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As Drexel University’s chief academic officer, the Provost provides leadership and oversight of the academic and research divisions of the University, including 15 schools and colleges and numerous administrative units. Learn more about the offices and units in the Provost’s Office portfolio on the following pages.
The Office of Assessment and Accreditation fosters continuous improvement by supporting faculty and staff with the assessment of teaching and learning, and also oversees Drexel’s accreditation process.
Among the University's collections are the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection, the Drexel Collection, the Legacy Center's archives of the history of women in medicine, the University Archives, and the Academy of Natural Sciences’ eighteen million specimens.
From medicine to media arts, public health, law, entrepreneurship and professional studies, Drexel’s 15 colleges and schools offer an extensive range of degree programs at undergraduate and graduate levels.
With four physical locations and a dynamic online presence, Drexel University Libraries is a learning enterprise dedicated to providing access to authoritative information and scholarship across disciplines.
The Office of Faculty Advancement supports Drexel faculty throughout the professional lifecycle, coordinating efforts to recruit, retain, develop and promote diverse and talented faculty who engage and inspire our students.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Finance and Administration oversees budgets and finances for Drexel’s academic division, providing leadership in areas including faculty hiring and promotion, sustainable budgeting and strategic initiatives.
The Office of Global Engagement contributes to the mission of transforming the university into an international hub of academic and professional excellence, working with units across the university to build an ecosystem of global partnerships and programs.
Overseeing more than 120 graduate programs, including more than 40 doctoral programs, the Graduate College is committed to the advancement of graduate education and student success.
The Office of Institutional Research aims to provide timely, accurate and unbiased data and analysis for institutional decision-making, assessment, effective management and strategic planning.
Through strategic partnerships with cultural organizations, the Lenfest Center for Cultural Partnerships advances the University’s mission of experiential learning and research while contributing to the success of nonprofit partners.
The Office of Research & Innovation catalyzes research, scholarship and creative expression to advance Drexel as a preeminent research university with a distinctive character.
The Office of the Vice Provost for Communications and Marketing provides executive and strategic communications leadership to advance the priorities of the Provost’s Office, create timely and unified messages, and elevate Drexel’s academic value proposition.
The Teaching and Learning Center inspires excellence in teaching throughout Drexel University’s diverse learning environments, advancing the implementation of evidence-based, innovative and experiential pedagogies.
Undergraduate education spans 15 Colleges and Schools with over 80 undergraduate majors, as well as a large selection of accelerated programs, preprofessional degrees and undergraduate minors.
The Office of University & Community Partnerships has a centralized, coordinating role in supporting the civic engagement missions of our colleges and schools, and in convening networks of partners around place-based priorities.