Office of the Provost

Learning, discovery & engagement

The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President supports the academic success of our students, faculty, researchers and educators

Office of the Provost

The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President coordinates the academic mission of the university, manages the academic experience for students, and implements policies and procedures related to faculty and administration.

Faculty affairs

The Office of the Provost provides a range of services, tools and resources for faculty members, ranging from syllabus development to annual evaluation information.

Curriculum central
Digital measures
Instructional resources
Promotion & tenure

Student resources

The Office of the Provost oversees undergraduate education and provides students with a range of resources to support their academic, personal and professional success.

Academic calendar
Core curriculum
Math Center
Speaking & Writing Center

Institutional planning

The University engages in a range of strategic and master planning and program reviews to meet our campus community's needs in instruction, research and engagement.

Accreditation
Assessment
Strategic planning

About the office

The Office of the Provost is the coordinating body for academic and faculty affairs and strategic initiatives that are informed by the University's academic mission.

Academic deans
Academic Leadership Council
Office staff
Provost's perspective

Featured news

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These celebrations are in their ninth year and more numerous than ever.

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