Academic Affairs

Beth Boehm is the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean, School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

The Vice Provost for Academic Affairs is responsible for general education and undergraduate programs as well as interdisciplinary and graduate programs.  

The vice provost works closely with the vice provost for strategic enrollment management and student success and the undergraduate deans in support of the university’s undergraduate programs and with the graduate deans and unit faculties in support of the university’s graduate programs.

Undergraduate Affairs
Undergraduate affairs provides university-wide service and support for undergraduate programs and policies, general education (assessment and curriculum), undergraduate research, and the honors program.  

Graduate Affairs
Graduate affairs provides university-wide service and support (including recruitment, admissions, orientation, and doctoral commencement) for graduate programs (master’s, doctoral, and graduate certificate), academic success (counseling, degree check, and awards) and professional development and diversity programs that complement the curriculum.  

The vice provost for academic affairs serves as the provost’s liaison to the Office of the Dean of the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS), the Graduate Council (faculty), the Graduate Student Council, academic advisors, and academic support programs for graduate students.