Office of the Provost for Institutional Management
The Office of the Provost for Institutional Management supports and oversees the University’s relations with affiliated institutions. Additionally, it supports the University’s leadership and units in legal affairs, future heritage development, promoting philanthropy, fundraising, and online continuing education and English courses.
About the Provost for Institutional Management
It’s the authority tasked with linking the University with associated organizations and has specific functions in institutional management and development.
Units of the Office of the Provost for Institutional Management
Offices of Management Control, Studies & Estate Development
The unit that leads the annual budget process and controls the expenses of the University’s offices, as well as advising the leadership on tracking performance indicators.
Office of Legal Affairs
A unit that supports the work of the University’s leadership and units in legal issues that come up during the institution’s day-to-day activities.
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Office of Studies & Estate Development
The unit manages heritage assets as well as those that will lead to the University’s future growth. Supports the development and future projection of UC through:
Office of Projects & Philanthropy
The unit in charge of preparing, updating, and analyzing relevant information to manage the University’s reserve funds. It must also support the University’s leadership and units in fundraising and financing, promoting philanthropy and special projects.
Office of Continuing Education
A unit whose mission is to deliver a lifelong learning experience to people who have embarked on a professional career but want to acquire new skills, especially as it relates to technology, stay up-to-date on their expertise, pick up new knowledge or grow in faith.
Office of the Alumni Association
The unit that strengthens the University's bond with its former students, maintaining constant contact, offering them opportunities for growth and participation in the institution’s development.
The unit in charge of teaching English to undergraduate and graduate students. It provides continuous training services to internal units, external organizations and the general public, in addition to special services related to the English language.