Provost's Office

The Provost serves as chief academic officer of the university, providing leadership through the establishment of academic priorities, support of existing and development of new academic programs, and supervision of the academic deans. The Provost also oversees the libraries and related offices and is directly responsible to the President for curriculum, instructional, and research programs, faculty development, and development of academic, and student affairs operating and capital budgets.  

For information such as academic personnel timelines, committee information, and more, visit the Provost's Office Google site.

Responsibilities of the Provost's Office

The Hamline University Provost provides leadership and direction for the long-range planning process, the annual priorities for action, the budget, and: 

  • Provides intellectual and administrative leadership of the faculty and academic support staff
  • Oversees the development of the academic program and the assessment of student academic performance
  • Develops and administers the curriculum
  • Supervises the academic support programs
  • Develops and recommends the academic budget, in consultation with deans, department chairs and program directors

The Office of the Provost is responsible for the following: 

Councils and committees

The Office of the Provost oversees the work of the following committees: 

  • Committee on Learning Outcomes Assessment (CLOA)
  • Deans' Council (Chair)
  • Faculty Council
  • Institutional Review Board (IRB)
  • Sustainability Committee
  • Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC)