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PayScale.com has just released its annual salary report for college graduates. Samford University and Auburn University are leaders among schools in the deep south.

 

After 15 years of working, Auburn grads, on average, earn $84,900 a year. The mid- career salary ranks 11th  in the Central South region. The average mid-career salary for a Samford graduate is $82,800 a year-- 16th in the region.

 

Here is how Colleges and Universities in the Central South ranked :

 

Rank                                                                                                          Starting     Mid-Career 

 

 
                                                                                          
1
Vanderbilt University                                                                         
$48,300 $104,000
2
$53,200
$98,900
3 Texas A&M University $50,200
$92,700
4 University of Texas (UT) - Austin
$48,800
$90,800
5 University of Tulsa
$49,100
$90,100
6 Baylor University $43,100
$87,500
7 Texas Tech University $47,000 $86,700
8 Trinity University $40,500
$86,100
9 St. Mary's University, Texas $42,500
$85,300
10 Millsaps College $41,400
$85,000
11 Auburn University $42,000 $84,900
12 Hendrix College $38,100 $84,800
13 Lamar University $45,500 $84,200
14 Southern Methodist University (SMU) $47,300 $84,000
15 Louisiana State University (LSU) $44,100 $83,500
16 Samford University $37,100 $82,800
17 University of Oklahoma $44,800 $82,200
18 Tulane University $43,800 $81,800
19 University of Arkansas $41,600 $81,700
20 University of Houston (UH) $45,400 $80,600
21 University of Tennessee $39,900 $80,200
22 - tie Louisiana Tech University $45,900 $79,800
22 - tie Rhodes College $39,700 $79,800
24 Texas Christian University (TCU) $45,400 $79,200
25 Christian Brothers University $41,900 $78,700
26 University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH) $47,800 $78,500
27 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center $50,200 $78,300
28 University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) $46,400 $77,900
29 Oklahoma State University (OSU) $42,200 $76,700
30 - tie Prairie View A & M University $49,300 $76,600
30 - tie Tuskegee University $44,700 $76,600
32 - tie University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa $40,800 $75,700
32 - tie Xavier University of Louisiana $42,300 $75,700
34 - tie Tennessee Technological University (TTU) $41,900 $75,300
34 - tie LeTourneau University $50,200 $75,300
36 University of Texas at Dallas $47,100 $75,000
37 University of Kentucky (UK) $41,700 $74,600
38 Austin College $41,300 $73,300
39 Texas Lutheran University $37,100 $73,000
40 Mississippi State University (MSU) $41,200 $72,700
41 - tie Sam Houston State University $40,300 $71,900
41 - tie Thomas More College $45,600 $71,900
41 - tie Lipscomb University $40,500 $71,900
44 Bellarmine University $42,900 $71,500
45 Birmingham Southern College $41,300 $71,400
46 Southwestern University $45,400 $71,100
47 Transylvania University $41,800 $71,000
48 University of Louisville $40,400 $70,900
49 University of South Alabama $41,500 $70,800
50 - tie Abilene Christian University $39,400 $70,600
50 - tie Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi $40,900 $70,600
52 University of New Orleans (UNO) $41,600 $70,500
53 University of Memphis (U of M) $40,600 $70,300
54 University of Mississippi $39,000 $70,100
55 - tie Sewanee: The University of the South $37,300 $70,000
55 - tie University of Louisiana (UL) at Lafayette $38,200 $70,000
57 Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) $40,100 $69,600
58 Southern University and A&M College $41,400 $69,100
59 University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) $42,000 $68,900
60 - tie Texas A&M University - Kingsville $48,400 $68,800
60 - tie Texas Woman's University $39,000 $68,800
62 University of North Texas (UNT) $39,400 $68,600
63 - tie Eastern Kentucky University $36,200 $68,300
63 - tie Harding University $39,300 $68,300
63 - tie Southwestern Oklahoma State University $35,900 $68,300
66 Oral Roberts University (ORU) $37,700 $67,700
67 Texas State University - San Marcos $40,100 $67,600
68 - tie Midwestern State University (MSU) $41,500 $67,100
68 - tie McNeese State University $41,600 $67,100
70 Oklahoma City University $39,000 $66,600
71 Northern Kentucky University (NKU) $39,500 $66,500
72 West Texas A & M University $39,400 $66,100
73 Belmont University $37,300 $65,900
74 Troy University $36,800 $65,700
75 Columbia Southern University $41,900 $65,500
76 Angelo State University $37,900 $65,300
77 University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) $39,700 $65,000
78 Hardin-Simmons University (HSU) $43,600 $64,900
79 Western Kentucky University $37,200 $64,700
80 Dallas Baptist University $37,200 $64,500
81 Houston Baptist University $39,500 $64,100
82 Wayland Baptist University $41,200 $63,900
83 - tie University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) $40,400 $63,800
83 - tie Loyola University - New Orleans $39,100 $63,800
85 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) $39,500 $63,600
86 University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) $41,100 $63,300
87 Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) $37,500 $62,900
88 John Brown University $34,100 $62,800
89 Athens State University $39,000 $62,600
90 University of Southern Mississippi (USM) $35,800 $62,500
91 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (UMHB) $42,100 $62,200
92 - tie University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) $37,400 $62,000
92 - tie Texas A&M University - Commerce $41,000 $62,000
94 University Of Central Arkansas $34,500 $61,900
95 University of Houston Downtown (UHD) $42,900 $61,400
96 Northwestern State University $39,700 $61,000
97 Concordia University Texas $35,000 $60,900
98 - tie Arkansas State University (ASU) $37,700 $60,700
98 - tie King College $38,800 $60,700
98 - tie Cameron University $36,100 $60,700
101 Trevecca Nazarene University $37,800 $60,400
102 Delta State University $37,700 $60,100
103 Texas Southern University $36,400 $60,000
104 - tie Miles College, Alabama $38,400 $59,800
104 - tie Nicholls State University $35,200 $59,800
106 Jacksonville State University (JSU) $34,800 $59,700
107 - tie Southeastern Louisiana University $40,200 $59,200
107 - tie University of North Alabama (UNA) $36,300 $59,200
109 Huntingdon College $33,600 $59,000
110 Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) $42,300 $58,900
111 - tie East Tennessee State University (ETSU) $35,600 $58,700
111 - tie Austin Peay State University $36,100 $58,700
113 University of Texas at Tyler $41,500 $58,600
114 - tie Lee University (Cleveland, TN) $31,600 $58,500
114 - tie Texas Wesleyan University $42,000 $58,500
116 - tie Langston University $41,500 $58,400
116 - tie Tennessee State University $42,900 $58,400
116 - tie Tarleton State University (TSU) $41,000 $58,400
119 Henderson State University $33,700 $58,200
120 Murray State University $33,700 $57,800
121 William Carey University $33,200 $57,500
122 Carson Newman College $33,800 $57,300
123 - tie Mississippi College $39,000 $57,000
123 - tie Morehead State University (Kentucky) $33,200 $57,000
125 - tie Alabama A&M University (AAMU) $39,100 $56,900
125 - tie Grambling State University $37,000 $56,900
127 Howard Payne University $29,700 $56,600
128 Spalding University $41,700 $56,300
129 University of Arkansas - Little Rock (UALR) $38,000 $55,800
130 Oklahoma Baptist University (OBU) $38,900 $55,400
131 Lubbock Christian University $33,900 $55,300
132 The University of Tennessee at Martin (UT Martin) $39,900 $55,000
133 - tie Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) $37,100 $54,600
133 - tie Arkansas Tech University $39,100 $54,600
133 - tie Oklahoma Christian University $40,200 $54,600
136 University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA) $40,400 $54,000
137 Union University, Tennessee $38,600 $53,800
138 University of The Incarnate Word $36,700 $53,500
139 - tie Mississippi University for Women $40,000 $52,700
139 - tie Alabama State University (ASU) $31,200 $52,700
141 Jackson State University (JSU) $31,700 $52,200
142 Berea College $30,800 $52,100
143 Tusculum College $34,700 $51,900
144 Sullivan University $33,800 $51,700
145 University of Montevallo $31,200 $51,600
146 - tie Northeastern State University $35,600 $51,000
146 - tie Southern Nazarene University $35,800 $51,000
148 Alcorn State University $33,500 $50,800
149 Belhaven University $33,800 $50,600
150 University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) $30,900 $50,300
151 East Texas Baptist University (ETBU) $34,200 $47,900
152 Asbury University $33,900 $47,700
153 East Central University $37,100 $46,300
154 Faulkner University $33,300 $45,800
155 Bethel University, Tennessee $33,500 $43,800
156 - tie University of the Cumberlands $32,300 $43,600
156 - tie Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) $35,400

 

 

 Here is a link to the full Payscale list :

http://www.payscale.com/college-salary-report-2013/full-list-of-schools

 

 

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