Office of Senior VP for Academic Affairs and Provost
As the chief academic officer of the University of Georgia, the senior vice president for academic affairs and provost oversees instruction,research, public service and outreach, and student affairs. The vice presidents of these four areas report to the provost, as do the deans of UGA’s 16 schools and colleges. Seven associate provosts direct areas of broad-based responsibility: academic fiscal affairs, information technology, institutional diversity, institutional effectiveness, international affairs, the libraries, and strategic planning. Other units that report directly to the provost include the Office of Faculty Affairs, Faculty of Engineering, the Georgia Museum of Art, The Georgia Review, the Office of Performing Arts, and the University Press. In the university’s organizational structure, the provost is one of three senior administrators who report to the president. The others are the senior vice president for finance and administrationand the senior vice president for external affairs.