Office of the Provost

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"The Provost is the chief academic and budget officer of the College of William and Mary. Reporting to the President, the Provost is senior among the six College administrators at the vice-presidential level. The Provost, in accordance with policies established by the Board of Visitors, is responsible for all academic and research programs, academic budgets, institutional planning, space allocation, and faculty development.

"Jointly with the Vice Presidents for Finance and Administration, the Provost is responsible for budget planning and priorities, including resource allocation and expenditures. With the assistance of the deans, the Provost is responsible for academic planning, curricular and educational policy matters, including inauguration of new programs and faculty development.

"In the discharge of these responsibilities, the Provost is assisted by the academic deans of the university, including the Dean of University Libraries, and an administrative team including the Vice Provosts and Associate Provosts." [1]

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