The Office of the Provost
Welcome to the Office of the Provost! We dedicate our imagination and energy toward helping the faculty to make the Philadelphia University experience for students the best it can possibility be, and we strive to continuously improve what we do in that regard.
For more than a hundred and twenty years, Philadelphia University has been recognized for its professional programs. Today, with our highly successful model for comprehensive career-oriented/liberal arts education, the University's strength lies in its interdisciplinary, global programs which are technology rich.
Philadelphia University's faculty are our greatest resource, as they bring to the classroom active professional lives that inform their teaching with real-world knowledge and expertise. They also engage in leading edge research and design projects that offer opportunities for students to work side-by-side with their professors. The overarching goal of our faculty is to help students become leaders in their professions.
In each of the University's programs, the liberal arts and sciences have a key role. They provide students with the tools the need to understand the social, economic, political and environmental context of rapidly changing and increasingly demanding professions and their responsibilities as citizens of the world.
The history of this institution is one of responsive, innovative change but also one that is focused on quality and a relentless attention to improving what we offer. In an age where technological advances take place at breakneck speed, indelibly altering the fabric of our lives, we continue to expand our leadership position in a multitude of fields — thus ensuring that our students are prepared for a successful life of continuous learning as they take their place as productive members of a global society.
We invite you to explore our website for more information about our programs, faculty and students, and are quite certain that as you learn more about us, you'll be as excited about our work here at Philadelphia University as we are.
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