The Office of the Provost

The Office of the Provost, under the leadership of Provost Daniel Myers, encompasses Marquette University’s 12 colleges and schools, libraries, Division of Student Affairs, and Information Technology Services.

The provost and his staff’s breadth of responsibly includes coordinating the campus’ strategic planning endeavors; cultivating a learning experience that challenges and engages students while inspiring faculty research, scholarship and service; ensuring academic program quality; and encouraging the development of new and dynamic programs. With the guidance of the provost and his staff, our students’ high-quality educational experience will be upheld, and they will receive the necessary academic support services to be successful. Furthermore, under the leadership of the provost, a talented and diverse student body and faculty will be recruited and retained. The provost and his staff fully support and engage in shared governance.

Entrusted with living our mission based on the four pillars of excellence, faith, leadership and service, and driven by our vision and Guiding Values, we will strive in every way imaginable to ensure Marquette graduates will be problem-solvers and agents for change in a complex world. So in the spirit of St. Ignatius and Father Jacques Marquette, they are ready to “go and set the world on fire."

Our faculty, students and staff strive every day to Be The Difference in making our campus, city, country and world a better place.


Dr. Daniel J. MyersDr. Daniel J. Myers, professor of sociology, is the provost of Marquette University. Assuming the position on July 1, 2015, he is the university’s second ranking officer and the chief academic officer, responsible for all aspects of the academic mission of the university.

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