The Provost’s Cabinet is comprised of key administrators representing the University’s academic and operational units, including Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Research, Information Technology, Enrollment Management, Facilities Operations, Human Resources, Finance, Communications, and International Education. The Cabinet is convened monthly by the Provost to discuss and advise on issues affecting the University academically and operationally.
Mission Statement of the Provost’s Cabinet
The Provost’s Cabinet is responsible for creating and implementing the academic and operational vision that will most benefit all students and the University community. This senior executive team will proactively address the challenges associated with the ever-evolving higher education landscape as well as those unique to Norwich. Through careful assessment and synthesis of data, information, and objective commentary, and informed by their constituents, the Cabinet will advise the Provost by providing thoughtful and creative ideas to inform processes, policies, and procedures. As engaged and transformative leaders, the Cabinet will assist the Provost in allocating resources to support the success of all students, faculty, and staff, thus advancing the University’s mission and impact.