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1 FACULTY IN HIGHER EDUCATION SALARY SURVEY For the Academic Year By Discipline, Rank and Tenure Status in Four-Year Colleges and Universities 2013 College and University Professional Association for Human Resources 1811 Commons Point Drive Knoxville, TN

2 Acknowledgments ation of the Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey by Discipline, Rank and Tenure Status in Four-Year Colleges and Universities marks the 32nd year for this survey, previously known as the National Faculty Salary Survey. Results for this year s redesigned survey reflect salary data by discipline and rank for 184,924 tenured and tenure-track faculty at 794 institutions nationwide, making it a key resource for salary-related decision making in the higher education community. In addition, and for the first time, the survey also provides salaries separately for 40,961 non tenure-track teaching faculty and 3,575 non tenure-track research faculty. Special thanks are owed to Barbara Carroll, associate vice chancellor for human resources at North Carolina State University, for the expertise, resources and extensive hands-on support she provided in the redesign of the salary surveys. Her participation made a very difficult effort far less so. We also wish to thank the many members of CUPA-HR whose advice and input to the redesign was invaluable. And we want to thank Peerfocus, Inc., our partner and collaborator in SurveysOnLine, for reprogramming the online surveys and reports. In the CUPA-HR association office, our research department staff coordinated and reviewed all aspects of survey analysis and report production. To ensure the accuracy of data, the research staff worked closely with the many human resources and institutional research professionals responsible for completing the survey. The efforts of these individuals are greatly appreciated. Andy Brantley President and Chief Executive Officer CUPA-HR CUPA-HR RESEARCH STAFF Ray Chip Sizemore, Ph.D. Maria Rodriguez-Calcagno, Ph.D. Suzi Bowen, M.A. Director of Research Research Manager Research Coordinator FACULTY IN HIGHER EDUCATION SALARY SURVEY 2013 by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) All rights reserved. No information in this book may be reproduced in any form for any purpose without written consent of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. Inquiries may be directed to CUPA-HR Research. The CUPA-HR logo is a registered trademark of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. Centerpoint Commons, 1811 Commons Point Drive, Knoxville, TN Data Reflect Salaries as of November 1, 2012 ation Date: February CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

3 Contents Acknowledgments 2 List of Salary Tables 4 Introduction 5 Survey Content 5 Profile of Participating Institutions 7 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Salary Increases: Overall and by Affiliation Salary Increases by Carnegie Class Salary Increases by Rank 10 Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Average Salaries 11 Distribution of Full Professors 13 Highest and Lowest Salaries for New Assistant Professors 14 Distribution of New Assistant Professors 15 Non Tenure-Track Teaching Faculty 16 Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Average Salaries 16 Survey Methodology 18 Definitions 18 Data Specifications 19 Accessing Survey Results 21 Salary Tables Budget and Enrollment Quartiles 25 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Salaries by 2-Digit CIP Code Disciplines 26 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Salaries by 4-Digit CIP Code Disciplines 60 Non Tenure-Track Teaching Faculty Salaries by 2-Digit CIP Code Disciplines 198 Non Tenure-Track Research Faculty Salaries by 2-Digit CIP Code Disciplines 204 Appendices Appendix A: Responding Institutions A CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

4 List Of Salary Tables (Un-Weighted Data) Table # Title Page # Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Salaries by 2-Digit CIP Code Disciplines [01.] Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences 26 [03.] Natural Resources And Conservation 27 [04.] Architecture And Related Services 28 [05.] Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender and Group Studies 29 [09.] Communication, Journalism And Related Programs 30 [10.] Communications Technologies/Technicians And Support Services 31 [11.] Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services 32 [13.] Education 33 [14.] Engineering 34 [15.] Engineering Technologies and Engineering Related Fields 35 [16.] Foreign Languages, Literatures, And Linguistics 36 [19.] Family And Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences 37 [22.] Legal Professions And Studies 38 [23.] English Language And Literature/Letters 39 [24.] Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities 40 [25.] Library Science 41 [26.] Biological And Biomedical Sciences 42 [27.] Mathematics And Statistics 43 [30.] Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 44 [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure And Fitness Studies 45 [38.] Philosophy And Religious Studies 46 [39.] Theology And Religious Vocations 47 [40.] Physical Sciences 48 [41.] Science Technologies/Technicians (no salary data reported) 49 [42.] Psychology 50 [43.] Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services 51 [44.] Administration And Social Service Professions 52 [45.] Social Sciences 53 [50.] Visual And Performing Arts 54 [51.] Health Professions and Related Programs 55 [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services 56 [54.] History General 57 All Disciplines Combined (Excluding CIP 51.) 58 All Disciplines Combined (Including CIP 51.) 59 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Salaries by 4-Digit CIP Code Disciplines All Institutions Institutions 106 Institutions 152 Non Tenure-Track Faculty Salaries by 2-Digit CIP Code Disciplines Non Tenure-Track Teaching Faculty 198 Non Tenure-Track Research Faculty CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

5 Introduction CUPA-HR s Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey by Discipline, Rank and Tenure Status in Four-Year Colleges and Universities provides comprehensive and up-to-date salary data for full-time faculty. This survey has been conducted on an annual basis since 1982 and is designed to help administrators effectively manage their HR costs by providing a broad range of salary data with which to evaluate current faculty pay levels and plan compensation budgets. For the first time, salary data by discipline and rank are reported separately for full-time tenured/tenuretrack and non tenure-track faculty. This year s survey provides salaries for 184,924 tenured/tenure-track faculty, 40,961 non tenure-track teaching faculty and 3,575 non tenure-track research faculty at 794 institutions nationwide. Salary data for adjunct faculty are collected and reported in the Adjunct Faculty Salary Survey. Survey Content The Faculty survey collects both institution- and position-specific data. Institutional data are used primarily to create comparison groups for reports and DataOnDemand, our real-time data analysis tool. The following information is available for each institution. Pre-loaded Institution Name Institution Type single unit, campus within a system, system office Carnegie Classification 2010 Affiliation public, private, private religious, independent, for profit Level of Instruction undergraduate, graduate, both NCAA Division Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Reported by Participants Operating Budget for Student Enrollment Fall full-time, part-time, FTE Faculty Size Fall full-time, part-time, FTE Faculty Number by Tenure Status Staff Size Fall full-time, part-time, FTE Union Representation of Faculty or Staff Salary data for full-time tenured/tenure-track faculty are collected by discipline for the ranks of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, New Assistant Professor and Instructor. Data for Assistant Professors also include the salaries of New Assistant Professors. The same ranks are used for non tenure-track faculty, however data are not collected separately for New Assistant Professors and the Instructor category is expanded to include Lecturers. For each discipline/ rank, respondents are asked to provide the following information: Number of faculty Average 9/10-month salary Lowest 9/10-month salary Highest 9/10-month salary 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

6 Disciplines Covered Disciplines used in the survey are based on the Classification of Instructional Programs: 2010 Edition, published by the U.S. Department of Education s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). The CIP taxonomy is a hierarchy organized on three levels: 2-digit codes define the most general groupings of related programs (XX) 4-digit codes define intermediate groupings of programs that have comparable content and objectives (XX.XX) 6-digit codes define specific instructional programs (XX.XXXX) For example: 01. Agriculture, Agriculture Operations and Related Sciences. Instructional programs that focus on agriculture and related sciences and that prepare individuals to apply specific knowledge, methods, and techniques to the management and performance of agricultural operations Agricultural Business and Management. Instructional content for this group of programs is defined in codes Agribusiness/Agricultural Business Operations. A program that prepares individuals to manage agricultural businesses and agriculturally related operations within diversified corporations. Includes instruction in agriculture, agricultural specialization, business management, accounting, finance, marketing, planning, human resources management and other managerial responsibilities. Institutions can manually enter or upload their salary data in any of digit codes. Alternatively, they also have the option of uploading their data in any of 1,333 6-digit CIP codes. Data for non tenure-track faculty can be reported in any of 41 2-digit codes. However, CIPS [49.] and [51.] are hybrids. CIP [49] only collects data for [49.01] Air Transportation, and for CIP [51.] Health Professions and Clinical Sciences, data are collected in several aggregated 4-digit subgroups as differences in salary are likely to be substantial among the disciplines in this category. Go to to download the discipline descriptions document. For more information on CIP 2010, go to CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

7 Profile Of Participating Institutions This year s Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey for Four-Year Institutions (FHESS4) was completed by 794 higher education institutions. Appendix A lists survey participants in alphabetical order, along with each institution s Unit ID, 2010 Carnegie Classification, state and whether the institution s faculty is unionized. and private institutions are listed separately. The charts below describe this year s respondents. institutions comprise 40% (316) of the respondents and private institutions 60% (478). The responding private institutions include slightly more religiously affiliated (249) than private independent and for-profit (non-religious) institutions (229). In terms of classification, Master s colleges and universities are the largest group of participants at 46.0% (365) and includes more private than public institutions. Baccalaureate colleges comprise 26.6% (211) of respondents. Doctorate-Granting (Doctoral) institutions comprise 19.9% (158) of respondents, and twothirds are public. Special Focus institutions are the smallest segment of respondents at 7.6% (60), and almost all are private institutions. About 36% (113) of the responding public institutions report that their faculties are unionized. % Distribution of Survey Respondents by Affiliation CUPA-HR FHESS4 40% Religious 31% Non-Religious 29% Distribution of Survey Respondents by Affiliation CUPA-HR FHESS N= Doctoral Master s Baccalaureate Special Focus CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

8 Salary Increases for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Overall and By Affiliation This year s survey reflects salary data for 184,924 full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members at four-year colleges and universities nationwide. Of this number, 124,249 are at public institutions and 60,675 are at private institutions. Approximately 92% (728) of the institutions participating in the survey also completed the survey. A discipline-rank-by-discipline-rank analysis of salaries reported by these institutions in both years show that the median salary increases was 2.1% 1.While the median increase continues to be greater at private than at public institutions (2.4% vs. 1.9%), the gap is less than it has been in recent years. It is important to keep in mind the changes that were made this year in how salaries were reported. For the first time, salaries were reported separately for tenured/tenure-track faculty and non tenuretrack faculty; in past years this distinction was not made. As such, the composition of the data for these two years is not exactly the same. This difference may have some impact on the percentage increases, although it is not likely to be significant as non tenure-track faculty comprise less than 20% of the incumbents reported in the survey. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers [CPI-U] in 2012 was 2.1% higher than in As such, the median salary increase for faculty this year was the same as inflation for all institutions combined, slightly less than inflation for the public institutions, and better than inflation for the private institutions. 3.0 % Increase in Average Salary Overall and by Affiliation for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty CUPA-HR FHESS4* *Data prior to 2013 include full-time, non tenure-track faculty. 1 Method of Calculating Median Salary Increase: Percent change is determined for each pair of salaries reported by institutions for the current and prior year, and the median of the percent change is calculated CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

9 Salary Increases for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty by Carnegie Class In terms of Carnegie Classification, median increases in faculty salary continue to be greater at private than at public institutions across all categories, although the gaps have decreased this year. % Increase in Salary by Carnegie Classification for Tenured/Tenured-Track Faculty CUPA-HR FHESS4* Classification Doctorate-Granting All Master s All Baccalaureate All Special Focus All ** * data are based on the 2010 Carnegie Classifications; earlier years use Data for earlier years also include full-time, non tenure-track faculty. **N too small to use 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

10 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Salary Increases by Rank Median increases by rank were greater at private institutions than at public institutions across all ranks, except for Instructors. % Increase in Salary by Rank for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty CUPA-HR FHESS4* Rank Professor All Associate Professor All Assistant Professor All New Assistant Professor All Instructor All *Data prior to 2013 include full-time, non tenure-track faculty CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

11 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Average Salaries Highest Average Salaries The 2-digit disciplines with the highest average salaries are the same for private and public institutions for all ranks combined and for each rank, except for Instructor. For Instructors, Social Sciences [45.] is new this year for privates while Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services [11.] is new for publics. Engineering [14.] had the fourth highest average salary for Instructors in both groups. Legal Profession and Studies [22] was not among the top three this year for publics; most of their Instructors were non tenure-track. 2-Digit Disciplines With Highest Average Salaries for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Un-Weighted by Rank In Descending Order CUPA-HR FHESS4 $117,938 $99,137 $97,328 $144,529 $117,690 $116,023 $111,489 $95,976 $92,338 $94,024 $89,078 $80,922 $92,739 $64,519 $58,139 $108,853 $106,397 $97,474 $138,837 $120,847 $119,902 $103,054 $99,788 $91,456 $99,742 $88,993 $79,770 $64,583 $63,831 $59,254 All Ranks Combined [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [14.] Engineering Professor [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [14.] Engineering [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services Associate Professor [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [14.] Engineering Assistant Professor [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [14.] Engineering Instructor [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [11.] Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [51.] Health Professions and Related Programs [45.] Social Sciences 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

12 Lowest Average Salaries For all ranks combined, and at each rank, the disciplines with the lowest average salaries are mostly different for private and public institutions. This has always been the case. The disciplines with the lowest average salaries also tend to be similar from year to year. 2-Digit Disciplines With Lowest Average Salaries for Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Un-Weighted by Rank In Ascending Order CUPA-HR FHESS4 $63,062 $65,636 $68,856 $79,656 $73,942 $82,955 $60,753 $64,912 $65,687 $53,802 $54,524 $55,298 $44,942 $45,783 $45,816 $45,840 $65,122 $65,367 $67,846 $81,441 $82,191 $84,319 $63,023 $63,066 $63,960 $53,027 $53,635 $54,226 $42,792 $44,008 $44,610 All Ranks Combined [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [50.] Visual and Performing Arts [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies [54.] History [43.] Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services Professor [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [43.] Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services [50.] Visual and Performing Arts [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [10.] Communication Technologies/Technicians and Support Services Associate Professor [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [50.] Visual and Performing Arts [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [54.] History Assistant Professor [50.] Visual and Performing Arts [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [54.] History [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies Instructor [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [54.] History [27.] Mathematics and Statistics [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [40.] Physical Sciences [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

13 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Distribution of Full Professors There are significant differences among disciplines in the distribution of faculty by rank. The table below shows those with the highest and lowest percentage of full professors. The disciplines tend to be similar from year to year for both categories. As in salary, the legal profession continues to top the highest percentage list for both private and public institutions. 2-Digit Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Percentage of Full Professors CUPA-HR FHESS4 67.9% 42.6% 42.4% 13.5% 19.1% 21.4% 62.9% 48.3% 46.1% 18.6% 26.6% 26.9% Highest [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [01.] Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [14.] Engineering Lowest [25.] Library Science [51.] Health Professions and Related Programs [43.] Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services [44.] Administration and Social Service Profession 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

14 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Highest and Lowest Salaries For New Assistant Professors The new assistant professors with the highest average salaries are in the same disciplines that have the highest average salaries at the other ranks. In contrast, the lowest paid disciplines are mostly different for private and public institutions. The one exception continues to be English Language and Literature/ Letters. 2-Digit Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Average Salaries for Tenured/Tenure-Track New Assistant Professors Un-Weighted by Rank CUPA-HR FHESS4 Survey $100,436 $95,345 $79,643 $52,783 $53,536 $54,855 $54,885 $106,079 $100,363 $80,392 $80,287 $53,464 $54,349 $52,437 Highest Average Salary In Descending Order [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services [14.] Engineering [11.] Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services Lowest Average Salary In Ascending Order [10.] Communication Technologies/Technicians and Support Services [24.] Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies [54.] History [50.] Visual and Performing Arts 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

15 Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty: Distribution of New Assistant Professors The disciplines with the highest and lowest percentage of new assistant professors in this year s survey are shown below. The disciplines in both categories are mostly different for public and private institutions. 2-Digit Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Percentage of Tenured/Tenure-Track New Assistant Professors CUPA-HR FHESS4 10.5% 7.4% 5.9% 5.6% 1.3% 1.5% 1.8% 9.9% 9.3% 6.5% 6.4% 1.4% 2.7% 2.7% Highest (5% or more) [10.] Communication Technologies/Technicians and Support Services [40.] Physical Sciences [43.] Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services [05.] Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender and Group Studies [31.] Parks, Recreation, Leisure and Fitness Studies [43.] Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and Related Protective Services [15.] Engineering Technologies and Engineering Related Fields [44.] Administration and Social Service Professions Lowest (3% or less) [04.] Architecture and Related Services [10.] Communications Technologies/Technicians and Support Services [01.] Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [24.] Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

16 Non Tenure-Track Teaching Faculty Disciplines With Highest and Lowest Average Salaries Highest Average Salaries The disciplines with the highest average salaries for non tenure-track faculty are the health-related disciplines, along with legal, engineering and business. This is the case across all ranks. 2-Digit Disciplines With Highest Average Salaries for Non Tenure-Track Faculty Un-Weighted by Rank in Descending Order CUPA-HR FHESS4 $132,400 $114,581 $114,521 $110,642 $105,807 $102,195 $100,402 $99,781 $97,371 $95,627 $115,300 $103,279 $100,838 $86,401 $89,715 $83,428 $86,092 $81,400 $78,536 $76,946 $76,110 $70,938 Professor [51.B] Medicine, Medical Clinical Sciences, Graduate Medical Studies [51.A] Dentistry, Advanced/Graduate Dentistry, Oral Sciences [51.F] Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Biomedical and Clinical Sciences [51.C] Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [51.D] Health [51.E] Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions [14.] Engineering [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [51.H] All Other Health Professions and Related Programs Associate Professor [51.B] Medicine, Medical Clinical Sciences, Graduate Medical Studies [51.A] Dentistry, Advanced/Graduate Dentistry, Oral Sciences [51.F] Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Biomedical and Clinical Sciences [51.C] Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services Assistant Professor [51.B] Medicine, Medical Clinical Sciences, Graduate Medical Studies [51.A] Dentistry, Advanced/Graduate Dentistry, Oral Sciences [51.F] Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Biomedical and Clinical Sciences [51.C] Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services continued on page CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

17 continued from page 16 $67,612 $65,809 $65,544 $59,664 $58,688 $56,092 $55,077 Instructor/Lecturer [51.B] Medicine, Medical Clinical Sciences, Graduate Medical Studies [22.] Legal Professions and Studies [51.C] Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration [14.] Engineering [52.] Business, Management, Marketing, & Related Support Services [51.F] Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Biomedical and Clinical Sciences [55.G] Nursing Lowest Average Salaries The disciplines with the lowest average salaries for non tenure-track faculty are shown below. These also tend to be among the lower paid disciplines for tenured/tenure-track faculty. The notable exception is Professor of Architecture which is among the more highly paid disciplines for tenured/ tenure-track faculty. 2-Digit Disciplines With Lowest Average Salaries for Non Tenure-Track Faculty Un-Weighted by Rank in Descending Order CUPA-HR FHESS4 $58,874 $59,608 $63,993 $54,806 $56,956 $60,627 $61,471 $61,880 $50,206 $51,106 $51,355 $51,522 $51,535 $41,498 $42,105 $42,460 Professor [04.] Architecture and Related Services [25.] Library Science [16.] Foreign Languages, Linguistics Associate Professor [25.] Library Science [16.] Foreign Languages, Linguistics [38.] Philosophy and Religious Studies [54.] History [50.] Visual and Performing Arts Assistant Professor [16.] Foreign Languages, Linguistics [38.] Philosophy and Religious Studies [50.] Visual and Performing Arts [39.] Theology and Religious Vocations [54.] History Instructor [23.] English Language and Literature/Letters [54.] History [16.] Foreign Languages, Linguistics 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

18 Survey Methodology The Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey for Four-Year Institutions is conducted entirely on the web using SurveysOnLine (SOL), CUPA-HR s Web-based data collection and reporting system. This year s survey opened for data collection on October 2, 2012, and closed on January 25, An Upload Option was available that allowed respondents to upload a file of 2-, 4- or 6-digit salary data to SOL, saving the effort of manually keying each item. Thousands of real-time and server-side validation checks are built into the questionnaire. These checks flag data that are significantly different from data reported last year by an institution, or that are extremely low or high. A final validation check flags computational and other potential errors. In order to submit its survey, an institution has to correct all fatal errors and correct or annotate all serious errors. The validation checks streamline the data cleaning process and allow significantly faster turnaround time for results. All data submitted by institutions for the survey will be available online for the next five years. After that, the data will be archived, but still accessible upon request. Definitions Budget Quartiles: To compute the quartiles, the budgets reported by each institution were ranked from low to high. One-quarter of the institutions were then included in each quartile. The budget ranges for each quartile are listed in the column headings of applicable report tables. Enrollment Quartiles: To compute the quartiles, the enrollments reported by each institution were ranked from low to high. One-quarter of the institutions were then included in each quartile. The enrollment ranges for each quartile are listed in the column headings of applicable report tables. Percentile Ranks: To compute percentiles, each institution s average salary is counted once, ranked from low to high, and then split at the following points: 20th percentile: 20% of all reported salaries equal or fall below this value. 40th percentile: 40% of all reported salaries equal or fall below this value. 50th percentile (Median): 50% of all reported salaries equal or fall below this value. The median is considered a more reliable measure than the mean (arithmetic average) in distributions containing a few extremely high or low numbers. 60th percentile: 60% of all reported salaries equal or fall below this value. 80th percentile: 80% of all reported salaries equal or fall below this value CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

19 Data Specifications Respondents were asked to observe the following specifications in reporting their data: Salaries are those in effect as of November 1, Salary data are reported for full-time faculty only, defined as faculty that are.75 FTE or greater whose teaching/research (including clinical duties) is 50% or more of their duties. Salary data are reported separately for tenured/tenure-track faculty, non tenure-track teaching faculty and non tenure-track research faculty. Salaries are annualized 9-10 month salaries for a 1.0 FTE. Salaries are base only and do not include any non-salary compensation. Salaries for 1.0 FTE month faculty are converted to a full-time 9-10 month salary by multiplying the amount by 9/11 or.818. If less than 1.0 FTE, the multiplier has to be adjusted as appropriate. Faculty members are reported in one discipline only. Enrollment and budget figures are for the operating year Enrollment is as of the institution s official fall reporting date or October 15. Faculty and staff size are as of November 1, Enrollment is stated in terms of full-time equivalent students. For the few institutions that did not report this data, other sources were found for this data or last year s survey submission was used, if available. Budget figures represent total operating budget for the fiscal year for educational and general operations and auxiliary enterprises, including research funds and funded student aid. It does not include unfunded student aid (discounts) or capital funds. Prior to the survey, unfunded aid was included. Most institutions reported budget information. For those few that did not, other sources were found for this data or last year s survey submission was used, if available. The 2010 Carnegie Classification is used in this report to categorize institutions into five groups based on their degree-granting activities. The last group, Special Focus Institutions, is not broken out separately in the Carnegie-related tables, but is included in the final All Institutions column. In DataOnDemand, institutions (including Special Focus) are classified by both group and sub-group. - Doctorate-Granting Universities. Includes institutions that award at least 20 doctoral degrees per year (excluding doctoral-level degrees that qualify recipients for entry into professional practice, such as the JD, MD, PharmD, DPT, etc.). Excludes Special Focus Institutions and Tribal Colleges. > RU/VH: Research Universities (very high research activity) > RU/H: Research Universities (high research activity) > DRU: Doctoral/Research Universities 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

20 - Master s Colleges and Universities. Generally includes institutions that award at least 50 master s degrees and fewer than 20 doctoral degrees per year. (Some institutions above the master s degree threshold are included among Baccalaureate Colleges, and some below the threshold are included among Master s Colleges and Universities.) Excludes Special Focus Institutions and Tribal Colleges. > Master s/l: Master s Colleges and Universities (larger programs) > Master s/m: Master s Colleges and Universities (medium programs) > Master s/s: Master s Colleges and Universities (smaller programs) - Baccalaureate Colleges. Includes institutions where baccalaureate degrees represent at least 10 percent of all undergraduate degrees and that award fewer than 50 master s degrees or 20 doctoral degrees per year. (Some institutions above the Master s degree threshold are also included.) Excludes Special Focus Institutions and Tribal Colleges. > Bac/A&S: Baccalaureate Colleges Arts & Sciences > Bac/Diverse: Baccalaureate Colleges Diverse Fields > Bac/Assoc: Baccalaureate/Associate s Colleges - Associate s Colleges. Includes institutions where all degrees are at the associate s level, or where bachelor s degrees account for less than 10 percent of all undergraduate degrees. Excludes institutions eligible for classification as Tribal Colleges or Special Focus Institutions. > Assoc/Pub-R-S: Associate s Rural-serving Small > Assoc/Pub-R-M: Associate s Rural-serving Medium > Assoc/Pub-R-L: Associate s Rural-serving Large > Assoc/Pub-S-SC: Associate s Suburban-serving Single Campus > Assoc/Pub-S-MC: Associate s Suburban-serving Multicampus > Assoc/Pub-U-SC: Associate s Urban-serving Single Campus > Assoc/Pub-U-MC: Associate s Urban-serving Multicampus > Assoc/Pub-Spec: Associate s Special Use > Assoc/PrivNFP: Associate s Not-for-Profit > Assoc/PrivFP: Associate s For-Profit > Assoc/Pub2in4: Associate s 2-year Colleges Under Universities > Assoc/Pub4: Associate s 4-year, Primarily Associate s > Assoc/PrivNFP4: Associate s Not-for-Profit 4-year, Primarily Associate s > Assoc/PrivFP4: Associate s For-Profit 4-year, Primarily Associate s - Special Focus Institutions. Institutions awarding baccalaureate or higher-level degrees where a high concentration of degrees is in a single field or set of related fields. Excludes Tribal Colleges. > Spec/Faith: Theological seminaries, Bible colleges; other faith-related institutions > Spec/Medical: Medical schools and medical centers > Spec/Health: Other health profession schools > Spec/Eng: Schools of engineering > Spec/Tech: Other technology-related schools > Spec/Bus: Schools of business and management > Spec/Arts: Schools of art, music, and design > Spec/Law: Schools of law > Spec/Other: Other special-focus institutions 2013 CUPA-HR Faculty in Higher Education Salary Survey

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