• Provost - The Provost, serves as the Chief Academic Officer, is an officer of the University, a member of the President's Cabinet and reports directly to the President. The Provost is responsible for the academic affairs of the institution, to include Access and Enrollment Services; Research and Public Service; five academic schools, namely: School of Business, School of Education, School of Nursing, College of Science & Mathematics, and College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences; the University Honors Program; the Office of Institutional Research and Planning; the Office of Global and Graduate Education; the Virgin Islands University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities; Community Engagement and Lifelong Learning, a workforce training unit; Student Success and Athletics. Working closely with senior leadership and the faculty, the Provost leads and supports curriculum development and outcomes assessment, and faculty development. The Provost is also responsible for the management of the academic budget, is engaged in planning, policy formation and financial analysis, and serves as chief executive in the President's absence. With offices on both campuses, the Provost is expected to reside on St. Croix.

  • Vice Provost Research & Public Service - The Vice Provost for Research and Public Service (VPRPS) is the principal assistant and advisor to the Provost of the University on all matters pertaining to the development and implementation of land grant, research and public service policies and programs. The VPRPS is responsible for providing leadership and management of research and public service programs at the University, including the Agricultural Experiment Station, the Center for Marine and Environmental Investigations, the Cooperative Extension Service, the Eastern Caribbean Center, the Office of the Vice Provost, the Research and Publications Unit, the Small Business Development Center, Sponsored Program and the Water Resources Research Institute. The VPRPS will also ensure that the vision, mission and goals of the Research and Public Service programs support the mission of the University by reviewing and approving unit plans, goals and objectives, strategic plans, and systems for effective control to guide work toward expected outcomes, and by evaluating progress towards their accomplishments; provide leadership on complex budgetary and personnel issues that allow for research and public service quality of outputs and activities of the University; provide support, leadership and encouragement for development of collaborations and partnerships that result in income generation for the University; and ensure quality outreach to the Virgin Islands community and other publics by promoting and supporting quality management approaches in the implementation of policies and programs that provide for research and public service needs, including, organizing systems for advisory boards and councils; provide feedback and the necessary tools for subordinates to fulfill the mission. Additional duties include advising the Provost, and senior University administrative officers on issues relating to research and public service by making presentations, preparing reports, recommendations, findings and other methods of communication as required; establishing research and public service priorities; and creating and overseeing budgets and the allocation of resources to the various research and public service units.

  • Vice Provost Access & Enrollment - The Vice Provost for Access and Enrollment Services (ACES) represents the Provost in a variety of administrative and managerial functions as assigned by the Provost; oversees the administration of the offices of the Registrar, Admission, Financial Aid and Recruitment; serves as the primary contact with Human Resources for all human relations issues between ACES and the Office of the Provost; and coordinates with other University committees which handle retention and recruitment of students. In addition, the Vice Provost for Access and Enrollment Services is responsible for compliance with academic policies pertaining to admission and graduation requirements; oversees the professional development and annual evaluation of the staff of ACES; serves on internal and external Admissions and Recruitment field teams; and is responsible for implementing UVI Vision 2012 Access and Enrollment Service Plan 2006-2009. The Vice Provost for Access and Enrollment Services also develops strategies for University wide involvement in recruitment and retention initiatives; and develops strategies for implementing programs abroad.

  • Vice President Administration & Finance - The Vice President of Administration and Finance (A&F), under the direction of the President, serves as chief financial officer providing fiscal and administrative leadership to a team of directors and managers who are responsible for the daily operations of the finance, accounting and purchasing, benefits, capital projects, and human resources departments and oversight of the environmental health and safety department; oversees and evaluates a complex and diverse program of business functions, and develops and implements financial policies and practices. The Vice President of Administration and Finance is also responsible for managing the University's resources to facilitate and support the strategic plan and sustainable budget; develops and oversees all fiscal planning, policies, and regulations; fiscal administration of all institutional funds; and the cost of effective planning and operations of the University's major administrative functions. In addition, the Vice President of Administration and Finance provides leadership in the area of finance including investments, management of budget development, executing processes, and fiscal controls. The Vice President of Administration and Finance also serves as the administration's liaison to the Board of Trustees' Finance Committee and the Building and Grounds Committee; to external financial institutions; and to government and business organizations.

  • Vice President Institutional Advancement - The Vice President for Institutional Advancement (IA) serves as a member of the President's Cabinet and provides leadership for the Office of Institutional Advancement and its associated areas. The Vice President has direct oversight for alumni relations, annual giving, major gifts, public relations and the Reichhold Center for the Arts and is charged with leading and managing these areas. The Vice President will foster relationships with internal and external stakeholders and develop innovative methods to meet University objectives stated in the UVI Strategic Plan and the President's Seven Management Values. The Vice President serves as the University's primary fundraiser, and participates on a variety of institution wide committees. The Vice President plays a pivotal role in enhancing the cultivation of alumni relationships. The Vice President will also champion the planning and execution of the University's capital campaign efforts.

  • Chief Information Officer - The Chief Information Officer (CIO) reports directly to the President. The position is accountable for providing the managerial and technological leadership for the University's Information and Technology Services which includes the libraries, distance learning, and learning and classroom environment. The CIO identifies and communicates the technology implications for the strategic plan and anticipates change and emerging trends in information technology, library science and communication as they apply to the mission and goals of the University. The CIO serves on the Executive Cabinet as well as the Strategic Planning Steering Committee and other committees as appropriate. Major areas of responsibility include strategic planning, policy development, integrated implementation and management of infrastructure systems and human and fiscal resources, staff leadership and development, project management leadership and user support systems.

  • Special Assistant to President - The Special Assistant to the President/Executive Director, Institutional Effectiveness (IEA) and Assessment serves as the primary policy researcher for the President, eliciting data and factual information to inform, advise and prepare the President on matters related to ongoing and emerging issues of importance to the University; oversees the institutional effectiveness and assessment program of the University including strategic planning, accreditation, institutional research and student learning outcomes in conjunction with the appropriate officers and components; assists in developing, implementing, and maintaining special projects and initiatives germane to the President's agenda - Pathways to Greatness; and coordinates institutional and capacity building activities in support of institutional effectiveness and the University's management values. The Special Assistant to the President also assists institutional leaders to insure the coordination and linkage of the University's affirmation of accreditation with Middle States Commission on Higher Education within the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools; accompanies the President as appropriate to key meetings and appointments; works on special issues with internal and external groups and individuals on behalf of the President; assists in timely communication and relationship building with the Student Government Associations, Staff Council, and Faculty Association; and serves on committees and task forces when directed by the President.

  • Chief of Staff - The Chief of Staff works actively with the President to establish and maintain close working relationships with the University's senior administration; acts on behalf of the President on appropriate assigned academic and administrative matters; is responsible for meetings, agendas, and follow-ups for the President's Cabinet, assisting the President in making special requests and assigning tasks to the senior administration, as well as monitor important University projects and issues for the President, and assisting the President with the review of the senior administration. In addition, the Chief of Staff works closely with the President's Executive Assistant, in managing and coordinating all activities and direct reports in the President's Office; participates in most of the President's on campus meetings, coordinates and oversees the day-to-day operations and entire work product for the President's Office through the development and implementation of effective operational policies, procedures and systems, and handles special projects.

  • Dean of the School of Business - The Dean of the School of Business is the Academic Administrative Officer of the school and reports directly to the Provost; travels between both campuses; manages all personnel issues within the school; recruits and hires faculty in accordance with the administrative and faculty policies of the University; leads the Division's effort towards accreditation; develops collaborative relationships with external community to support experiential and service learning related to the curriculum; assists the Office of Access and Enrollment Services in recruitment; coordinates student advising procedures; assists in developing outreach programs; participates on University's committees and other faculty activities; and coordinates program review of school programs. The Dean of Business is also responsible for the professional development needs of faculty department programs; creates and enacts division curriculum review plan; establishes vision and mission statements, goals and objectives that create a master plan for the Division that furthers the University's Strategic Plan 2006-2012; establishes strong relationships with constituents inside and outside of the University; maintains a deep commitment of engagement with the community and enhances and sustains an environment of academic excellence including the initiative to develop innovative programs and recruits and retains well-qualified students. Other duties include developing and supporting new undergraduate and graduate programs that contribute to the health and well-being of society; providing sound fiscal leadership; developing resources for faculty research initiatives and assisting in faculty efforts to secure external funding.  The Dean will also be expected to work collaboratively with other Deans to foster cross divisional partnerships, and promote commitment to an education curriculum based on the mission, vision and core values of the University (www.uvi.edu).

  • Dean of the School of Education - The Dean of the School of Education is the Academic and Administrative Officer of the school and reports directly to the Provost; maintains relationships with the Board of Education, Virgin Islands Department of Education and Federal agencies. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to managing all personnel issues within the Division, recruiting and hiring faculty in accordance with the administrative and faculty policies of the University, traveling between both campuses, leading the Division's effort towards accreditation, developing collaborative relationships with external community to support experiential and service learning related to the curriculum, assisting the Office of Access and Enrollment Services in recruitment, and coordinating student advising procedures. The Dean also assists in developing outreach programs, participates on University's committees and other faculty activities; coordinates program review of school programs; is responsible for the professional development needs of faculty and department programs; creates and enacts a division curriculum review plan; establishes vision and mission statements, goals and objectives that create a master plan for the Division that furthers the University's Strategic Plan 2006-2012; establishes strong relationships with constituents inside and outside of the University; and maintains a deep commitment of engagement with the community. Other duties include enhancing and sustaining an environment of academic excellence including the initiative to develop innovative programs and recruit and retain well-qualified students; developing and supporting new undergraduate and graduate programs that contribute to the health and well-being of society; providing sound fiscal leadership; developing resources for faculty research initiatives and assisting in faculty efforts to secure external funding. The Dean will also be expected to work collaboratively with other Deans to foster cross divisional partnerships, and promote commitment to an education curriculum based on the mission, vision and core values of the University (www.uvi.edu).

  • Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences - The Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is the Academic and Administrative Officer of the college and reports directly to the Provost. Responsibilities include but are not limited to managing all personnel issues within the Division; recruiting and hiring faculty in accordance with the administrative and faculty policies of the University; traveling between both campuses; developing collaborative relationships with external community to support experiential and service learning related to the curriculum; coordinating student advising procedures; and assisting in developing outreach programs. The Dean will also participate on University's committees and other faculty activities; coordinate program review of school programs; responsible for the professional development needs of faculty, and Division efforts in achieving the objectives of the University's vision 2012; maintain a deep commitment of engagement with the community; enhance and sustain an environment of academic excellence including the initiative to develop innovative programs and recruit and retain well-qualified students; develop and support new undergraduate and graduate programs that contribute to the health and well-being of society; provide sound fiscal leadership; develop resources for faculty research initiatives and assist in faculty efforts to secure external funding. The Dean will also be expected to work collaboratively with other Deans to foster cross divisional partnerships, and promote commitment to an education curriculum based on the mission, vision and core values of the University (www.uvi.edu).

  • Dean of the School of Nursing - The Dean of the School of Nursing is the Academic and Administrative Officer of the School of Nursing and reports directly to the Provost. The Dean also maintains relationships with the State Board of Nursing and appropriate agencies. The Dean of the School of Nursing is responsible for managing all personnel issues within the school; recruiting and hiring faculty in accordance with the administrative and faculty policies of the University; traveling between both campuses; leading the Division's effort towards accreditation; developing collaborative relationships with external community to support experiential and service learning related to the curriculum; assisting the Office of Access and Enrollment Services in recruitment; coordinating student advising procedures; and, assisting in developing outreach programs. The Dean will also participate on University's committees and other faculty activities; coordinate program review of school programs; responsible for the professional development needs of the faculty and department; create and enact a division curriculum review plan; establish vision and mission statements, goals and objective that create a master plan for the Division that furthers the University's Strategic Plan 2006-2012; and establish strong relationships with constituents inside and outside of the University. Other duties include maintaining a deep commitment of engagement with the community; enhancing and sustaining an environment of academic excellence including the initiative to develop innovative programs and recruit and retain well-qualified students; developing and supporting new undergraduate and graduate programs that contribute to the health and well-being of society; providing sound fiscal leadership; developing resources for faculty research initiatives and assisting in faculty efforts to secure external funding. The Dean will also be expected to work collaboratively with other Deans to foster cross divisional partnerships, and promote commitment to an education curriculum based on the mission, vision and core values of the University (www.uvi.edu).

  • Dean of the College of Science & Mathematics- The Dean of the College of Science and Math is the Academic and Administrative Officer of the college and reports directly to the Provost; responsible for managing all personnel issues within the Division; recruiting and hiring faculty in accordance with the administrative and faculty policies of the university; traveling between both campuses; leading the Division's effort towards accreditation; developing collaborative relationships with external community to support experiential and service learning related to the curriculum; and assisting the Office of Access and Enrollment Services in recruitment. The Dean will also coordinate student advising procedures; assist in developing outreach programs; participate on University's committees and other faculty activities; coordinate program review of school programs; responsible for the professional development needs of faculty and department; create and enact a division curriculum review plan; establish vision and mission statements, goals and objectives that create a master plan for the Division that furthers the University's Strategic Plan 2006-2012; and establish strong relationships with constituents inside and outside of the University. Other duties include maintaining a deep commitment of engagement with the community; enhancing and sustaining an environment of academic excellence including the initiative to develop innovative programs and recruit and retain well-qualified students; developing and supporting new undergraduate and graduate programs that contribute to the health and well-being of society; providing sound fiscal leadership; developing resources for faculty research initiatives and assisting in faculty efforts to secure external funding. The Dean will also be expected to work collaboratively with other Deans to foster cross divisional partnerships, and promote commitment to an education curriculum based on the mission, vision and core values of the University (www.uvi.edu).