Office of the Provost – Asbury University
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Dr. Timothy Wooster
Timothy Wooster, Ph.D. Provost, Asbury University AdministrativeAsst: Tricia Cairel provost@asbury.edu, x 2500

A rigorous academic program, firmly grounded in the liberal arts tradition, combined with a vital commitment to the person and work of Jesus Christ, as expressed through the Wesleyan tradition, results in a Christian community of learners that successfully integrates academic excellence and spiritual vitality in all of its curricular experiences.

If you are looking for a Christ-centered education or you are a potential faculty member seeking a vital Christian environment in which to invest your life, I invite you to explore the contents of our website and see for yourself if Asbury University is the place to which God is calling you.

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Reporting Offices and Units

▾ Office of the Vice Provost

The Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs serves as the Provost’s primary academic representative for the university. This senior-level academic administrator works collaboratively with faculty, deans, staff, and other administrators to promote a culture of learning and excellence, and to execute the mission of Asbury University.

▾ Faculty Affairs

Faculty Affairs exists to recruit, retain and develop outstanding teacher-scholars committed to academic achievement and student success. 

▾ Non-Traditional Academic Programs

At Asbury University, we understand that the college journey isn’t always an on-campus experience. Our collaborative, manageable and relational undergraduate online program environment ensures our students that Asbury is the place for them. 

▾ Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Our mission as the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Strategic Planning (IESP) is to gather and interpret timely and relevant information to advance the mission of the university through the continuous improvement of quality institutional practices and student success across all programs.

▾ University Accreditation

Asbury University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, and education specialist degrees.

Academic Units

▾ University Library

The Dennis F. and Elsie B. Kinlaw Library opened in 2001. This 73,000 square foot, three-floor facility includes computer labs, archives, a curriculum lab, and a media center in addition to the standard space for book stacks and for individual and group study. 

The King Curriculum Lab is located on the lower level of Kinlaw Library, KL149. The mission of the Education Curriculum Lab is to “provide resources and services to facilitate the preparation of professional educators at the undergraduate and the graduate levels”.

▾ Schools

▾ Honors Program

The Asbury University Honors Program invites students to join a community of scholars engaged in a themed enrichment experience which gives particular focus to the concept of human value and dignity, and the virtuous life. This intellectual and moral exploration is anchored within the rich perspective of historic, orthodox Christianity.

▾ Centers

▾ Academic Facilities

  • Walt and Rowena Shaw Collaborative Learning Center
  • Andrew S. Miller Center for Communication Arts
  • Dennis F. and Elsie B. Kinlaw Library
  • Morrison Hall
  • Reasoner Hall
  • Hughes
  • George E. Luce Physical Activities Center
  • McCrelles Fine Arts Center
  • Hamann-Ray Science Center
  • Equine Center
  • Mission Farm
  • Wesley Building

Reporting to the Vice Provost

▾ Registrar

The Registrar’s Office assists students with academic credits, organizes and administers academic records, registration and graduation functions, including transcript evaluations.

▾ Agreements and Partnerships

Agreements create clear parameters for engagement with external organizations.  They provide liability protection for the institution and students.  Written agreements reflect Asbury University’s commitment to operate with integrity and excellence.  

▾ Academic Support Services

The Center for Academic Excellence serves students, primarily, through three different avenues: Writing Consulting, Peer Course Tutoring, and Academic Coaching.

Academic Accessibility Resources provides reasonable academic accommodations for students with disabilities in accordance with the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA).

The Registrar’s Office assists students with academic credits, organizes and administers academic records, registration and graduation functions, including transcript evaluations.

▾ Faculty Advancement

Faculty Advancement exists to recruit, retain and develop outstanding teacher-scholars committed to academic achievement and student success. 

▾ Undergraduate Research

The Office of the Vice Provost oversees the undergraduate research efforts of the University and the support of such through the program SEARCH and administering the Dean's List