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Office of Academic Affairs

The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA), under the leadership of the Senior Vice President and Provost, supports the academic, research and service goals of the University. OAA works with administrators, faculty and staff to strengthen academics across campus and increase student success.


Transition After Retirement Program (TARP)

The TARP is designed to allow employees to transition from active employment into retirement with limited duties, by maintaining a presence on campus through a variety of means.  TARP is an on-going program and will operate with a rolling application window.

Provost's Update to Campus:


Faculty/Staff Resources:

2015 Award Recipients: Teaching, Research, Service, Diversity and Student Success

2014 Award Recipients: Teaching, Research, Service, Diversity and Student Success

2013 Award Recipients: Teaching, Research and Service

Newly Tenured and Promoted Faculty

Distinguished Professors (1980 - present)

Emeritus Faculty 


Board of Trustees

Contract Professional Advisory Committee

Faculty Senate

Staff Employees Advisory Committee

University Council

University Rules