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The Provost's Office is responsible for academic resources and budget, professional faculty matters, and the University's curriculum of instruction. The Provost's Office oversees the eight academic colleges, graduate school, library, institutional programs, institutional research and analysis, accreditation and assessment, and the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute.

Mission Statement

The Office of the Provost provides administrative leadership for all academic activities, by promoting, supporting, and sustaining excellence in teaching, research, creative activity, and service in all institutional academic units. Responsible for academic resources and budget, professional faculty matters, academic computing, and the University's instructional curriculum, the Office of the Provost is committed to creating an environment conducive to good academic and institutional citizenship.


  • Promotion and Tenure Evaluation portfolio guidelines for 2015-2016 are now available. Portfolios are due to the Provost's Office by December 18, 2015.
  • Visit the EVENTS page for information on Town Hall Meetings, Faculty Luncheons, search training sessions, and more.
  • Please join us at Festival Hall at 7:00 pm, November 19, for the inaugural NDSU Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Lectureship. Michael D. Robinson, professor of psychology, will present “The Surprising Power of Conceptual Metaphor.”



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Beth Ingram, Provost

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Last Updated: Thursday, November 12, 2015 10:57:24 AM