The Provost supervises all of the educational programs offered by the College, including baccalaureate degree programs, graduate programs leading to the master's degree, two-year programs leading to associate's degrees, and programs for which a certificate of completion is awarded. Learning opportunities designed to augment and expand formal classroom instruction are also provided.
Students may follow the requirements of the Elmira College Bulletin in effect in which they first enroll, or, for transfer students, the Bulletin of their graduating class. Additionally, if a program is revised, a student can graduate by following either the old or new requirements.
Questions, concerns, and comments about academic programs, services or regulations may be addressed to Office of the Provost in McGraw Hall Room 106, (607) 735-1804, or the Office of the Registrar, McGraw Hall Room 113, (607) 735-1895, where every effort will be made to assist students in their progress toward a degree.