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  • Benefit Cuts

    Rider Faculty Compensation

    Administrations proposed benefit cuts reduce Rider to the lowest level of benefits relative to our peer institutions.

  • All Faculty All Faculty All Faculty $ %

    N=75 N=72 above mean Professor 140,483 136,916 97 153,200 16,284 112% 11.89% Associate 106,478 110,197 98 139,000 28,803 126% 26.14% Assistant 86,923 90,219 51 106,300 16,081 118% 17.82% Instructor 74,523 68,169 Lecturer 81,598 77,463 No Rank 82,331 73,376

    WTD AVG 106,193 107,278 246 137,600 30,322 128%

    Notes:

    Source: The AAUP's The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, 2014-15 (Survey Table 7)

    1 Mid-Atlantic= New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania

    Rider Faculty Compensation Based on analysis with FY 2015 data, we are above the mean relative to a pool of ‘peer institutions’ in the mid-atlantic region. Our faculty size (headcount) is reduced since 2015 as a result of retirements and the departure of a number of assistant professor’s after administration’s layoff attempt in October 2015.

  • Rider Faculty Compensation

  • Percentage at Rank

    Rider Faculty Compensation

    Rider clearly has more professors at a higher rank than many of our peer institutions. Many of these full professors are nearing retirement age. Accelerated retirements through an incentivized retirement program will alter this distribution to a distribution which produces a lower cost of instruction for the institution.

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