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Here’s a sampling of statistics researched by The Chronicle data team.
Even though nearly a third of full-time instructional-staff members at four-year public and private nonprofit institutions had no tenure status in the fall of 2017, at many colleges, students had a high chance of being taught at some point by tenured or tenure-track professors.
More than 60 percent of all non-tenure-track faculty members worked part time in the fall of 2018.
More than 40 percent of faculty members at all institutions worked part time in the fall of 2018. Among sectors, four-year public institutions had the highest share of faculty members who were either tenured or on the tenure track.
More faculty data
- Graduate Assistant to Full-Time Instructional Staff Ratio, Fall 2018
- Percentages of Full-Time Faculty Members Who Were Non-Tenure-Track, by Institutional Classification, 2018-19
- Annual Salary Change for Continuing Full-Time Faculty Members, 2018-19 to 2019-20
- Average Pay per Standard Course Section, 2018-19