32 · ARL Annual Salary Survey 2008–2009
Table 10: Median Professional Salaries
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ARL University Libraries
Rank Order Table, FY 2007–2008
Reprinted from ARL Annual Salary Survey 2007–2008. Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of medians. Excludes medical
and law libraries. See Tables 37 and 44 for statistics related to medical and law library salaries.
Canadian salaries are expressed in US dollars.
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Rutgers 84,829 58 Miami 60,000
2 Alberta 82,536 58 Virginia 60,000
3 California, Davis 79,968 60 Indiana 59,705
4 Manitoba 79,159 61 Virginia Tech 59,672
5 California, Berkeley 79,108 62 George Washington 59,401
6 Toronto 78,443 63 Auburn 58,540
7 York 76,495 64 Pennsylvania 58,526
8 New Mexico 74,768 65 Pittsburgh 58,451
9 Connecticut 74,661 66 Guelph 58,271
10 Saskatchewan 74,456 67 Syracuse 58,263
11 Queen`s 74,078 68 Illinois, Urbana 58,247
12 California, Los Angeles 73,382 69 Montreal 58,216
13 California, Irvine 73,356 70 Washington 58,020
13 California, San Diego 73,356 71 Kentucky 57,817
15 Yale 72,263 72 Purdue 57,815
16 Dartmouth 71,597 73 Texas 57,809
17 Waterloo 70,072 74 Wisconsin 57,766
18 Princeton 70,000 75 Iowa State 57,452
19 Massachusetts 69,746 76 Michigan State 57,000
20 McMaster 69,173 77 SUNY Albany 56,625
21 New York University 68,882 78 Temple 56,572
22 British Columbia 68,737 79 Iowa 55,700
23 Chicago 68,418 80 Tulane 55,664
24 California, Riverside 68,000 81 Duke 55,650
25 SUNY Stony Brook 67,828 82 Kansas 55,120
26 Harvard 67,486 83 Rice 54,900
27 California, Santa Barbara 66,756 84 Illinois, Chicago 54,885
28 Notre Dame 65,769 85 Texas A&M 54,857
29 MIT 65,650 86 Georgia Tech 54,631
30 Tennessee 65,394 87 Nebraska 54,624
31 Boston College 65,293 88 Utah 54,614
32 McGill 64,728 89 Washington State 54,475
33 Southern California 64,335 90 Case Western Reserve 54,335
34 Delaware 64,235 91 Western Ontario 54,246
35 Minnesota 63,532 92 Kent State 53,777
36 Michigan 63,413 93 Howard 53,359
37 North Carolina 62,825 94 Texas Tech 53,079
38 Pennsylvania State 62,730 95 Ohio State 52,941
39 Laval 62,715 96 Alabama 52,891
40 Cornell 62,490 97 Vanderbilt 52,479
41 Arizona State 62,333 98 Florida 52,327
42 Brown 61,998 99 Washington U.-St .Louis 51,727
43 Louisville 61,986 100 Boston University 51,450
44 Maryland 61,930 101 Rochester 51,282
45 North Carolina State 61,717 102 Oregon 51,176
46 Columbia 61,585 103 Oklahoma 50,823
47 Cincinnati 61,552 104 Missouri 50,442
48 Georgetown 61,508 105 Oklahoma State 49,824
49 Colorado 61,431 106 Georgia 49,634
50 Northwestern 61,203 107 Southern Illinois 49,375
51 Emory 61,000 108 Houston 49,037
52 SUNY Buffalo 60,852 109 South Carolina 47,983
53 Colorado State 60,650 110 Wayne State 47,315
54 Hawaii 60,354 111 Florida State 45,752
55 Brigham Young 60,200 112 Ohio University 45,010
56 Arizona 60,136 113 Louisiana State 44,879
57 Johns Hopkins 60,060
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