Mount St. Joseph University is currently conducting a search for a Provost, responsible for academic programs, academic policy, curriculum, divisional budgets, and strategic planning.

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Job Summary

Mount St. Joseph University invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the position of Provost. The Provost serves as the University’s chief academic officer. Reporting to the President, the Provost serves as the leader and administrator of the University’s academic affairs division and oversees academic support services, campus technology, and institutional research. The Provost plays a central role in fulfilling the University’s mission and vision and accomplishing the goals of the University’s strategic plan, Transformation 2025, including supporting student recruitment and retention. The Provost is also responsible for ensuring academic quality and maintaining regional accreditation. As a member of the President’s Cabinet, the Provost advises the President on issues related to faculty, academic programs, student support services, and technology.

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About Mount St. Joseph University

Established by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, Mount St. Joseph University (the Mount) opened its doors to the first 20 students in 1920 as the first Catholic University for women in Southwestern Ohio. With the growth of student enrollment, in 1986, the University was formally declared coeducational. Although incorporated under a Board of Trustees in 1972, the University remains a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity. Today, the University serves a diverse coeducational student population of undergraduate and graduate students.