Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs


The Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and University Provost is the chief academic officer for the University and has the leadership and oversight responsibility for academic strategic planning as well as the implementation of academic programs of the University. The Vice Chancellor is responsible for academic and student-related policy development, as well as providing significant input in fiscal planning as it relates to all academic matters.


Antioch University is a national university with strong progressive values and a long history of engagement in social justice since its founding in 1852.  It is focused on adult learners with graduate level programs in multiple disciplines including psychology, counseling, family therapy, environmental studies, management, leadership and change, education, and fine arts.   Antioch also offers bachelor degree completion programs in liberal studies.


As a member of the Chancellor’s staff, the Vice Chancellor advises the Chancellor on academic matters and works collaboratively with other members of the Chancellor’s Executive Team and the University Leadership Council. The Vice Chancellor co-chairs the University Academic Council with an elected faculty representative and chairs the Council of Chief Academic Officers.  In addition, the Vice Chancellor provides staff support to the Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Governors.


The Vice Chancellor is responsible for all operations of the university related to academic leadership, curriculum, assessment, student success, academic personnel management, budget planning, and fiscal management for the Academic Affairs. The Vice Chancellor has direct supervision responsibilities for all Provosts, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Student Success, and the Director of Institutional Effectiveness.


The chosen candidate must have Earned doctorate or terminal degree in one’s field from an accredited institution of higher education required; have eight (8) years of progressively responsible academic leadership experience at more than one accredited institution of higher learning and within a multi-campus environment, with at least 5 years of experience at the dean level or higher level required; five years of successful teaching experience or equivalent in an accredited institution of higher learning; a thorough understanding and commitment to both liberal arts, graduate, and professional education required.


To view the complete list of duties, responsibilities, education and experience requirements, and to apply, go to the Antioch University website, and view the employment page of the resource section of the website. Qualified applicants are required to submit a letter of interest, resume and the names and contact information of three references.


The review process for applications will begin July 2, 2018. Applicants will continue to be received until the position is filled.


Antioch University provides equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected classification.