The University offers an outstanding and comprehensive array of academic programs. These include three undergraduate schools, fifteen graduate and professional schools, a world-renowned medical center, four affiliated colleges and seminaries, twenty-five libraries, and more than one hundred research centers and institutes.

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Office of the Provost

The Office of the Provost maintains and advances the highest standards of scholarly research and teaching.


Faculty of Arts and Sciences

The administrative body for faculty from the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences.

Academic Calendar

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Directory of Classes

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The Office of the Registrar directly supports scholarship, teaching, and learning.

High School Programs

Programs to engage and educate high school students.


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University Life

Your hub for University-wide student life information and initiatives.