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Undergraduate Bulletin 2008-2009
Bulletin Homepage |Undergraduate Study | Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

The Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education is responsible for the coordination of the academic experience of undergraduate students at this University. The Vice Provost works closely with the deans and faculty of the individual schools and colleges and with the Undergraduate Academic Council in developing, coordinating, and implementing undergraduate academic policy and curricula. The Vice Provost also coordinates with the Advisement Services Center /Undergraduate Studies and oversees Project Renaissance, Faculty Mentor Program and The Honors College.

The Office of Undergraduate Education also provides coordination of and advisement for independent study, student-initiated interdisciplinary majors and minors, and interdisciplinary courses including Washington, NYS Senate and Assembly and other University-wide internships; implements undergraduate academic policies; and edits and publishes the Undergraduate Bulletin.
This office also provides assistance and counseling to undergraduate students who are contemplating leaving the University, who seek to take a Leave for Approved Study at another college or university, or who wish to re-enter the University after having been away from the University for a semester or more. It also coordinates the degree in absentia process.

We are eager to help all students who wish to explore academic issues and concerns. Students may contact the Office of Undergraduate Education in LC 30 (518-442-3950).