The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for academic planning and administration related to academic departments, academic support services, faculty, and student matters.
Reporting to the president, the provost oversees undergraduate and graduate academic programs; student affairs; athletics; sponsored research; graduate admissions and marketing; international programs; and the University registrar.
Dean of the College
The dean of the college provides academic leadership and vision for the undergraduate college and for administration of undergraduate programs and activities.
Dean of the Faculty
The dean of the faculty provides support for faculty research, teaching, and service and for the department chairs in arts and sciences.
Dean of Research and Graduate Studies
The dean of research and graduate studies promotes research opportunities for faculty and students, oversees eight doctoral programs and two master’s programs, and implements policies and procedures for external grants, contracts, and fellowship applications.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students Office is concerned with students’ well-being, whether personal or academic. The office provides students with information about leadership opportunities, emergency loans, their student records, leaves of absence, withdrawals, or their University status.
Dean of the School of Professional Studies
The dean of the School of Professional Studies oversees online, accelerated, evening, and Saturday courses and programs designed for professionals seeking to advance their careers.
Academic Affairs Updates
Read reports, semester reminders, and monthly updates about Clark undergraduate and graduate admissions, personnel changes, faculty searches, and more from administrative leaders.
Clark University’s 115th Commencement Ceremony takes place on Sunday, May 19. We invite family and friends to join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our graduates.
Clark’s electronic university-wide teaching evaluations solicit feedback from undergraduate and graduate students on courses and teaching. Feedback helps inform improvements in instruction.
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