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President's Office

Administration Building
Room 105
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3151
Moscow, ID 83844-3151
Phone: (208) 885-6365

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University Leadership

The President is responsible for the management of the university and all its departments, including the operation of the physical plant and the administration of the university's business activities.

The offices which report directly to the President include the following:

  • Provost and Executive Vice President
    The provost, as the chief academic and budget officer, administers the academic program (instruction and research in schools and other unaffiliated units) and University services in support of the academic program (student affairs, libraries, information resources, and institutional planning).

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  • Executive Director for Planning and Budget
    The executive director for planning and budget leads the new Office of Planning and Budget's strategic, operational and capital planning processes, and creates a sustainable budgeting model for the university. The executive director is responsible for: monitoring performance against budgets; advising and guiding university leadership on strategic resource allocation; developing and advising on long- and short-term institutional planning; and providing information and research to support decision making and strategic planning. 

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  • Vice President for Research
    The vice president for research is responsible for fulfilling the mission of the university research office by providing academic and administrative leadership to foster, support and inspire scholarly activity; oversee ethical, managerial and regulatory compliance of scholarly activities; and ensure dissemination and application of scholarly activities.

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  • Vice President for University Advancement
    The vice president for university advancement is responsible for four departments: University Foundation, Office of Development, Alumni Association, and University Communications and Marketing. The vice president is responsible for planning, coordinating, and managing the gift procurement programs of the university; leading the university's outreach, promotional and public affairs initiatives; and overseeing strategies for reaching and engaging all University of Idaho alumni, donors, and other valued constituents to foster lifelong connections.

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  • Director of Athletics
    The Director of Athletics is responsible for the leadership, management and advocacy of 16 Division I athletic programs. The Director of Athletics represents, strategically plans, directs and positions each program within guidelines established by the University of Idaho, NCAA, and Western Athletic Conference.

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  • Vice President for Finance and Administration
    The vice president for finance and administration is responsible to the president for exercising the university’s fiduciary responsibilities through management of financial policy and systems, financial controls, internal audit, research administration, risk management, public safety, information technology systems and services, human resources, procurement, financial analysis and planning and educational ventures.

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  • General Counsel
    The general counsel is responsible to the president of the university for the provision of legal services to the university and other units. The general counsel ensures the appropriate use of legal services within the areas of responsibility of all university departments and serves as legal adviser to the board of regents, the university president, the board of trustees and all other administrators and units of the university.

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  • Diversity and Human Rights
    The Director of Human Rights, Access & Inclusion provides professional and authoritative advice with respect to University matters that concern discrimination, diversity, equity and harassment. The position focuses on equitable educational, employment and workplace access and opportunities through ensuring compliance with civil rights legislation in concert with developing and implementing policies and strategies that integrate diversity and human rights into the University’s strategic goals. 

    The Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity and Community facilitates and oversees diversity-related curriculum transformation and development and teaching in partnership with faculty, staff and students. The position coordinates existing campus-wide committees to address issues of diversity and equity. They assist the president, provost and university community in accomplishing diversity goals and creating a campus climate that values diversity as a defining characteristic of the learning community.

    Learn more about the Director of Human Rights