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    James Muyskens, Ph.D., Interim Provost 

    Deborah Gee Woo, Ed.D.
, Assistant Vice President

    Guillermo “Will” de Veyga, MBA, Executive Assistant to the Provost

    Telephone:  (201) 200-3003
    Fax: (201) 200-3434
    Location: Hepburn Hall, Room 309



  • Vision Statement

    The Office of the Provost leads New Jersey City University in becoming a nationally recognized leader in urban, public, higher education.

    Mission Statement

    The Office of the Provost is committed to creating and sustaining a higher education environment for New Jersey City University's students and faculty that is grounded in a culture of evidence and that values excellent teaching, scholarly achievement, creative activity, service, and lifelong learning. The Office supports the mission of the University by providing high quality academic degree and certificate programs with urban and global perspectives.

    The Office of the Provost, as the academic and intellectual core of New Jersey City University, is committed to providing a richly diverse student population with a high quality education in an urban setting. The Office strives to uphold the value of a liberal arts education for its students by maintaining a highly qualified and diverse faculty, offering dynamic and challenging academic programs, and providing an integrated academic support system to promote student retention and achievement.

    The Office of the Provost houses the Provost, who is the chief divisional administrator of the University's academic programs, policies, procedures and departments.
    The Office supervises the faculty and professional staff assigned to all academic departments within the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education, and the College of Professional Studies, the Graduate Studies and Continuing Education Offices, and all academic support departments:  

    Additional information can be obtained by visiting the office, located in Hepburn Hall, Room 309, or by calling (201)200-3003 between 9am and 5pm.