Katrina Bell-Jordan, Ph.D., Interim President
The President is assisted by the Provost, who also serves as one of five vice presidents (Academic Affairs, Finance and Administration, Institutional Advancement, Student Affairs, and Enrollment Management).
Under separate constitutions, faculty and students participate in the governance of the University through the Faculty Senate, Student Government, and by membership on various standing and ad-hoc committees that consider and recommend policies and procedures to the president.
THE FOLLOWING OFFICES REPORT TO THE PRESIDENT
Division of Marketing and Communications
Through its relationships with the news media, businesses and organizations, and the community at large, this office helps raise awareness about the University locally, nationally and internationally. By promoting the accomplishments of the faculty, staff and students--as well as the University as a whole--the office builds the University's reputation in alignment with its core values.
The Executive Director of Government Relations is the University’s designee for communicating with elected officials regarding the University's present and future institutional plans, activities, concerns, and positions pertaining to pending legislation, and also serves as the main point of contact for legislative interest in the University.