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Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

SIC 8221 | NAICS 611310

The following guide to industry information, research, and analysis provides sources for industry trends and statistics, financial ratios, salary surveys, and more.


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Industry Analysis, Statistics, Trends, and Forecasts

Financial Information and Financial Ratios

Compensation and Salary Surveys

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Industry Analysis, Statistics, Trends, and Forecasts


Colleges and Universities  (view report)
For-Profit Universities  (view report)

Comprehensive research reports provide in-depth industry analysis and five-year growth forecasts, with special focus on the underlying structure and external forces and relationships that affect industries and their performance. Report contents include:

  • Key statistics
  • Market size and characteristics
  • Current performance
  • Competitive landscape
  • Major companies
  • Key risk and success factors
  • Five-year growth forecast


National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
National Profile
http://www.naicu.edu/

National profile report provides a summary overview of U.S. non-profit colleges and universities, with topics covered in the publication including student demographics, published and net tuition and fees, student involvement in campus and community activities, services offered to students, independent college and university locations by community setting and geographic region, and graduation rates.


First Research

Colleges & Universities
http://www.firstresearch.com
First Research profiles cover key aspects of an industry's size, scope, and operations, and include a five-year revenue growth forecast. Profiles are updated quarterly and include:
  • Industry overview
  • Recent developments
  • Critical issues and challenges
  • Business trends and opportunities
  • Executive insights
  • Financial benchmarking data
  • Five-year growth forecast


National Education Association

Higher Education Advocate
http://www.nea.org/
Quarterly publication provides insights on trends in post-secondary education, with special issues including the annual "Salary Issue" which examines the impact of the economy on state support for higher education and on faculty salaries and provides compensation data at an institutional level by academic degree and academic rank for full-time faculty members at over 1,600 public institutions.


National Center for Education Statistics
Digest of Education Statistics: Chapter 3 - Post-Secondary Education
http://nces.ed.gov/

Digest statistical tables provide detailed data on higher education institutions, with topics covered by the digest including enrollment rates, enrollment levels and characteristics, student demographics, faculty and staff levels and characteristics, faculty salaries and benefits, degrees conferred, trends in degrees by field, student graduation rates, and revenues and expenditures by type of institution.




Financial Benchmarking Data


Industry Financial Ratios
Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
http://www.bizminer.com  Search for "611310"
Five-year financial statement analysis includes income statements, balance sheets, and key financial ratios, with data available by sales size range on a national, state, and metro area level.
  • Income and expense detail in dollars and percentages
  • Balance sheets in dollars and percentages
  • Cash flow analysis
  • Liquidity and working capital ratios
  • Profitability and return on investment ratios
  • Asset turnover and efficiency ratios
  • Capital structure and debt service ratios


First Research

Colleges & Universities
http://www.firstresearch.com

Financial information section of this industry profile provides income statements, balance sheets, and key financial ratios by organization size based on annual revenue for educational institutions that offer academic and professional courses and grant undergraduate and graduate degrees, with instruction provided onsite in physical classrooms and offsite by electronic and other distance learning methods.




Compensation Surveys


American Association of University Professors
Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession
https://www.aaup.org/

Annual salary survey provides compensation data for full-time faculty members by academic degree and rank (e.g., professor, associate, assistant, instructor, lecturer, and none), type of institution (e.g., public, private, and religious), gender, and region, and also provides compensation data for selected senior administrative job positions and part-time faculty members and graduate teaching assistants.


The Chronicle of Higher Education
Information resources available from this organization include:

Faculty Salaries
http://data.chronicle.com/
Free online database provides faculty salaries by college or university, state, type of institution (2-year, 4-year, public, private, and for-profit), and Carnegie classification for over 4,700 institutions, with salary data available by gender and academic rank (e.g., professor, associate professor, assistant professor, instructor, lecturer, and no rank) on a nine-month-equivalent contract year basis for the last 10 years.

Staff Salaries
http://data.chronicle.com/
Free online database provides full-time non-medical non-instructional staff salaries by institution, state, type of institution (e.g., two-year, four-year, public, private, and for-profit), and Carnegie classification for over 4,700 institutions, with salary data available by Standard Occupational Classification Manual (SOC) occupational categories on a twelve-month-equivalent contract year basis for the last 10 years.


National Center for Education Statistics
Digest of Education Statistics: Chapter 3 - Faculty Salaries and Benefits
http://nces.ed.gov/

Digest statistical tables provide average salaries and average benefits for full-time instructional faculty members on nine month contracts by gender, state, academic year, academic degree (e.g., doctoral, master's, and other), academic rank (e.g., professor, associate, assistant, instructor, lecturer, and no rank), and type of educational institution (e.g., 2-year, 4-year, public, private, nonprofit, and for-profit).


National Education Association
Higher Education State Faculty Salary Surveys
http://www.nea.org/

Free online database provides average salaries and average benefits for full-time faculty members by fiscal year, state, academic degree ( e.g., associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral), academic rank (e.g., professor, associate professor, assistant professor, instructor, lecturer, and none), gender, type of institution (e.g., public, private), and length of contract year (e.g., 9-10 months, 11-12 months).




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