Offices of the Provost
Mission of Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
The Provost is the chief academic officer and the senior university officer next to the President. The Provost is the President’s principal adviser in all matters pertaining to the development and execution of a well-conceived and organized curriculum, administered and taught by a faculty of the highest qualifications. The Provost oversees academic planning and budgeting and works with the Vice Presidents to accomplish the University’s educational objectives.
The mission of the Provost and VPAA’s office is to support and enhance a creative, inclusive, academic environment in which students participating in the university’s diverse teaching, research, and service programs may flourish by acquiring, advancing, and applying knowledge. Along with the Provost, the deans of the colleges of Arts and Letters, Business, Education and Psychology, Health, Honors, Nursing, and Science and Technology; the directors of the University Libraries, Learning Enhancement Center, Correspondence/Independent Studies, Center for Community and Civic Engagement, Institute for Disability Studies, and Graduate Studies; and the Academic Council, Graduate Council, Faculty Senate, and the Council of Chairs provide leadership and support in achieving this mission.
Interim Provost, Dr. Steven R. Moser
Aubrey Keith Lucas Administration Building, Room 204
Associate Provost for Academic Excellence, Dr. Amy Miller
Aubrey Keith Lucas Administration Building, Room 201
Associate Provost for Assessment and Accreditation, Dr. William Powell
Associate Vice President of International Programs, Dr. Daniel Norton
Associate Vice President for Enrollment, Mr. Richard Mullin
Allison Gillespie - Assistant to the Provost for Academic Affairs
Debby Hill - Assistant to the Provost for Operations
Linda Dorsey - Budget & Personnel Coordinator
Cindy Davis - Administrative Secretary