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List of Tables and Figures

A list of tables and figures accompanying the Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, 2011-12. Tables and figures are in .pdf format. 

Tables and Figures

Table A Percentage Change in Average Nominal and Real Salaries for Institutions Reporting Comparable Data for Adjacent One-Year Periods, and Percentage Change in the Consumer Price Index, 1971−72 to 2011–12
Table B Change in Inflation-Adjusted Published Tuition and Fee Prices and Full-Time Faculty Salaries, by Type of Institution, 1981−82 to 2011–12
Figure 1 State and Local Appropriations per FTE Student, Public Colleges and Universities, 1999–2009
Figure 2 Net Tuition Revenues per FTE Student, Public Colleges and Universities, 1999–2009
Figure 3 Trends in Instructional Staff Employment Status, 1975–2009
Figure 4 Change in Inflation-Adjusted Median Salary from Prior Year, 2007−08 to 2010−11
Table C Average Salary for Full-Time Faculty Members, by Unionization Status and Type of Institution, 2010−11

Table D

Projected Household Income Distribution, 2011

Survey Report Tables

Table 1 Percentage Change in Average Salary and Percentage Change in Salary for Continuing Faculty, by Category, Affiliation, and Academic Rank, 2010−11 to 2011–12
Table 2 Percent of Institutions and Percent of Faculty by Change in Average Salary, by Affiliation and Category, 2010−11 to 2011–12
Table 3 Percent of Institutions and Percent of Faculty by Average Change in Salary for Continuing Faculty, by Affiliation and Category, 2010−11 to 2011–12
Table 4 Average Salary and Average Compensation, by Category, Affiliation, and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 5 Average Salary for Men and Women Faculty, by Category, Affiliation, and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 6 Average Salary, by Region, Category, and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 7 Average Compensation, by Region, Category, and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 8 Distribution of Individual Faculty Members, by Salary Interval and Institutional Category, for Upper Three Academic Ranks, 2011–12
Table 9A Percentile Distribution of Institutions, by Average Salary and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 9B Percentile Distribution of Institutions, by Average Compensation and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 10A Average Institutional Cost of Benefits per Faculty Member and Average Cost for Faculty Members Receiving Specific Benefits, in Dollars and as a Percent of Average Salary, by Institutional Affiliation and Itemized Benefits, 2011–12
Table 10B Average Institutional Cost of Benefits per Faculty Member and Average Cost for Faculty Members Receiving Specific Benefits, in Dollars and as a Percent of Average Salary, by Institutional Category and Itemized Benefits, 2011–12
Table 11 Percent of Faculty in Tenure-Track Appointments and Percent of Faculty with Tenure, by Affiliation, Academic Rank, and Gender, 2011–12
Table 12 Distribution of Faculty, by Rank, Gender, Category, and Affiliation, 2011–12
Table 13 Number and Percent of Faculty, Average Salary, Average Compensation, Average Benefits, and Percent of Faculty Tenured, by Category and Academic Rank, 2011–12
Table 14A Number of Campuses Surveyed and Number of Campuses Included in Tabulations, by Category and Affiliation, 2011–12
Table 14B Number of Institutions Surveyed and Number of Institutions Included in Tabulations, by Category and Affiliation, 2011–12
Table 15 Comparison of Average Salaries of Presidents and Faculty, by Category and Affiliation, 2011–12