,952 $546,952 $546,952 Services Benefits $101,069 $101,971 $103,886 $120,762 $123,312 Part-Time Faculty Salary $11,700 $17,472 $16,236 $8,160 $14,700 Benefits $895 $1,337 $1,242 $624 $1,124 Total Salary and Benefits $691,575 $601,491 $618,316 $676,498 $686,088 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,870 $4,092 $3,913 $4,003 $3,854 Curriculum and Instruction Full-Time Faculty Salary $908,293 $768,784 $713,768 $760,557 $745,652 Benefits $156,884 $167,330 $152,960 $172,141 $173,456 Part-Time Faculty Salary $7,550 $17,628 $36,416 $32,935 $36,655 Benefits $578 $1,349 $2,786 $2,520 $2,804 Total Salary and Benefits $1,073,305 $955,091 $905,930 $968,152 $958,567 Student FTE Human Environmental Sciences Kinesiology and Health Occupational and Technology Education Professional Teacher Education Salary Costs/Student FTE $5,897 $5,336 $3,922 $3,797 $3,804 Full-Time Faculty Salary $616,776 $444,436 $497,506 $501,561 $510,670 Benefits $103,371 $92,397 $103,332 $108,131 $112,644 Part-Time Faculty Salary $51,150 $67,860 $60,756 $64,240 $74,450 Benefits $3,913 $5,191 $4,648 $4,914 $5,696 Total Salary and Benefits $775,210 $609,884 $666,242 $678,846 $703,460 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $1,968 $1,495 $1,641 $1,680 $1,699 Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,130,504 $1,048,247 $1,059,350 $1,079,684 $1,109,296 Benefits $201,620 $240,064 $242,209 $257,925 $267,611 Part-Time Faculty Salary $69,350 $66,300 $73,452 $85,250 $87,325 Benefits $5,305 $5,072 $5,619 $6,522 $6,681 Total Salary and Benefits $1,406,779 $1,359,683 $1,380,630 $1,429,381 $1,470,913 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,141 $2,121 $2,275 $2,258 $2,376 Full-Time Faculty Salary $633,732 $624,109 $631,981 $574,467 $651,899 Benefits $111,516 $135,414 $136,429 $129,654 $149,354 Part-Time Faculty Salary $18,900 $16,744 $24,138 $26,011 $53,500 Benefits $1,446 $1,281 $1,847 $1,990 $4,093 Total Salary and Benefits $765,594 $777,548 $794,395 $732,121 $858,846 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,363 $2,363 $2,336 $2,128 $1,993 Full-Time Faculty Salary $784,252 $621,279 $622,035 $662,254 $662,254 Benefits $130,269 $126,344 $121,956 $142,568 $145,597 Part-Time Faculty Salary $14,175 $47,112 $25,466 $25,070 $16,750 Benefits $1,084 $3,604 $1,948 $1,918 $1,281 Total Salary and Benefits $929,780 $798,339 $771,405 $831,810 $825,882 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,131 $2,609 $2,426 $2,390 $2,366 Psychology Full-Time Faculty Salary $936,021 $832,276 $810,758 $869,868 $898,679 Benefits $163,081 $188,171 $175,773 $198,450 $212,187 Part-Time Faculty Salary $22,539 $28,964 $46,777 $50,810 $56,225 Benefits $1,724 $2,216 $3,578 $3,887 $4,302 Total Salary and Benefits $1,123,365 $1,051,627 $1,036,886 $1,123,016 $1,171,393 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,124 $2,046 $2,041 $2,127 $2,114 Special Services Full-Time Faculty Salary $849,410 $669,577 $720,562 $649,032 $579,844 Benefits $146,115 $143,048 $153,879 $144,254 $134,078 Part-Time Faculty Salary $26,400 $46,722 $47,575 $53,439 $70,750 Benefits $2,020 $3,574 $3,639 $4,088 $5,412 Total Salary and Benefits $1,023,945 $862,921 $925,655 $850,813 $790,084 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,633 $3,719 $3,906 $3,445 $3,062 College Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $6,436,899 $5,489,419 $5,552,912 $5,644,376 $5,705,246 Benefits $1,113,925 $1,194,739 $1,190,424 $1,273,884 $1,318,239 Part-Time Faculty Salary $221,764 $308,802 $330,816 $345,915 $410,355 Benefits $16,965 $23,624 $25,307 $26,463 $31,393 Total Salary and Benefits $7,789,553 $7,016,584 $7,099,459 $7,290,637 $7,465,233 Student FTE 2,746 2,756 2,805 2,928 3,055 Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,837 $2,546 $2,531 $2,490 $2,444

3 COLLEGE OF ARTS, MEDIA, AND DESIGN Academy of Full-Time Faculty Salary $0 $0 Comtemporary Music Part-Time Faculty Salary $65,760 $218,944 Benefits $5,031 $16,750 Total Salary and Benefits $70,791 $235,694 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $469 $780 Art Full-Time Faculty Salary $710,213 $674,248 $643,420 $651,530 $545,632 Benefits $127,285 $152,077 $142,689 $151,269 $133,058 Part-Time Faculty Salary $92,925 $74,646 $69,564 $66,585 $76,320 Benefits $7,109 $5,710 $5,322 $5,094 $5,838 Total Salary and Benefits $937,532 $906,681 $860,995 $874,478 $760,848 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,664 $4,445 $5,740 $6,031 $5,321 Dance* Full-Time Faculty Salary $204,039 $35,000 Benefits $44,552 $10,144 Part-Time Faculty Salary $26,140 $21,015 Benefits $2,000 $1,608 Total Salary and Benefits $276,731 $67,767 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $5,535 $1,506 Design Full-Time Faculty Salary $459,020 $405,916 $380,233 $394,053 $371,392 Benefits $70,047 $75,248 $75,678 $86,819 $80,449 Part-Time Faculty Salary $26,250 $32,994 $34,296 $38,610 $23,868 Benefits $2,008 $2,524 $2,624 $2,954 $1,826 Total Salary and Benefits $557,325 $516,682 $492,831 $522,435 $477,535 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,846 $4,379 $3,471 $3,530 $3,339 Music Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,745,094 $1,413,492 $1,463,870 $1,644,262 $1,696,427 Benefits $305,883 $317,674 $317,376 $381,992 $406,788 Part-Time Faculty Salary $111,600 $123,373 $140,067 $111,770 $122,153 Benefits $8,537 $9,438 $10,715 $8,550 $9,344 Total Salary and Benefits $2,171,114 $1,863,977 $1,932,028 $2,146,574 $2,234,712 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $10,005 $8,321 $7,606 $8,691 $8,277 Theatre Arts* Full-Time Faculty Salary $476,785 $684,878 Benefits $109,376 $163,396 Part-Time Faculty Salary $7,380 $6,120 Benefits $565 $468 Total Salary and Benefits $594,105 $854,862 Student FTE Theatre, Dance, and Media Arts* Salary Costs/Student FTE $6,751 $9,826 Full-Time Faculty Salary $628,515 $570,263 $679, Benefits $112,036 $125,771 $146, Part-Time Faculty Salary $55,830 $42,666 $38, Benefits $4,271 $3,264 $2, Total Salary and Benefits $800,652 $741,964 $867, Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $5,887 $5,456 $6, College Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $2,832,629 $2,389,671 $2,523,987 $3,370,668 $3,333,329 Benefits $487,966 $518,693 $539,304 $774,008 $793,835 Part-Time Faculty Salary $193,680 $199,033 $213,047 $316,245 $468,420 Benefits $14,816 $15,226 $16,298 $24,193 $35,834 Total Salary and Benefits $3,529,091 $3,122,623 $3,292,636 $2,739,800 $2,947,941 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $5,275 $4,579 $4,871 $3,305 $2,978 *Due to restructuring, Dance and Theatre Arts are now two separate departments.

4 FACULTY SALARY AND BENEFITS TO ANNUAL STUDENT FTE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS English Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,740,536 $1,445,702 $1,431,371 $1,436,397 $1,401,150 Benefits $301,750 $324,821 $318,899 $329,413 $328,460 Part-Time Faculty Salary $135,750 $163,020 $193,440 $160,710 $185,620 Benefits $10,385 $12,471 $14,798 $12,294 $14,200 Total Salary and Benefits $2,188,421 $1,946,014 $1,958,508 $1,938,814 $1,929,430 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,824 $2,537 $2,498 $2,448 $2,251 History and Geography Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,186,758 $962,849 $957,825 $981,564 $983,601 Benefits $202,344 $205,324 $201,786 $215,313 $217,452 Part-Time Faculty Salary $90,131 $102,804 $109,554 $96,690 $99,531 Benefits $6,895 $7,865 $8,381 $7,397 $7,614 Total Salary and Benefits $1,486,128 $1,278,842 $1,277,546 $1,300,964 $1,308,198 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,469 $2,248 $2,269 $2,209 $2,214 Humanities and Philosophy Full-Time Faculty Salary $902,419 $755,504 $770,384 $787,018 $833,704 Benefits $160,751 $166,376 $168,366 $179,244 $196,297 Part-Time Faculty Salary $61,650 $90,948 $93,066 $85,860 $85,080 Benefits $4,716 $6,958 $7,120 $6,568 $6,508 Total Salary and Benefits $1,129,536 $1,019,786 $1,038,936 $1,058,690 $1,121,589 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $1,751 $1,700 $1,928 $1,953 $1,947 Mass Communication Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,364,377 $1,141,858 $1,230,797 $1,268,907 $1,242,962 Benefits $233,708 $241,899 $266,765 $290,253 $288,784 Part-Time Faculty Salary $118,356 $135,252 $138,672 $117,870 $136,190 Benefits $9,054 $10,347 $10,608 $9,017 $10,418 Total Salary and Benefits $1,725,495 $1,529,356 $1,646,842 $1,686,047 $1,678,354 Student FTE Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultural Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,413 $2,310 $2,480 $2,578 $2,547 Full-Time Faculty Salary $522,760 $439,177 $447,720 $451,775 $451,775 Benefits $92,126 $98,555 $96,004 $101,387 $103,445 Part-Time Faculty Salary $95,900 $97,604 $95,112 $106,200 $121,840 Benefits $7,336 $7,467 $7,276 $8,124 $9,321 Total Salary and Benefits $718,122 $642,803 $646,112 $667,486 $686,381 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,170 $2,054 $2,013 $1,886 $1,747 Political Science Full-Time Faculty Salary $790,177 $727,258 $695,734 $706,627 $698,773 Benefits $135,934 $160,525 $147,801 $156,140 $157,868 Part-Time Faculty Salary $64,200 $67,912 $63,296 $65,940 $71,038 Benefits $4,911 $5,195 $4,842 $5,044 $5,434 Total Salary and Benefits $995,222 $960,890 $911,673 $933,752 $933,113 Student FTE Criminal Justice Sociology and Substance Abuse Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Substance Abuse Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,507 $2,692 $2,689 $2,676 $2,536 Full-Time Faculty Salary $394,230 Benefits $84,960 Part-Time Faculty Salary $40,350 Benefits $3,243 Total Salary and Benefits $522,783 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,227 Full-Time Faculty Salary $487,354 Benefits $113,565 Part-Time Faculty Salary $81,930 Benefits $6,268 Total Salary and Benefits $689,117 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $1,618 Full-Time Faculty Salary $770,776 $682,761 $799,268 $838, Benefits $134,586 $148,115 $173,240 $183, Part-Time Faculty Salary $70,100 $75,400 $89,486 $73, Benefits $5,363 $5,768 $6,846 $5, Total Salary and Benefits $980,825 $912,044 $1,068,840 $1,100, Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $1,966 $1,884 $2,168 $2, College Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $7,277,803 $6,155,109 $6,333,099 $6,470,401 $5,611,965 Benefits $1,261,199 $1,345,615 $1,372,861 $1,455,312 $1,490,831 Part-Time Faculty Salary $636,087 $732,940 $782,626 $706,410 $699,299 Benefits $48,660 $56,071 $59,871 $54,041 $53,495 Total Salary and Benefits $9,223,749 $8,289,735 $8,548,457 $8,686,164 $7,657,065 Student FTE 3,964 3,752 3,703 3,815 3,444 Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,327 $2,209 $2,309 $2,277 $2,223 *Due to restructuring, Criminal Justice and Sociology/Substance Abuse are now two separate departments.

5 COLLEGE OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE Biology Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,431,580 $1,276,233 $1,402,616 $1,296,768 $1,307,347 Benefits $248,336 $275,265 $292,439 $289,641 $299,339 Part-Time Faculty Salary $125,330 $136,718 $147,393 $130,190 $142,730 Benefits $9,588 $10,459 $11,276 $9,960 $10,918 Total Salary and Benefits $1,814,834 $1,698,675 $1,853,724 $1,726,558 $1,760,334 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,528 $2,277 $2,426 $2,245 $2,248 Chemistry Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,163,840 $1,102,317 $1,013,236 $912,206 $912,206 Benefits $199,118 $230,363 $207,021 $200,813 $204,868 Part-Time Faculty Salary $46,900 $52,728 $63,522 $61,030 $61,390 Benefits $3,588 $4,034 $4,859 $4,669 $4,696 Total Salary and Benefits $1,413,446 $1,389,442 $1,288,638 $1,178,717 $1,183,160 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,109 $3,959 $3,640 $3,594 $3,323 Computer Science Full-Time Faculty Salary $738,785 $625,547 $640,161 $698,890 $698,890 Benefits $125,435 $133,955 $134,636 $148,058 $153,586 Part-Time Faculty Salary $11,700 $12,168 $13,452 $12,870 $17,890 Benefits $895 $931 $1,029 $985 $1,368 Total Salary and Benefits $876,815 $772,601 $789,278 $860,803 $871,734 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $5,158 $5,479 $5,890 $6,571 $5,890 Engineering and Physics Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,043,341 $905,703 $1,007,599 $1,015,187 $1,060,732 Benefits $175,755 $189,314 $202,616 $212,382 $227,712 Part-Time Faculty Salary $37,161 $43,041 $37,729 $35,846 $49,511 Benefits $2,843 $3,293 $2,886 $2,742 $3,787 Total Salary and Benefits $1,259,100 $1,141,351 $1,250,830 $1,266,157 $1,341,742 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,792 $3,427 $3,779 $3,367 $3,405 Funeral Service Full-Time Faculty Salary $304,259 $276,880 $293,554 $293,554 $295,048 Benefits $52,192 $58,950 $56,940 $59,132 $60,257 Part-Time Faculty Salary $17,261 $19,755 $18,823 $25,127 $34,412 Benefits $1,320 $1,511 $1,440 $1,922 $2,633 Total Salary and Benefits $375,032 $357,096 $370,757 $379,735 $392,350 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,948 $3,924 $4,213 $3,956 $3,600 Mathematics and Statistics Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,308,662 $1,036,584 $1,121,405 $1,245,263 $1,223,219 Benefits $223,324 $222,734 $238,996 $279,069 $280,813 Part-Time Faculty Salary $61,100 $69,004 $79,738 $78,960 $97,060 Benefits $4,674 $5,279 $6,100 $6,040 $7,425 Total Salary and Benefits $1,597,760 $1,333,601 $1,446,239 $1,609,333 $1,608,517 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,632 $2,168 $2,318 $2,424 $2,288 Nursing Full-Time Faculty Salary $851,500 $771,255 $811,517 $837,525 $869,065 Benefits $149,970 $171,816 $181,198 $198,751 $209,809 Part-Time Faculty Salary $41,555 $42,030 $59,632 $113,572 $118,217 Benefits $3,179 $3,215 $4,562 $8,688 $9,044 Total Salary and Benefits $1,046,204 $988,316 $1,056,909 $1,158,536 $1,206,135 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $4,713 $4,067 $4,194 $4,579 $4,517 College Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $6,841,967 $5,994,519 $6,290,088 $6,299,393 $6,366,507 Benefits $1,174,130 $1,282,397 $1,313,846 $1,387,846 $1,436,384 Part-Time Faculty Salary $341,007 $375,444 $420,289 $457,594 $521,210 Benefits $26,087 $28,722 $32,152 $35,006 $39,871 Total Salary and Benefits $8,383,191 $7,681,082 $8,056,375 $8,179,839 $8,363,972 Student FTE 2,488 2,520 2,547 2,617 2,760 Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,369 $3,048 $3,163 $3,126 $3,030

6 INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Forensic Sciences Full-Time Faculty Salary $361,800 $514,149 Benefits $59,331 $91,951 Part-Time Faculty Salary $1,367 $0 Benefits $105 $0 Total Salary and Benefits $422,602 $606,100 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $8,286 $5,828 Leadership Full-Time Faculty Salary $0 $0 Part-Time Faculty Salary $12,720 $20,470 Benefits $973 $1,566 Total Salary and Benefits $13,693 $22,036 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $304 $380 First-Year Experience Full-Time Faculty Salary $0 $0 Part-Time Faculty Salary $94,827 $97,620 Benefits $7,254 $7,468 Total Salary and Benefits $102,081 $105,088 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $745 $696 College Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,037,052 $1,285,048 Benefits $59,331 $91,951 Part-Time Faculty Salary $108,914 $118,090 Benefits $8,332 $9,034 Total Salary and Benefits $542,007 $737,063 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,326 $2,355

7 UNIVERSITY College FY FY FY FY FY Business Administration* Full-Time Faculty Salary $6,066,670 $5,715,771 $5,862,579 $5,961,620 $5,933,805 Benefits $984,079 $1,147,409 $1,174,772 $1,229,077 $1,234,276 Part-Time Faculty Salary $166,600 $150,176 $163,588 $179,795 $188,794 Benefits $12,744 $11,488 $12,515 $13,754 $14,441 Total Salary and Benefits $7,230,093 $7,024,844 $7,213,454 $7,384,246 $7,371,316 Student FTE 2,280 2,282 2,212 2,182 2,153 Education and Professional Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,171 $3,078 $3,261 $3,384 $3,424 Full-Time Faculty Salary $6,436,899 $5,489,419 $5,552,912 $5,644,376 $5,705,246 Benefits $1,113,925 $1,194,739 $1,190,424 $1,273,884 $1,318,239 Part-Time Faculty Salary $221,764 $308,802 $330,816 $345,915 $410,355 Benefits $16,965 $23,624 $25,307 $26,463 $31,393 Total Salary and Benefits $7,789,553 $7,016,584 $7,099,459 $7,290,637 $7,465,233 Student FTE 2,746 2,756 2,805 2,928 3,055 Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,837 $2,546 $2,531 $2,490 $2,444 Fine Arts and Design Full-Time Faculty Salary $2,832,629 $2,389,671 $2,523,987 $3,370,668 $3,333,329 Benefits $487,966 $518,693 $539,304 $774,008 $793,835 Part-Time Faculty Salary $193,680 $199,033 $213,047 $316,245 $468,420 Benefits $14,816 $15,226 $16,298 $24,193 $35,834 Total Salary and Benefits $3,529,091 $3,122,623 $3,292,636 $2,739,800 $2,947,941 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $5,275 $4,579 $4,871 $3,305 $2,978 Liberal Arts Full-Time Faculty Salary $7,277,803 $6,155,109 $6,333,099 $6,470,401 $5,611,965 Benefits $1,261,199 $1,345,615 $1,372,861 $1,455,312 $1,490,831 Part-Time Faculty Salary $636,087 $732,940 $782,626 $706,410 $699,299 Benefits $48,660 $56,071 $59,871 $54,041 $53,495 Total Salary and Benefits $9,223,749 $8,289,735 $8,548,457 $8,686,164 $7,657,065 Student FTE 3,964 3,752 3,703 3,815 3,444 Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,327 $2,209 $2,309 $2,277 $2,223 Mathematics and Science Full-Time Faculty Salary $6,841,967 $5,994,519 $6,290,088 $6,299,393 $6,366,507 Benefits $1,174,130 $1,282,397 $1,313,846 $1,387,846 $1,436,384 Part-Time Faculty Salary $341,007 $375,444 $420,289 $457,594 $521,210 Benefits $26,087 $28,722 $32,152 $35,006 $39,871 Total Salary and Benefits $8,383,191 $7,681,082 $8,056,375 $8,179,839 $8,363,972 Student FTE 2,488 2,520 2,547 2,617 2,760 Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,369 $3,048 $3,163 $3,126 $3,030 Interdisciplinary Full-Time Faculty Salary $1,037,052 $1,285,048 Benefits $59,331 $91,951 Part-Time Faculty Salary $108,914 $118,090 Benefits $8,332 $9,034 Total Salary and Benefits $542,007 $737,063 Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $2,326 $2,355 University Level Courses Part-Time Faculty Salary $9,100 $65,000 $80, Benefits $696 $4,973 $6, Total Salary and Benefits $9,796 $69,973 $86, Student FTE Salary Costs/Student FTE $223 $530 $ University Total Full-Time Faculty Salary $30,166,181 $26,418,737 $27,206,085 $28,783,511 $28,235,900 Benefits 5,148,584 5,640,930 5,733,896 $6,179,458 $6,365,516 Part-Time Faculty Salary $1,652,063 $1,906,041 $2,060,596 $2,114,872 $2,406,168 Benefits 126, , ,636 $161,788 $184,068 Total Salary and Benefits $37,093,209 $34,111,522 $35,158,213 $37,239,629 $37,191,652 Student FTE 12,147 12,124 12,065 12,604 12,715 Salary Costs/Student FTE $3,054 $2,814 $2,914 $2,955 $2,925 *Student FTE totals may vary slightly when compared to other reports. Military Science faculty are donated; therefore, there is no salary cost to the university for these faculty.

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