The Provost’s Office

Academic Excellence Through Education, Research & Service

We partner with the campus to ensure all students succeed and thrive, faculty and staff are supported in their research and scholarship and the campus community has the support it needs as a world-class public research university.

156 Undergrad Degree Programs

237 Graduate Degree Programs

$845.9m Research Funding

#9 Top Public Schools, National Universities U.S. News & World Report

#1 Among U.S. universities in research financed by the National Science Foundation (NSF)

658 Fulbright

23 Marshall

31 Rhodes

Faculty Resources

Resources to help faculty navigate the academic year.

Latest News

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Exploring Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

Julie Schell, assistant vice provost and director of the Office of Academic Technology, joined President Jay Hartzell at the Longhorn Family Partners Spring Meeting to discuss AI in the classroom.

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Peer mentorship: The walk and the talk to career success

The Provost’s Mentored Faculty Scholars (PMFS) program is a one-year, scholarship-focused mentoring program for tenured and tenure-track faculty at UT Austin.

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50 Years on the Forty Acres: Center for Teaching and Learning Celebrates Half a Century

For 50 years, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has served The University of Texas at Austin by supporting and collaborating with instructors and staff to create engaging and inclusive learning experiences for students.

Faculty Diversity

Fostering diversity, equity and inclusivity and acknowledging the perspectives and experiences of underrepresented groups among faculty, staff and student.

Campus Initiatives & Announcements


Provost’s Teaching Fellows Reaches 10-Year Milestone

For the past ten years, the Provost’s Teaching Fellows (PTF) program has empowered faculty at the University of Texas at Austin to actively impact the culture of teaching and learning on campus.


Upgrading Campus with Earth in Mind

Our Office of Academic Space Planning and Management works with campus partners to ensure academic space is assigned correctly, utilized effectively, reported accurately, and upgraded to be energy and environmentally efficient among other things.


UT Austin Teams With Unizin to Gain Insight Into Digital Learning Environment

UT Austin‚Äôs Academic Affairs division has joined Unizin ‚ÄĒ a non-profit, membership-based consortium of leading academic and research institutions committed to optimizing digital transformation in higher education.