The Office of the Provost is responsible for ensuring a quality educational experience for students while providing support for new and existing faculty and actively engaging with our community.
We are connected—both locally and globally. The Office of the Provost works to ensure that VCU is a community of engaged learners and scholars, while also helping prepare students for the global environment.
We have a plan for VCU’s future. The Office of the Provost plays a leading role in VCU’s strategic direction, aligning resources with priorities and providing data and analysis to support decision making.
Our campus hums with the energy of students exploring a unique urban environment. The Office of the Provost works to ensure a successful college experience—from the first day on campus to graduation.
At VCU, extraordinary faculty drive our success. The Office of the Provost assists faculty with the policy and curriculum development process, recruiting and retention, and teaching and learning innovation.
Becoming a part of VCU means joining a community of scholars who teach, innovate, collaborate and conduct research that impacts lives and health—in our community and around the world.
The Office of the Provost is responsible for ensuring a quality educational experience for students while providing support for new and existing faculty and actively engaging with the university and Richmond community.
In our latest “Profiles in Learning” video, Terry Dozier, Ph.D., director of the VCU Center for Teacher Leadership, discusses the Richmond Teacher Residency Program. Formed by a partnership between Richmond Public Schools and VCU, the program prepares new teachers for the rigors of teaching in some of Richmond’s highest need schools.
Our strategic plan, Quest for Distinction, embodies VCU's dedication to advancing knowledge and student succes--a dual commitment that is exceptional among research universities.
One summer tennis camp goes beyond teaching the basics of the backhand or serve.
June Nicholson, professor and director of graduate studies in the Robertson School of Media and Culture, has been named the 2014 Outstanding Woman in Journalism and Mass Communication Education.
New Faculty Orientation will be held on Monday, August 18, 2014 and Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at the University Student Commons.
The College of Humanities and Sciences Office of Sponsored Programs will be holding a Research Orientation session on August 19th from 2:00-4:00 p.m.
The opening faculty address and convocation will take place on August 20, 2014 in the Stuart C. Siegel Center.