How UC compensation compares

The quality of faculty, staff and administrators is the cornerstone of UC's ongoing success, and UC is committed to providing competitive compensation for all UC employees assuming the resources to do so. UC must be able to provide market-competitive salaries if institutional competitiveness and quality are to be preserved.

The following reports and information about compensation and benefit programs describe some of the context and challenges of — and possible strategies for — competing in regional and national markets to recruit and retain the best personnel over the long term.

Update of total remuneration study for general campus ladder rank faculty
(July 2014)

Update of total remuneration study for campus & UCOP & medical centers (October 2009)

Survey of university presidents' salaries (November 2008)

Previous Studies