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The provost is the chief academic officer of the university and has responsibility for the university's academic affairs across the Dayton, Lake, and online campuses and programs. The provost collaborates with the president and other stakeholders in setting overall academic priorities and strategies, with an emphasis on groundbreaking research and preparing students for lifelong success.


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Areas of Leadership

Administrative Divisions and Offices

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Academic Affairs

Resources that enhance, empower, and support success in the classroom, including honors, ROTC, and other educational programs.

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Gateway for academic and holistic success for nontraditional and remote learners.

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AccreditatioN & Assessment

Resources for accreditation, academic program review, and student learning outcomes.

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Home to the Center for Faculty Excellence, as well as faculty-specific documents, policies, forms, and other resources.

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Resources relating to the curriculum, as well as current projects underway to achieve and advance the university's mission.

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Resources and tools for the advancement of research and scholarly activities, as well as their compliance and the development of innovations.

Academic Success Priorities and Resources

Recognition & Awards

Awards recognizing faculty excellence, including the Trustees Award, University and Distinguished Professors, President's Awards, and honorary degrees.

Recognition and Awards

Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan 2023–25 is a two-year bridge strategic plan.

Strategic Plan 2023–25

Student Success

Faculty resources, tips for student referrals, information on student development, career advising, academic support services, and more. 

Division of Student Success

Messages from the Provost

University news

Wright State historical archaeologist Lance Greene nominated for North Carolina literary award

Lance Greene, professor of anthropology, is a finalist for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award for “Their Determination to Remain: A Cherokee Community’s Resistance to the Trail of Tears in North Carolina.”

Wright State to begin offering midterm grades for undergraduate courses in spring semester

Providing midterm grades is a best practice and is critical to the support and success of Wright State students.

Random acts of kindness

Kindness has always been one of the central themes in Wright State English graduate Brieanna Wilkoff’s life and in her young adult novel, “I’ll Be There for You.”