Academic Affairs includes the Schools of Art and Design, Business and Technology, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Graduate Studies; and the Center for Continuing and Professional Studies. The four schools offer 48 degree programs: 15 associate's degrees; 26 bachelor's degrees; and seven master's degrees. The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences also offers 34 minors, while the Center for Continuing and Professional Studies awards 12 different credit certificates and numerous short non-credit seminars.
In addition to the instructional programs, Academic Affairs supports the Offices of Grants & Sponsored Programs, International Programs, the Gladys Marcus Library, the Presidential Scholars Program, Institutional Research and Effectiveness, Faculty Services and Faculty and Academic Program and Student Academic Support units.
The Faculty and Student Academic Support units include the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Online Learning and Academic Technologies, Academic Advising, Academic Skills Tutoring, Career and Internship Services, Internship Studies, Testing/Placement Services, and the Writing and Speaking Studio.
Together, the division embraces a culture of civility, diversity, and inclusion while working in concert with other administrative units throughout the college.