How much does a Dean make?

Updated Jun 13, 2021

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$97,728 /yr
Average Base Pay

419 salaries

$53K

Low

$98K

Average

$182K

High

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The national average salary for a Dean is $97,728 in United States. Filter by location to see Dean salaries in your area. Salary estimates are based on 419 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Dean employees.

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ITT Technical Institute
3.6

ITT Technical Institute

Dean

$78,664

 /yr
Range: $59K - $106K
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$59K

$106K

$58,511 - $106,127 Range

National Heritage Academies
3.6

National Heritage Academies

Dean

$67,780

 /yr
Range: $49K - $99K

$49K

$99K

$48,997 - $99,308 Range

Uplift Education
3.5

Uplift Education

Dean

$73,110

 /yr
Range: $70K - $81K

$70K

$81K

$70,000 - $80,746 Range

Achievement First
3.6

Achievement First

Dean

$93,538

 /yr
Range: $82K - $105K

$82K

$105K

$82,337 - $105,000 Range

Baker College
3.5

Baker College

Dean

$61,360

 /yr
Range: $40K - $129K

$40K

$129K

$39,543 - $128,614 Range

Brown Mackie College
2.9

Brown Mackie College

Dean

$88,433

 /yr
Range: $36K - $90K

$36K

$90K

$35,745 - $90,040 Range

Noble Network of Charter Schools
4.4

Noble Network of Charter Schools

Dean

$77,005

 /yr
Range: $67K - $83K

$67K

$83K

$67,315 - $83,157 Range

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Keiser University
3.1

Keiser University

Dean

$113,326

 /yr
Range: $109K - $117K

$109K

$117K

$109,274 - $116,564 Range

Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District
3.8

$15

$15

$15 - $15 Range

San Mateo County Community College District
3.6

$169K

$194K

$169,309 - $194,466 Range

City Colleges of Chicago
3.8

City Colleges of Chicago

Dean

$104,291

 /yr
Range: $101K - $111K

$101K

$111K

$100,541 - $110,819 Range

Virginia College
2.7

Virginia College

Dean

$105,649

 /yr
Range: $85K - $125K

$85K

$125K

$84,900 - $125,028 Range

Tufts University
4.4

Tufts University

Dean

$337,156

 /yr
Range: $234K - $432K

$234K

$432K

$233,795 - $431,982 Range

New York City Department of Education
3.7

$49K

$124K

$49,359 - $123,922 Range

Ivy Tech Community College
3.7

Ivy Tech Community College

Dean

$75,684

 /yr
Range: $75K - $102K

$75K

$102K

$75,371 - $101,670 Range

Fayetteville Technical Community College
3.6

$70K

$79K

$70,498 - $79,380 Range

Palm Beach State College
3.6

Palm Beach State College

Dean

$84,699

 /yr
Range: $85K - $102K

$85K

$102K

$84,699 - $102,021 Range

South University
2.6

South University

Dean

$73,110

 /yr
Range: $69K - $103K

$69K

$103K

$69,056 - $102,931 Range

University of Phoenix
3.7

University of Phoenix

Dean

$141,904

 /yr
Range: $117K - $185K

$117K

$185K

$116,513 - $184,661 Range

Fairfax University of America
2.7

Fairfax University of America

Dean

$109,918

 /yr
Range: $84K - $112K

$84K

$112K

$83,844 - $111,713 Range

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Frequently asked questions about Dean salaries

The average salary for a Dean is $97,728 in United States. Salaries estimates are based on 419 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Dean employees in United States.

The highest salary for a Dean in United States is $181,872 per year.

The lowest salary for a Dean in United States is $52,514 per year.

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