The Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing the overall academic vision and goals for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The office provides guidance and support for our diverse faculty, students, and staff by allocating resources for a learning environment that promotes engagement and intellectual achievement. The Provost is responsible for providing faculty leadership, for planning and implementing academic and student affairs policies, for providing guidance in the development of curriculum, for promoting core educational values and integrity, and for fostering academic excellence. The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is a member of the President’s Administrative Cabinet and works to coordinate campus-wide decision making leading to fulfillment of our mission.
We carry out our mission through four schools: the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, and the Stafford School of Business. The support offices associated with the Office of the Provost provide essential assistance: Office of the Dean of Students and Student Affairs, Office of the Registrar, the ABAC Libraries, Office of the QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan – STEPS (Student Engagement Programs), Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research, Center for Teaching and Learning, Enrollment Management, Academic Support and Testing, Office of Student Development, Multicultural Education, Sponsored Programs, Academic Support and Testing, and the Honors Program.