VP-AA Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and Responsibilities. The Vice-President for Academic Affairs shall have the
following non-exclusive duties and responsibilities:
- Act as the chief academic officer of the University, plan, monitor and evaluate various academic programs, and design strategies to encourage and promote new programs to improve existing programs and to sustain educational change and innovation.
- Coordinate and supervise all the Colleges and Services under him/her to make sure that the program objectives are accomplished efficiently and effectively.
- Supervise the deans, directors, faculty, registrar, librarian, staff and coordinators for planning, research, and extension; and the implementation of academic programs, faculty formation and development, student admissions and recruitment, institutional testing, and library development.
- Consolidate and submit schedule of classes for each term to the University President.
- Provide leadership and guidance to all academic areas in the University, and act as the resource person in determining priorities within the units under these academic areas.
- Review the annual budget requests of various colleges and offices under him/her, and submit to the appropriate office.
- Review and recommend approval of the position and residency hours of faculty.
- Chair the meetings for the purpose of deliberating the hiring/permanency/promotion/extension of a faculty member nominated, and submit recommendations to the President.
- Assist the President in resolving questions regarding the interpretation of academic policies.
- Chair the Technical Panel on the Faculty Manual for formulation and interpretation of policies.
- Coordinate faculty orientation, general assembly, recognition, and annual faculty fellowship.
- Recommend approval of faculty development grant and prepare individual contracts for grantees.
- Interview all deans and directors on their needs, suggestions, and plans.
- Recommend approval of faculty members’ permission to teach outside the University in accordance with the Civil Service Commission, and office rules and regulations.
- Recommend requests for tuition waiver for qualified children of the faculty.
- Coordinate the Freshmen’s Orientation Program, Foundation Week, and other similar activities.
- Promote smooth interpersonal relations and intelligent work experience in the University.
- Perform such other duties and responsibilities analogous, germane, or related to and/or implied from the above enumeration of duties and responsibilities.