Office of the Senior Vice President and Vice Provost

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Texas Tech is a great public research university where students succeed, knowledge is advanced, and global engagement is championed. The Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement (IDECE) and the Division of Undergraduate Education & Student Affairs (UESA) are committed to this vision.

IDECE strives for inclusive excellence across the university, and Texas Tech has become a national model for equity, access, social justice, and diversity in higher education. UESA is driven to increase student success and is creating an environment for students to pursue leadership opportunities, successfully transition to college, actively engage in scholarly research and find the best fit for their major and career.

The work of both divisions further illustrates that at Texas Tech, From Here, It's Possible.

Dr. Juan Munoz

Juan S. Muñoz, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President and Vice Provost

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Institutional Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement

The Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement is overseen by the Senior Vice President under the President's leadership and is responsible for developing and implementing programs and initiatives that promote a thriving and inclusive campus, "where student's succeed, knowledge is advanced, and global engagement is championed."
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Undergraduate
Education

Undergraduate Education is overseen by the Vice Provost under the Provost's leadership and champions excellence, teaching, research, and scholarship. The division creates and supports an academic environment that maximizes the opportunity for all members of the university community to pursue and achieve academic and professional success.
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Student
Affairs

Student Affairs is overseen by the Vice Provost under the Provost's leadership and promotes the advancement of knowledge, meaningful co-curricular engagement, and the development of ethical and innovative leaders. The division works with academic and support areas to encourage students to become active participants and members of the university community.
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