Research Results

Faculty in Higher Education

The Faculty in Higher Education Survey collects data from approximately 853 higher ed institutions on over  270,000 full-time faculty (tenure track and non-tenure track), as well as academic department heads and adjunct (pay-per-course) faculty. Data collected for full-time faculty include: salary, supplemental salary and course relief  (for department heads), discipline (by IPEDS CIP code), rank, highest degree attained, gender, race/ethnicity, age, and years in rank.

2020 Survey Participants

Survey Participation and Information Template
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Participating Institutions  |  Data Use Agreement  |  Data Anonymity Statement

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Annual Report

The Faculty in Higher Education Annual Report contains detailed aggregate salary information and in-depth analysis of key results. Read the overview.

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Research Briefs

The Aging of Tenure-Track Faculty in Higher Education: Implications for Succession and Diversity

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Focus on Psychology Faculty: Salaries, Pay Equity, Minority Representation, and the Growth of Non-Tenure-Track Faculty

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Impact of the Economic Recession on Student Enrollment and Faculty Composition in U.S. Higher Education: 2003-2018

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Adjuncts in Higher Ed

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