CSU FACTS 2003
FACULTY AND STAFF DEMOGRAPHICS

CSU faculty are well known for their teaching skills as well as the significant research they conduct in socially beneficial areas, such as agriculture, energy, communications, transportation, science and economics. They have received countless recognitions, including Fulbrights, Pulitzers and other national awards.

FALL 2002 Number Percent 
Total Employees 45,028 100 
 Faculty 23,057 51.2 
 Professional 8,941 19.9 
 Clerical & Secretarial 5,209 11.6 
 Technical &  Paraprofessional 3,418 7.6 
 Service & Maintenance 2,004 4.4 
 Management 1,409 3.1 
 Skilled Crafts 990 2.2 
 
Total Faculty 23,057 100 
 Full-time 11,782 51.1 
 Part-time 11,275 48.9 
 
Full-time Faculty 23,057 100 
 by Gender
 Male 7,136 60.6 
 Female 4,646 39.4 

 by Age
 29 and younger 162 1.4 
 30 - 39 1,969 16.7 
 40 - 49 3,125 26.5 
 50 - 59 4,379 37.2 
 60 and older 2,147 18.2 

 by Ethnicity
 African American 449 3.8 
 American Indian 69 0.6 
 Asian American 1,513 12.8 
 Latino 875 7.4 
 White, non-Latino 8,848 75.1 
 Other/Unknown 28 0.2 

 by Academic Rank
 Professor 5,525 46.9 
 Associate Professor 1,852 15.7 
 Assistant Professor 2,635 22.4 
 Instructor 16 0.1 
 Lecturer 1,754 14.9 

Note: Data excludes student employees, persons with intermittent employment or on leave without pay, and faculty in extension, summer and special sessions.

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Last Updated: July 1, 2003