2018 Almanac - Page 9



TEXAS
PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION
ALMANAC
2017
INTRODUC TION
NATIONAL CONTEXT
Data for All States
Average faculty
salary, all ranks
$55,775
494
508
482
20.8
$63,198
$79,711
$27,333,334
$27,552
$55,653
466
478
449
20.6
$56,722
$79,175
$1,362,502
Alabama
49.3%
21.6%
8.1%
15.4%
8.8%
$5,774
$4,120
$8,871
$14,759
$44,765
557
551
543
19.1
$53,485
$75,867
$342,606
Alaska
32.9%
27.5%
8.1%
18.7%
11.0%
$14,112
$3,340
$6,356
$19,136
$73,355
485
479
460
20.0
$63,167
$77,241
$66,026
Arizona
52.4%
25.5%
8.4%
17.4%
10.3%
$5,350
$2,025
$9,775
$12,201
$51,492
528
532
505
20.1
$70,427
$84,601
$338,536
Composite
$26,740
$7,870
Writing
$8,543
$1,948
Math
$2,955
$7,748
Reading
$6,966
9.7%
Median
household
income*
11.6%
18.7%
Private,
four-year
19.0%
6.9%
Public,
four-year
8.2%
21.8%
Public,
two-year
20.7%
53.3%
Bachelor’s
degree
60.0%
Associate
degree
National**
Texas
44.4%
22.7%
6.8%
14.0%
7.8%
$7,626
$2,973
$7,261
$19,974
$41,995
570
569
553
20.2
$44,534
$63,998
$55,414
65.3%
21.5%
7.6%
20.3%
12.0%
$8,522
$1,244
$9,008
$27,388
$64,500
491
500
485
22.6
$81,984
$95,543
$3,908,676
Colorado
54.3%
22.0%
8.2%
24.8%
14.5%
$3,529
$3,347
$8,722
$21,603
$63,909
587
589
571
20.6
$49,460
$78,927
$546,749
Connecticut
66.5%
16.9%
7.6%
21.7%
16.7%
$8,090
$3,869
$10,535
$36,304
$71,346
500
500
497
24.5
$71,797
$95,260
$504,357
Delaware
67.0%
20.1%
8.1%
18.0%
12.9%
$4,804
$3,530
$11,492
$13,720
$61,255
458
453
440
23.6
$67,071
$101,103
$91,524
Florida
60.1%
20.4%
9.6%
18.2%
10.2%
$6,271
$2,383
$4,456
$21,578
$49,426
481
475
462
19.9
$51,845
$73,105
$625,298
Georgia
50.5%
20.7%
7.4%
18.6%
11.3%
$7,490
$3,177
$6,753
$24,493
$51,244
493
490
476
21.1
$45,774
$70,315
$753,518
Hawaii
49.0%
21.6%
10.7%
20.8%
10.6%
$8,405
$2,800
$8,831
$15,233
$73,486
491
511
476
18.7
$67,597
$87,697
$160,303
Idaho
44.9%
27.0%
9.6%
17.8%
8.2%
$7,379
$3,023
$6,834
$6,456
$48,275
465
453
446
22.7
$49,944
$63,358
$34,037
$1,069,226
62.2%
20.8%
8.1%
20.3%
12.7%
$11,518
$3,499
$13,084
$28,481
$59,588
605
622
592
20.8
$71,408
$80,547
59.6%
20.6%
8.3%
16.0%
9.0%
$5,142
$4,055
$8,633
$29,050
$50,532
496
499
477
22.3
$44,771
$79,608
$413,505
Iowa
66.2%
21.4%
11.4%
18.2%
8.7%
$5,515
$4,355
$7,858
$24,076
$54,736
602
611
572
22.1
$55,595
$86,432
$259,396
Kansas
52.3%
23.6%
8.4%
20.4%
11.4%
$5,837
$3,015
$7,726
$16,635
$53,906
594
604
571
21.9
$51,277
$73,773
$148,989
Kentucky
49.9%
20.4%
7.9%
13.6%
9.7%
$6,898
$3,650
$9,189
$23,039
$45,215
604
599
586
20.0
$50,638
$70,668
$187,487
$151,155
Louisiana
48.7%
21.1%
6.1%
15.2%
8.0%
$5,564
$3,502
$7,296
$31,175
$45,727
584
577
571
19.5
$43,171
$65,632
Maine
58.8%
19.2%
9.7%
19.5%
10.6%
$6,546
$3,663
$9,166
$33,205
$51,494
486
485
472
23.6
$54,175
$72,598
$28,407
Maryland
65.7%
19.2%
6.5%
21.1%
17.7%
$8,024
$3,668
$8,482
$36,402
$75,847
490
490
476
23.0
$67,659
$78,952
$1,819,864
70.9%
15.9%
7.7%
23.1%
18.4%
$6,728
$4,333
$10,900
$39,298
$70,628
517
530
506
24.8
$62,587
$90,012
$1,566,038
Michigan
60.0%
23.7%
9.2%
17.0%
10.8%
$5,097
$3,062
$11,507
$20,718
$51,084
594
608
581
20.3
$77,156
$88,240
$1,126,469
Minnesota
63.5%
21.5%
11.2%
22.9%
11.8%
$5,695
$5,327
$10,400
$28,123
$63,488
607
620
588
21.1
$62,292
$80,996
$384,110
Mississippi
51.6%
22.4%
9.2%
13.0%
7.9%
$6,896
$2,518
$6,880
$15,643
$40,593
595
584
585
18.4
$50,716
$64,236
$101,662
$521,066
Missouri
57.0%
22.4%
7.7%
17.3%
10.6%
$6,102
$2,890
$8,065
$21,465
$50,238
605
608
589
20.2
$53,223
$70,124
Montana
47.7%
22.8%
8.6%
20.4%
10.2%
$5,248
$3,215
$6,378
$21,630
$49,509
565
557
539
20.3
$47,137
$73,540
$69,579
Nebraska
59.0%
23.8%
10.1%
19.8%
10.4%
$8,202
$2,743
$7,223
$20,501
$54,996
590
595
573
21.4
$54,285
$79,367
$124,431
Nevada
42.1%
26.0%
8.1%
15.5%
8.1%
$6,682
$2,700
$5,016
$17,325
$52,431
511
509
488
17.7
$63,526
$80,302
$61,143
New Hampshire
66.9%
19.2%
9.7%
21.9%
13.7%
$2,591
$6,979
$14,538
$31,868
$70,303
527
531
510
24.5
$60,256
$90,191
$152,033
$423,341
65.5%
16.6%
6.4%
23.3%
14.3%
$5,766
$3,982
$12,541
$32,986
$72,222
495
514
492
23.1
$72,488
$104,976
40.3%
23.6%
7.7%
14.4%
12.1%
$8,799
$1,475
$6,003
$18,779
$45,382
553
545
525
19.9
$47,613
$70,792
$188,561
New York
65.1%
16.0%
8.5%
20.0%
15.0%
$8,830
$4,711
$7,272
$35,095
$60,850
489
501
477
23.9
$70,245
$80,861
$2,222,083
$1,171,335
North Carolina
61.4%
21.5%
9.2%
18.9%
10.6%
$8,894
$2,355
$6,658
$28,177
$47,830
502
508
475
19.1
$48,668
$77,902
North Dakota
52.4%
22.7%
13.1%
21.5%
7.7%
$7,766
$4,283
$7,050
$13,255
$60,557
585
594
560
20.3
$53,401
$68,787
$55,057
Ohio
58.2%
20.6%
8.6%
16.8%
10.0%
$5,078
$3,610
$9,631
$27,761
$51,075
556
563
534
22.0
$60,622
$78,742
$685,043
Oklahoma
47.6%
23.7%
7.4%
16.5%
8.1%
$7,521
$3,244
$6,345
$22,309
$48,568
582
573
553
20.4
$49,418
$68,585
$114,549
Oregon
60.5%
25.8%
8.8%
20.2%
12.0%
$4,788
$4,023
$8,891
$33,108
$54,148
525
520
500
21.7
$66,793
$73,660
$373,971
67.4%
16.0%
8.3%
18.1%
11.6%
$3,758
$4,589
$13,171
$35,622
$55,702
500
506
481
23.1
$63,764
$84,946
$1,740,941
67.9%
18.5%
8.5%
19.3%
13.4%
$4,785
$3,950
$10,868
$36,205
$58,073
490
491
480
23.3
$60,853
$76,642
$132,568
South Carolina
57.8%
20.7%
9.4%
17.3%
9.5%
$5,077
$4,061
$11,448
$22,241
$47,238
494
493
471
18.5
$47,828
$75,472
$196,140
South Dakota
52.6%
21.3%
11.1%
19.6%
7.9%
$5,062
$5,014
$7,744
$21,018
$53,017
586
581
558
21.9
$47,557
$64,768
$38,114
Tennessee
52.4%
20.5%
6.7%
16.1%
9.6%
$7,051
$3,820
$8,495
$23,893
$47,275
586
582
571
19.9
$49,373
$72,217
$469,466
$50,470
$71,728
$294,821
Utah
54.7%
26.3%
9.2%
21.1%
10.7%
$6,062
$3,469
$5,942
$7,747
$62,912
579
579
558
20.2
Vermont
66.6%
17.1%
8.6%
22.3%
14.6%
$2,818
$5,886
$14,495
$37,391
$56,990
520
520
501
23.4
Virginia
65.8%
19.8%
7.5%
21.3%
15.7%
$4,911
$4,318
$11,057
$22,835
$66,262
520
517
498
23.3
$60,252
***
$76,792
$77,023
$83,246
$467,180
$740,867
Washington
69.7%
24.0%
9.6%
21.7%
12.5%
$5,764
$3,992
$8,299
$32,964
$64,129
501
506
481
23.1
$56,579
$76,536
West Virginia
46.6%
18.8%
6.9%
11.7%
7.9%
$5,542
$3,628
$6,420
$11,055
$42,019
525
511
502
20.7
$47,114
$66,891
$43,526
Wisconsin
61.0%
21.3%
10.5%
18.9%
9.4%
$5,991
$4,323
$8,441
$28,094
$55,638
605
618
588
20.5
$74,607
$72,945
$533,143
Wyoming
54.0%
26.3%
10.9%
17.3%
9.0%
$17,300
$2,694
$3,968
$16,968
$60,214
603
600
587
20.0
$58,862
$80,027
$27,786
*
Educational appropriations: SHEEO FY 2015; educational attainment and median
household income: U.S. Census Bureau, 2015 ACS 1-Year Estimates; federal R&D
obligations: National Science Foundation (NSF) WebCASPAR data, FY 2014.
** Some national data include Washington,
DC, and territories.
APPENDIX
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
PROFILES: 2-YEAR
New Jersey
New Mexico
PROFILES: 4-YEAR
Massachusetts
COMPARISONS
Illinois
Indiana
STATEWIDE
Arkansas
California
60X30TX
Four-year
institutions
Federal R&D
obligations*
(in thousands)
ACT
scores
SAT scores
Two-year
institutions
Educational
appropriations
per FTSE*
Average tuition & fees
Graduate or
professional
degree
Some college,
no degree
Six-year graduation
rate at four-year
institutions
Educational attainment*
NATIONAL
NATIONAL
CONTEXT
Below is a summary of national data on higher education in each state. The data include graduation rates at four-year
institutions, degrees earned, average tuition, and test scores. (Sources: National Center for Education Statistics [NCES],
Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System [IPEDS], unless otherwise noted.) IPEDS graduation rates do not include
students who transfer and graduate from another institution. See p. 90 for more comprehensive data source references.
*** Faculty salaries at two-year institutions
were not reported for Vermont.
2017 TEXAS PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION ALMANAC
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