Provost's Office

The Provost's Office is responsible for the academic programs of the University. They include over 215 majors at the associate, bachelor, and master level. They represent the collective work of over 460 full-time faculty, 400 adjunct faculty, 200 staff, 16 executives, and the over 20,000 students they provide education for.

Academic Affairs includes seven colleges, the library, enrollment services, continuing education, career and technical education, sponsored projects, institutional accreditation, and assessment. Together we are responsible for instruction at two campuses, five other institutions, and nine other locations throughout Utah, in six states, and throughout the world on WSU Online.

Associate Provost Bruce Bowen has responsibility for Enrollment Services, including Academic Advising (The Student Success Center), Admissions, Financial Aid, Graduation, Records, the Registrar's Office, Scholarships, and Student Recruitment. Other responsibilities include Early College, the First Year Experience Program and transfer articulation.

Eric Amsel, the Associate Provost for Academic Programs and Assessment, assumes primary responsibility for leadership of regional accreditation, program review, assessment of learning outcomes and administrative oversight of general education.  

Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski, the Associate Provost for High-Impact Programs and Faculty Development, provides oversight for interdisciplinary undergraduate programs, including CCEL, Honors, BIS and Office of Undergraduate Research. She helps to guide the Teaching and Learning Forum, a mentoring program for new faculty, and leads policy revision to encourage more interdisciplinary and high-impact work across campus. 

As Vice Provost, Bruce Davis leads a variety of academic areas and support functions. Bruce serves as the WSU Davis Campus Administrator and the Dean of Continuing Education, which includes WSU Online, Evening School, and off campus centers in Morgan, Roy, Central Ogden, Downtown Ogden, Clearfield, and Farmington. The Division of Continuing Education also includes the Law Enforcement Academy, Concurrent Enrollment, Community Education, Distance Learning, Professional Development, and Business and Industry Training. In his role as Vice Provost, Bruce is also responsible for Career and Technical Education, the Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality, Economic Development, Instructional Effectiveness (the eLearning/Canvas support team and the Academic Software Design and Development/Chi Tester team), the Small Business Development Center, the Office of International Programs, the Office of Sponsored Projects, the Technology Commercialization Office, the WSU Research Foundation, and NUAMES, WSU’s early college high school.

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