OUS Fact Book 2000
Faculty Salaries Among EOU, SOU, WOU Peers

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1999-00 Average Faculty Salaries Among Peer Universities
on List Shared by EOU, SOU, and WOU;
Weighted Distribution of Faculty by Rank:
 Ranked by All Ranks Average Salary1
(Dollars in thousands)

Rank Institution State Prof Assoc Asst Instr All Ranks

1 California State - Stanislaus CA 71.9 53.3 46.8 38.0 57.1
2 University of Michigan-Flint MI 64.9 54.4 42.9 - 54.6
3 Mary Washington College VA 66.7 52.2 41.5 - 54.2
4 University of Wisconsin-Parkside WI 63.2 52.3 42.6 - 53.3
5 Plymouth State College NH 61.3 47.9 39.9 - 50.3
6 Southeast Missouri State University MO 61.1 50.1 40.6 32.5 50.2
7 SUNY College at Fredonia NY 62.1 48.7 39.0 30.8 49.6
8 Eastern Washington University WA 56.6 47.5 41.7 30.9 48.1
9 Fort Hays State University KS 53.4 46.5 39.1 33.8 46.1
10 Southern Utah University UT 55.4 44.3 36.7 30.8 45.2
11 Southern Oregon University OR 52.0 43.4 36.9 31.8 43.9
12 Western Oregon University OR 52.9 42.8 34.5 27.5 43.1
13 Eastern Oregon University OR 52.1 40.5 36.2 28.9 42.7
Weighted Average (without OUS universities) 61.2 49.5 41.1 32.8 50.2
Eastern Oregon University % of average 85.1% 81.9% 88.0% 88.2% 85.0%
Southern Oregon University % of average 84.9% 87.7% 89.7% 97.1% 87.3%
  Western Oregon University % of average   86.4% 86.5% 83.9% 84.0% 85.7%

1 Faculty distribution for each university is standardized to 35% professors, 30% associate professors, 30% assistant professors, and 5% instructors.
Source:  American Association of University Professors, ACADEME: The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, 1999-00.  March/April 2000.

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Revised: March 2001
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