The following data include full-time teaching faculty, research faculty, general administrators, academic administrators, public service faculty, librarians, and counselors who hold Board-approved academic rank; are tenured, on tenure track, or in positions that are not tenure track; and are employed on at least an academic year contract. Instructional faculty are a subset of the Corps of Instruction. Part-time faculty are not included.
Corps of Instruction
Instructional Faculty by Rank
This report categorizes those teaching courses in USG institutions in Fall 2014 into five groups: 1) full-time faculty instructional faculty; 2) temporary instructors, 3) graduate teaching assistants; 4) part-time faculty; and 5) other instructional personnel (Other), full-time employees who are not instructional faculty, but who taught in Fall 2014.
Full-Time Employees by Race and Gender
Fall 2016 by Race
Fall 2016 by Gender
Fall 2015 by Race
Fall 2015 by Gender
Fall 2014 by Race
Fall 2014 by Gender
Employee Category Definitions
- Faculty – persons whose primary assignments are instruction, research, or public service, who hold academic rank and are tenured, on tenure track, or in positions that are not tenure track; includes department chairpersons if their principal activity is instructional; includes faculty on nine-month and twelve month contracts.
- Other – persons whose primary assignments are instruction, research, or public service; who do not hold instructional rank, or who are not on at least an academic contract, or who hold a non-tenure type position.
Executive/Administrative/Managerial – persons whose assignments require primary responsibility in management of the institution; includes department chairpersons if their principal activity is administrative.
Professional Non-Faculty – persons with specialized professional training who cannot be classified in any of the other classifications (e.g., librarians, lawyers, physicians).
Secretarial/Clerical – persons such as secretaries, bookkeepers, sales clerks, and data entry clerks.
Technical/Paraprofessional – persons with technical skills (e.g., computer programmers).
Skilled Crafts – persons with special manual skills (e.g., mechanics, electricians, machinists, carpenters).
Service/Maintenance – persons with service or maintenance skills (e.g., food service and cleaning workers, drivers, laborers, and groundskeepers).