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Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

News from Academic Affairs
Provost's March 2 Monday Update

Ombuds Council Announcement

Provost's February 23 Monday Update

Provost's February 16 Monday Update

Academic Update Information

photo of Provost and Vice Chancellor Johannes Britz


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UWM's faculty and staff make a difference every day in our students' lives, in Milwaukee, in the state of Wisconsin, and in the global arena. I want to thank all of you for your dedication to UWM and for fostering a culture of care. At a time of societal stress, I see this university as the key to the region's future well-being.

                                                Take care,
                                                Johannes Britz


About Academic Affairs at UWM

The Provost’s Office provides academic leadership to the University in its core work of scholarship, teaching, and learning. Our work is aligned with Chancellor Mone's critical goals of raising UWM’s stature as a research university and ensuring that UWM fulfills its commitment to student access, success, and diversity.

Provost’s Office staff members are focused on

The Division of Academic Affairs is comprised of twelve degree-granting schools and colleges, the Graduate School, and the School of Continuing Education, as well as the Academic Opportunity Center; the Accessibility Resource Center , Assessment and Institutional Research; the Center for International Education; the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning; the Center for Urban Initiatives & Research; the Electa Quinney Institute for American Indian Education; the Honors College; Office of Undergraduate Research; Panther Academic Support Services; the Roberto Hernandez Center; the Student Support Services Program; TRIO and Pre-College Programs, and the UWM Libraries.

I hope you will find this website to be a useful resource. New information about campus and UW System initiatives is added every week, so I encourage you to be a regular visitor. If you have questions or suggestions about the site, please contact me at