Undergraduate Affairs *
Dale Billingsley **
The undergraduate affairs office provides university-wide service and support for undergraduate degrees, academic success and programs that complement the undergraduate curriculum, including “Ideas to Action.”
The vice provost for undergraduate affairs works with the Undergraduate Council, the deans and the academic unit faculties, academic advisors and academic support programs to promote undergraduate student success, engagement and satisfaction at the University of Louisville.
The vice provost works with undergraduate admissions and orientation; financial aid; registrar; residency and athletics certification; and the associate provost and executive director of the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning to provide university-wide services for all students and resources to help faculty further develop teaching skills and methods.
The vice provost oversees student advocacy and is the provost’s liaison to the University Honors Program, and the McConnell Center. The vice provost also is liaison to the university’s educational community partners, including: Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS); Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC); Metropolitan College, a joint program among UofL, JCTC and UPS that provides participants employment opportunities and a tuition-free education; and the University of Louisville Transfer Program (ULtra), which provides support and assistance for JCTC and Kentucky Community and Technical College System students who plan to transfer to UofL.
*Effective August 15, 2016, the Vice Provost’s responsibilities are being coordinated by the Director, Planning and Operations, Enrollment Management and Undergraduate Affairs Joe Dablow. Effective October 1, 2016, a reorganization of the UGA office will take place with the appointment of a Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management and Student Success.
** Dale Billingsley was named Acting Executive Vice President and University Provost, effective August 15, 2016. He will continue to direct the UGA unit until a replacement is named or the reorganization is completed.