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Office of the Provost

The Office of the Provost leads the division of Academic Affairs and provides resources to advance the educational mission of the College and promote the academic development of each Moravian student. In addition to supervision of Moravian faculty, Academic Affairs also offers advising and academic counseling for students.

Departments that fall under the Provost's office include: Academic Support Services (formerly Learning Services), including disability support; the Office of the Institutional Registrar; Reeves Library; the Office of International Studies; the Payne Gallery; and all academic departments and programs. The Provost's Office has oversight of academic advising and all aspects of the curriculum, including degree requirements, general education (LINC), academic standards, internships for credit, independent studies, Honors, First-Year Seminar, study abroad, and the summer Advance Into Moravian (AIM) program. Questions on any of these issues, academic policies, or any other aspects of the academic program can be referred to this office.

Location: 2nd Floor in Monocacy Hall
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm during the academic year
Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm during the summer
Phone: 610-861-1348
Fax: 610-625-7784
Email: academicaffairs@moravian.edu

 

Cynthia Kosso (2015)
Provost and Dean of the Faculty
kossoc@moravian.edu
B.A., Montana State University
M.A., University of Minnesota (History)
M.A., University of Minnesota (Classics)
Ph.D., University of Illinois, Chicago


Carol A. Traupman-Carr ‘86 (1992) (2001)
Dean of Curriculum and Academic Programs; Professor of Music
caroltcarr@moravian.edu
B.A., B.Mus., Moravian College
M.A., Ph.D., Cornell University


James V. Skalnik (2001)
Assistant Dean for Academic Advising
skalnik@moravian.edu
B.A., Yale University
Ph.D., University of Virginia


Amy L. McHenry (2006)
Executive Secretary
amchenry@moravian.edu
B.A., Albright College