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Office of the Provost

Reporting Units

The provost has oversight of Merrimack College’s five schools —the Girard School of Business, School of Health Sciences, School of Liberal Arts, School of Science and Engineering, and School of Education and Social Policy — as well as the Office of the Registrar; the general education and honors programs; McQuade Library; the Academic Success Center; the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning; the Office of Mission and Ministry; experiential education; and the graduate studies and professional studies programs.

  • Recognized as a school of choice for those who seek excellence in business education.
  • An eclectic mix of majors and minors designed to strengthen students’ communication, critical thinking and reasoning skills.
  • A convenient way for those with busy lives to earn a degree, either full- or part-time.
  • A formal program that has experience at its core; it is hands-on, meaningful and substantial, and is linked to the learner’s academic, professional and/or personal goals.
  • Serves as the college’s primary center of information resources and customized instruction.
  • Provides course information, scheduling, registration, records maintenance, verification and other services related to academic progress.
  • Prepares students for transformative careers in education, human development, STEM education and criminology.
  • Recognized as a distinctive leader in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
  • Provides a wide range of opportunities to students wishing to enhance their academic performance.
  • Merrimack’s core curriculum provides all students with essential knowledge about the world through the varied lenses of the humanities, sciences and social sciences.
  • Facilitates the growth of Merrimack students into self-aware, compassionate, responsible, ethical leaders.
  • Prepares students for rewarding careers in the health-related fields of health science, exercise science, public health, nutritional science and athletic training.
  • Master’s programs within a vibrant, close-knit community that brings people together and enriches lives.
  • Serves the Merrimack community through support for innovation and excellence in teaching and learning.
  • Honors Program Medallion
    Enhances and enriches the academic experience of talented, highly motivated students at Merrimack.
  • Assists faculty and administrators to quickly and effectively respond to private- and federal-funding opportunities.