Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Margaret McLaughlin
Academic Affairs is the administrative unit responsible for oversight of all educational matters, which includes education, research, and faculty. The purpose of the Office of Academic Affairs is to ensure that all graduate and undergraduate students at Carlow University experience a challenging and rewarding education consistent with the mission. It comprises graduate programs, services and assessment, arts and science, professional studies, student life, library services, honors program, advising, admissions, international studies, research, the University Press, and early childhood education through middle school.
Under the leadership of the provost, the administrative team of Academic Affairs participates in developing initiatives and strategies across the University through committee work among all units within the University.
The Office of Academic Affairs, directed by Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Margaret McLaughlin, encompasses the University’s schools and colleges, enrollment, and offices supporting academic achievement, faculty affairs, and global engagement.