Median Salaries of Senior College Administrators, 2014-15

For the second consecutive year, the rate of salary growth for senior administrators at public colleges outpaced that of their peers at private institutions, according to a survey released on Monday by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. At public institutions, the median base salary of senior administrators in 2014-15 rose by 2.5 percent, compared with an increase of 2.3 percent for officials at private colleges. Over all, pay for senior college administrators rose by 2.4 percent.

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The figures below are based on reports from 1,227 private and public colleges and universities. A dash indicates insufficient data. Use the search box to find individual positions; clear the search box to restore complete list. <Read more.>

Source: © 2015 College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, Administrators in Higher Education Salary Survey. Contact CUPA-HR for permission to reprint the data.