Provost definition

Provost means the Provost of the University;
Provost means the Provost of Widener University.
Provost means the Provost and Vice-President, Academic (UBC Vancouver), the Provost and Vice-President, Academic (UBC Okanagan), or both, as appropriate.

Examples of Provost in a sentence

  • Before denying a request for accommodation on medical grounds, the instructor will consult with the Provost and Dean.

  • Additional detailed information is on file in the Office of the Dean and Provost.

  • The Provost and Dean of the Faculty offering the course will communicate that decision to the Provost and Dean of the Faculty of registration.

  • Any student who, in the opinion of the instructor, is absent too frequently from class or laboratory periods in any course will be reported to the Provost and Dean of the Faculty offering the course (after due warning has been given).

  • On the recommendation of the Department concerned, and with the permission of the Provost and Dean of that Faculty, the student will be debarred from taking the regular examination in the course.


More Definitions of Provost

Provost means the Convener of the Council elected in terms of Section 4(1) of the Act of 1994.
Provost means the Provost of the University or the Provost’s designee.
Provost means the Provost and Vice-President (Academic);
Provost means the Provost of a College appointed under section 9 of this Act;
Provost means the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Provost means the Civic Head of the Council appointed by the Council. “Leader” means the Leader for the time being of the Council.
Provost means the Vice-President and Provost of the University or a member of the staff of the University designated by him or her;