The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost at the University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) serves as the chief academic officer for the university.
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost
The VCAA/Provost oversees academic policy and priorities, ensures the quality of the faculty and student body, and helps to maintain educational excellence.
The VCAA/Provost reports to the Chancellor and serves as the university’s chief academic officer. She/he provides leadership for mission-driven academic and co-curricular endeavors and functions, coordinates academic affairs initiatives and programs with other university divisions, directs activities surrounding the implementation and achievement of the academic mission, and coordinates planning activities for the Division of Academic Affairs.
The Division of Academic Affairs at the University of Illinois Springfield comprises the four academic colleges (College of Business & Management, College of Health, Science, & Technology, College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, and College of Public Affairs & Education) as well as Brookens Library and the Center for State Policy & Leadership. The division also includes Enrollment Management; the Center for Academic Success & Advising; Graduate Education; Graduate Assistantships; Information Technology Services; Institutional Research; Online, Professional, & Engaged Learning; Research & Innovation, Undergraduate Education, and Institutional Effectiveness.
The Provost’s Office advances the UIS vision, mission, and strategic goals by providing coordination among units both within the Division of Academic Affairs and across the entire campus. The Provost’s Office exercises leadership in the formulation of academic policies and ensures adherence to those policies. It coordinates university planning and budgeting activities and promotes innovation in teaching, research, and service.