University Governance & Bylaws
Norwich University is governed by its Board of Trustees, the President of the University, and the senior leadership team, which includes the Provost and Dean of the Faculty, the Chief Financial Officer, the Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations, the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, the Vice President of Marketing and Communications, the Chief Administrative Officer and the Special Advisor to the President. These leaders carry out the direction set for the University by the president.
The Board of Trustees at Norwich is an active group that serves not only as an overseer of the University, but also as a participant in decision-making and policy-making process, steering and guiding Norwich into the future.
The President is a member of the Board of Trustees and, together with the Provost and Dean of the Faculty, is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the University. As the University’s Chief Executive Officer, the President takes an active leadership role in the educational and business processes of the University.
The Provost, as the University’s Chief Operating Officer, oversees the Office of Academic Affairs, to include the International Center and the Career and Internship Center, the dean of each of the University’s five colleges, the Senior Vice President of Student Affairs and Information Technology, the Director of Facilities Operations, the Vice President of Enrollment Management and the University’s five academic centers of excellence, including the Peace and War Center, the Center for Global Resilience and Security, the Center for Civic Engagement, the Center for Advanced Computing and Digital Forensics, and the Leadership and Change Institute.
The Provost’s Cabinet is comprised of key administrators who manage all areas of the University, including academics, student life, facilities and business initiatives.
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