Provost

The Provost is responsible for the strategic leadership and operational delivery of the University's academic objectives. The Provost has general executive responsibilities in connection with the academic programs of the University involving the conduct, coordination, and quality of these programs and the planning of their future development. This includes oversight of the University's academic staff including recruitment and academic promotion.

The Provost is the line manager of all Deans, marketing and communications, planning and information, museums, Summer and Winter School, and the University Library.

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Office of the Provost

The Provost is responsible for the strategic leadership and operational delivery of the University's academic objectives. As well as providing high-level executive and policy support to the Provost, the key functions of the Provost's Office include: academic reviews, communication with faculties, faculty financial management and University Centres and foundations. Room L2.22
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Academic Promotions

Process management of the University's annual academic promotion rounds.

Room L3.02
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Deans

The Provost is the line manager of all Deans.

 
Marketing and Communications Office of the Executive Director, HOA Level 6
Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Brand and Marketing provides an articulation of the brand position of the University. Level 2
Services Building (G12)
Darlington Campus
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Media and Communications provide professional communications advice and support to University staff and manages media requests for information about the University and its activities, as well as requests for comment from academics and researchers.
Level 2
Services Building (G12)
Darlington Campus
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Web and Print Production (WPP) works with faculties and departments across the University to produce promotional material, including websites, brochures, posters, flyers, invitations and advertisements in line with the University's brand and style guidelines. Level 2
Services Building (G12)
Darlington Campus
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Museums One of the largest and finest university collections of antiquities, art, ethnography and natural history in Australia.

Macleay Museum
Top floor
Macleay Building (A12)
Science Road
Camperdown Campus

University Art Gallery
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus

Nicholson Museum
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus

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  The Carillon is a  musical instrument consisting of a series of chromatically tuned bells. It was dedicated on Anzac Day, 25 April 1928 to commemorate the 197 undergraduates, graduates and staff who died in World War I. Clock Tower
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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  The Information Centre provides a point of contact for general inquiries about the University. Ground floor under the Clock Tower
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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  The Organ in the Great Hall is used during graduation ceremonies, organ recitals, and accompanies choral and orchestral concerts. Great Hall
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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  The Seymour Centre is a performing arts centre housing four performance venues, cafe, bars, expansive foyers and gallery space. Corner of City Road and Cleveland Street
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Planning and Information Office Planning and Information develops and maintains the statistical profile of the University and provides the data essential for informed strategic planning across the University. Level 6
Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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  The Reporting and Analysis group develops and maintains the statistical profile of the University and provides the data essential for informed strategic planning across the University. Room L6.09
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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  The Planning and Analysis group is responsible for integrated enrolment and load management and management of the fee setting process. Room L6.16
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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  Curriculum and Course Planning Committee (CCPC). From a planning perspective, the CCPC is responsible for assessing the strategic fit, the business case and appropriateness of all new degree proposals. Room L6.09
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Sydney Student Program Sydney Student Program is an initiative to manage the acquisition and implementation of a replacement student lifecycle system as well as developing improvements to student administration business process.

 

Level 7
Jane Foss Russell Bldg (G02)
City Road
Darlington Campus 
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Sydney Summer and Winter School Intensive teaching sessions that allow students to accelerate their program, catch up a failed subject, balance their timetable or study subjects outside their current program. Recent high school graduates can enrol in first year subjects. Institute Building (H03)
City Road
Darlington Campus
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University Library

A network of libraries across all campuses.

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