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Office of the Provost

The Office of the Provost is responsible for the Academic Affairs Division. The academic colleges and departments that report to the provost include the College of Engineering, Technology and Management (ETM); College of Health, Arts, and Sciences (HAS); Oregon Tech Online; Academic Excellence; Applied Research and Partnerships; Faculty Labor Relations; Institutional Research; Oregon Renewable Energy Center; University Library; and University Registrar.

Academic Excellence

The Office of Academic Excellence oversees activities and methods required for an effective and comprehensive educational assessment program; and faculty development through the Commission on College Teaching.

Applied Research and Partnerships

The Office of Applied Research and Partnerships cultivates relationships with industry partners; develops internship and externship sites; works to ensure classes utilize top-tier equipment and software for optimal learning experiences; secures external funding, such as grants and project sponsorships; and represents the university in various spaces, such as legislative advisory councils.

Faculty Labor Relations

The Faculty Labor Relations office serves as the primary liaison between administration and faculty concerning the Oregon Tech - OT-AAUP Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Institutional Research

The mission of the Office of Institutional Research is to collect, analyze, and report institutional information and respond to data requests from state, federal and external agencies as well as internal constituents.

Oregon Renewable Energy Center

OREC promotes energy conservation and renewable energy use in Oregon and throughout the Northwest through applied research, educational programs, and practical information. 

University Library

The Oregon Tech Library is a member of the Orbis Cascade Alliance, a consortium of more than 35 Pacific Northwest university and college libraries searchable in the library system. The Library serves current students, faculty, alumni, and community members.

University Registrar

Major functions of the Registrar’s Office are the maintenance of student records; registration; web services; grade processing; transfer-credit evaluation; community college articulation; degree checking; graduation; scheduling; enrollment certification; and the university catalog.

Joanna Mott
Vice President, Academic Affairs and Strategic Enrollment Management

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Contact Paul for Academic Affairs and Faculty Labor Relations support:

  • AA/FLR calendars and scheduling 
  • Academic Master Plan committee scheduling
  • AA/FLR signatures 
  • Provost's academic calendar
  • Convocation
  • Contracts and notices
  • ITR, PTR, promotion review processes
  • Outside Activities Requests
  • Resignations
  • FLR administrative and data support
  • Faculty records administration including CV and transcripts collection

Contact Dede for Academic Affairs and Strategic Enrollment Management support:

  • AA/SEM financial operations -- invoices, purchasing, travel
  • Academic Council
  • President's Council
  • Standing Committees, Commissions, Councils
  • Academic Master Plan Committee Support
  • Creativity Grants
  • Equipment Proposals
  • Student-Faculty Innovation Proposals
  • ITR, PTR, promotion review processes
  • Sabbatical Leave Requests
  • Website Maintenance
  • SEM administrative support
  • AA/SEM staff records administration