2014 Faculty Demographics

N=2,124 Full-Time Faculty
Below is the racial/ethnic/visa status distribution of faculty at NC State. View results of the GLBT Climate Survey, the Faculty Exit Survey, a study of usage of tenure clock extensions and parental leave, and the Faculty Salary Equity Study using the links below the graph.

  • International (44) 2%
  • Unknown (111) 5%
  • Hispanic of any Race (58) 3%
  • American Indian (3) 0%
  • Asian American (177) 8%
  • Black (75) 4%
  • Pacific Islander (2) 0%
  • White (1,632) 77%
  • Two or More Races (22) 1%

Diversity Fact Books and Status Reports, 2008-2011

The 2009-10 and 2010-11 Diversity Fact Books compile information about student demographics, admissions, graduation rates, retention and survey results and about faculty and staff demographics, hiring, retention and survey results. The Status Reports provide information specifically about African American, Native American, and Hispanic/Latino students and faculty.

Time to Promotion from Tenured/Tenure Track Associate Professor to Professor

 Presentation on time to promotion from associate professor to full professor made to the Associate Professors’ Community on March 30, 2015. The results are shown separately for each academic college. Results are also broken out by gender and race/ethnicity. Time to Promotion from Associate to Full Professor 

Usage of Parental Leave and Tenure Clock Extension for a New Child in the Family

2012-13 GLBT Climate Survey Report

 College campuses strive to provide optimal learning for students and professional development for faculty, staff, and administrators. However, for individuals who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender (GLBT), college campuses can sometimes be a frightening, threatening, and unsafe place.

The purpose of the climate survey was to find the perceptions, either positive or negative, which GLBT individuals have regarding their experiences at NC State. This survey was a needs assessment to understand the current campus and incorporated both quantitative and qualitative methods in order to achieve this goal.

Climate Survey Full Report Fall 2013

Faculty Salary Equity Studies

The intent of NCSU’s salary equity studies is to determine whether disparities in faculty salaries due to race or gender exist at NC State. The aim is to uncover any systemic disparities affecting groups of faculty, and to address these.  NCSU has an impressive history of doing salary equity studies annually. They were done annually from sometime in the early 1980’s to 2000. Starting with data for Fall 2000, equity studies have been done on a three-year cycle; studies were completed in 2000, 2003, 2006, and one is currently underway for 2012. The salary equity study of 2009 was not completed due to freezes on faculty salaries at that time.

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