About the Provost

The Provost’s Office oversees academic affairs for the university. Academic Affairs consists of faculty and staff that focus on providing academic instruction and support to students to help them achieve academic excellence and ultimately fulfill their career goals. Terry Martin is the provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Arkansas.  As the chief academic officer of the university, Provost Martin collaborates with Chancellor Charles Robinson in setting overall academic priorities for the institution. Read more about Provost Martin.

Offices that Report to the Provost

The dean of each college on campus reports directly to the provost. The Provost's Office also oversees enrollment, admissions, libraries, online and distance education, Air Force ROTC and Army ROTC. The following offices also report to the provost and are a part of the Division of Academic Affairs:

Administrative committees report to the chancellor, provost or a vice chancellor. View a list of committees and guidelines.

The University of Arkansas is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Learn more.

Academic Program Review and Assessment

To ensure continuous improvement and optimization of the university’s academic offerings, the Office of the Provost oversees assessment and review of the university’s academic programs. View academic program assessment and academic program review.