The academic affairs area supports the mission of the University to provide an opportunity for students to receive a quality education that focuses on the development of the whole person including the intellectual, spiritual, social and physical dimensions. The undergraduate curriculum includes three associate and 24 baccalaureate degree programs built on a broad liberal arts foundation emphasizing communicative and quantitative skills; independent thinking; tolerance of diverse points of view; cultural, historical and ethical awareness; and preparation for leadership, civic responsibility and life-long learning. The academic affairs program also includes a broad spectrum of student academic support services as well as opportunities for educational enhancement through participation in academic honor societies, domestic and study abroad programs, community and regional outreach, academic competition and clubs and organizations.
In addition to its six academic divisions (Business & Economics, Education, Humanities, Mathematics & Natural Sciences, Nursing and Social Science) the academic affairs program functions include the Office of the Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the University, Registrar’s Office, Booth Scholars Program, Institutional Planning and Library Services.
Registrar/Academic Calendar/Check Sheets/Final Exam Schedule/Study Abroad/Dual Credit