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The Office of the Provost is responsible for ensuring the quality of student learning by overseeing the curriculum and leading new initiatives in higher education. The Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer for Colorado State University Pueblo. In this capacity, the Provost ensures the integrity of all academic programs, and that they are of the highest quality. This includes roles in facilitating the establishment of programs, policies, procedures and standards.

The Provost provides leadership to academic programs in supporting and continually enhancing curriculum, teaching, research, and outreach, collaboratively working with faculty, students, and staff. The Provost primarily works with the academic deans, the faculty senate, student government leaders, Extended Studies, the Center for Honors and Leadership, several externally funded programs, and other areas not formally housed within academic affairs including the Registrar’s office, the Pack Center, and information technology.

The Office of the Provost is eager to help students find answers to their questions and to ensure that their experiences at CSU Pueblo meet or exceed expectations. Students and others can reach the Provost Office at 719.549.2313 or ​​​

Provost Faculty Fellowship Program

The Provost Office is please to announce two professional development opportunities for tenured and tenure-track faculty members through the Provost Faculty Fellowship Program to begin Spring 2024. This program is designed to develop leadership skills at the campus level for those wishing to learn more about university-wide structures and initiatives.

The Graduate Studies Provost Faculty Fellow will provide faculty leadership to the Graduate School in collaboration with the Graduate School’s Director of Strategic Activities, the new Professional Learning & Career Advancement Specialist and the Provost to provide support and to collaborate on graduate student enrollment and persistence toward graduation. Applicants must be tenured faculty.

The Assessment Faculty Fellow will work with the Associate Provost to promote faculty involvement in programmatic and General Education assessment and lead assessment and reporting activities.  Applicants must be tenure-track or tenured faculty.

Provost Fellows will have the opportunity to attend National meetings pertaining to the Fellowship area, funded by the Provost’s Office.

Please see the below calls for applications for both Provost Faculty Fellows. Applications are due by end of day Monday, October 9.

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