2010 Facts About the CSU

Faculty/Staff Demographics

Faculty/Staff Demographics

The CSU’s renowned faculty is well-known for their teaching skills as well as their significant contributions to research. CSU staff and administrators provide the vital infrastructure to fulfill the CSU mission. The faculty and staff together have made the CSU a leader in high-quality, accessible, studentfocused higher education.

FALL 2009 Number  Percent 
Total Employees 44,340 100% 
 Faculty 21,384 48.2 
 Professional 10,489 23.7 
 Clerical & Secretarial 4,748 10.7 
 Technical &  Paraprofessional 3,042 6.9 
 Service & Maintenance 2,138 4.8 
 Management 1,529 3.4 
 Skilled Crafts 1,010 2.3 
 
Total Faculty 21,384 100% 
 Full-time* 11,712 54.8 
 Part-time* 9,672 45.2 
 
Full-time Faculty 11,712 100%
 by Gender
 Female 5,235 44.7 
 Male 6,477 55.3 

 by Age
 29 and younger 100 0.9 
 30 - 39 2,217 18.9 
 40 - 49 3,157 27.0 
 50 - 59 3,714 31.7 
 60 and older 2,524 21.6 

 by Ethnicity
 African American 463 4.0 
 Native American 68 0.6 
 Asian American 1,786 15.2 
 Latino 958 8.2 
 White, non-Latino 8,036 68.6 
 Other/Unknown 401 3.4 

 by Academic Rank
 Professor 4,574 39.1 
 Associate Professor 2,739 23.4 
 Assistant Professor 2,738 23.4 
 Instructor 6 0.1 
 Lecturer 1,655 14.1 

Note: Data exclude student employees, intermittent employees, employees on leave without pay, and faculty in extension, summer and special sessions.

*Full-time category includes lecturers working on a full-time basis, and part-time category includes tenure-track faculty working on a part-time basis such as those in the faculty early retirement program.

Correction to the 2009 Fact Book: The data for Full-Time Faculty by Gender were incorrectly reported. The headcount numbers should have been Male 6,688 (rather than 5,331) and Female 5,331 (rather than 6,688).