Academic Affairs manages the academic programming efforts of UW-Platteville and its branch campuses Baraboo Sauk County and Richland. At UW-Platteville, Academic Affairs includes three colleges: Business, Industry, Life Sciences and Agriculture (BILSA); Engineering, Mathematics and Science (EMS); and Liberal Arts and Education (LAE). Our division also oversees the Karrmann Library, Graduate Studies, the Office of Institutional Research, the Distance Learning Center, and the Office of Continuing Education.
Academic Affairs at UW-Platteville is committed to providing high-quality, affordably priced, well-rounded educational experiences for our students inside and outside the classroom. We abide by the following Operating Principles:
- We will focus on faculty, staff, and student success.
- We will think innovatively and progressively.
- We will prioritize making data-informed decisions.
- We will promote internal and external partnerships and collaborations.
- We will promote the common good while respecting unique distinctions.
- We will operate with honest, transparent, and direct communication.
- We will practice shared governance.
- We will strive for a diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus community.
- We will be an institution of access.
Academic Affairs Priorities for the 2020-2021 Academic Year:
- Priority 1: Assess our Program Array
- Priority 2: Collaborate on Strategic Enrollment Planning Efforts
- Priority 3: Continue Pandemic Related Scenario Planning
- Priority 4: Develop an Academic Affairs Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan
- Priority 5: Build a Highly Functioning Academic Affairs Division
- Priority 6: Develop Strategies to Further Connect the Branch Campuses to the Main Campus