the office of the provost is open, working remotely. you may reach the office through email, or at 313-593-5030.
the office of the provost is committed to promoting academic excellence at the university of michigan-dearborn. the provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, susan e. alcock, is responsible for:
- curriculum and academic programs, including global learning, digital education, and learning assessment
- teaching and student success
- faculty resources
- enrollment management, including admissions, records and registration, and financial aid and scholarships
- internships and career services
- student affairs
academic affairs provides support for the institution's mission of teaching, research and service. it ensures programs of quality and systems of support that collectively contribute to student learning and success.
enrollment management encompasses student recruitment and admissions processes, the maintenance of student records and registrations services, and financial aid processing and support. these critical operations provide students with the information and services they need throughout their journey at um-dearborn.
student affairs offers support and engagement opportunities for students, providing high-quality learning experiences beyond the classroom that enhance the sense of community on campus. programs and activities range from civic engagement and leadership development to greek life, campus events, student organizations, and programs and initiatives to support cultural and gender diversity as well as veterans. counseling services and disability services are also provided through student affairs.
office of the provost
our fall 2019 freshman class has an average gpa of 3.68 and an average sat score of 1187.