Welcome to the Office of the Provost. The provost is the chief academic officer at American University and is responsible for the guiding vision and leadership of the university's academic affairs. This Web page is intended to be a resource for students and faculty as well as those interested in learning more about American University. A complete list of units that report to the provost is available on the Provost Office Organizational Chart.
- 2014 Faculty Retreat
- Academic Calendar
- Annual Goals (for deans & vice provosts - login required)
- Annual Reports (for deans & vice provosts - login required)
- Degrees, Majors & Certificates
- Learning Outcomes & Assessment
- RGI Task Force Final Report (for faculty & staff - login required)
- Office of Institutional Research and Assessment (OIRA)
- Faculty Senate
New Three-Year Scholars Program
AU offers unique and challenging three-year bachelor programs in Public Health, International Studies, and new for Fall 2013, Politics, Policy, and Law. Each three-year program provides a rigorous academic curriculum augmented in the summers and during the regular semesters with cohort courses and with other curricular experiences linked directly to the program of study.
AU is Proud to be Tobacco- and Smoke-Free
After years of campus discussion, and in the face of increasing and convincing public health evidence documenting the risks associated with the use of tobacco products and exposure to secondhand smoke, American University will go and tobacco- and smoke-free on August 15, 2013.
In doing so, American University joins almost 1,200 tobacco-free colleges and universities nationwide that have taken similar measures.
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9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Halloween Movie: Halloweentown
Saturday, November 1
SOC Information Session
Saturday, November 1
Art and Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon
Sunday, November 2
Gallery Talk: Some Uses of Photography: Four Washington Artists
WVAU Named Nation’s Top Online College Radio Station
AU’s student radio station is simply the best, according to the College Music Journal.