The Division of Academic Affairs provides oversight for the curriculum, ensures academic program integrity, and supports the faculty. More than 80 specialized educational programs are administered by the deans of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, College of Business and Global Affairs, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, College of Engineering and Natural Sciences, College of Humanities and Fine Arts, and Graduate Studies.
The directors of Academic Records (Registrar), Office of Student Engagement, Extended Campus and Online Studies, Honors Programs, Library Service, Research, Grants, and Contracts, Student Academic Support Services and the University Museum report to this office.
Other special academic programs, projects, and initiatives are directed by approximately 260 faculty members who serve as core professionals involved in an assortment of instructional, research, and service activities that are coordinated through administrative officers within the Division of Academic Affairs.
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