Oklahoma State University Faculty Salary
2004 - 2005
In 1974, Oklahoma State University designed the Oklahoma State
Faculty Salary Survey by Discipline in order to satisfy the growing need for
current salary information within the community of higher education.
Participation in the survey is limited to institutions that belong to the
National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges and award
doctoral degrees in at least five discipline areas. Each institution that
participates is asked to provide low, high, and average salaries for all faculty
ranks and academic disciplines as identified by the Classification of
Instruction Programs (CIP) codes represented on their campuses.
The information collected in this summary has been taken
primarily from the main report and compares Clemson's salary information with
five university groupings: Peer 10, Peer 12, U.S. News , Research I,
and National. In 2004 - 2005 Clemson University faculty salaries were compared to
public institutions that participate in the Southern Regional Education Board
State Data Exchange (SREB) and were ranked in the Top 35 of US News
2004 rankings. A list of institutions in each comparison group are provided
below under "Participants in the survey".
These groupings have been broken into faculty rank categories,
and, for each category, information is reported under four headings: Institution
Group, Number of Participating Institutions, Number of Faculty Members, Mean
Salary, and Clemson Percentage. The heading Institution Group indicates the
comparison group. The heading Clemson Percentage compares the mean of that
particular discipline and rank at Clemson University to the mean of that rank
and discipline to the mean of the other institution groups.
Data by Budget Center:
For questions, please contact the OIR office
Clemson, SC 29634-5406
Phone: (864) 656-0161
Last Revised: February 5, 2008
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