Office of the Associate Provost
Dr. Lorraine Bernotsky
Philips Memorial Hall
700 South High Street
West Chester, PA 19383
Don't miss our News and Notes section below for the
latest updates from the Office of the Associate Provost!
This office reports to the Provost and provides leadership for several areas within Academic Affairs:
Students look to this office when dealing with difficult academic issues. The Special Assistant for Academic Policy handles waivers of general education requirements, Academic Recovery Plans, academic probation and dismissal, and those students who are looking to be readmitted to the university after previous academic difficulty. Students can find detailed information on the different forms that pass through our office, as well as other necessary information by clicking on the box above: Info & Resources for Students.
The Office of the Associate Provost also oversees curricular matters and is responsible for maintaining integrity with regard to the university's academic policies. This office oversees program review and assessment and first-year student scheduling, and acts as liaison to the Curriculum and Academic Policies Council (CAPC) and the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). In addition, the Associate Provost provides leadership for faculty development in order to facilitate an engaged learning environment. For more information, as well as access to a plethora of useful links, just click on the box above: Info & Resources for Faculty/Staff.
Please take a moment to review the information in our News and Notes section below. There you’ll find the most up-to-date information from our office to help you navigate through a successful semester.
Have a question for our office? Specific questions related to student matters should be directed to the Office of the Special Assistant for Academic Policy at (610) 436-3551; general matters may be directed to the Office of the Associate Provost at (610) 738-0492.
News and Notes:
As the Spring semester quickly draws to a close, please make note of the information and dates below:
Important Dates to Remember
3pm (CBPA, CHS, and COE) at Farrell Stadium.
ADA Compliance Reminders
For complete information on accommodating students with disabilities, please visit the website of the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (OSSD): http://www.wcupa.edu/ussss/ossd/.
Time and a half on exams is provided to students in the following manner:
An alternative testing/quiet test site is provided to students in the following manner:
If you have questions concerning any of the above, please feel free to contact my office by emailing Andrea Grinwis. Here’s wishing you a peaceful end to the semester as we look forward to a productive summer.