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AAA stands for Academic Affairs Academic

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Learn more about areas of study, policies and procedures, faculty and student resources. For more information, contact Academic Affairs at academicaffairs@winona. edu or 507. 457. 5010.
Academic Affairs builds on the energy and academic strength of UC’s campuses to enhance the system’s educational impact. We help recruit and retain outstanding professors and provide them with the support they need to succeed. We promote excellence through programs that help prepare, recruit and support undergraduate, graduate and professional students. We manage programs that help position UC and California as engines of economic, social and cultural development.
Questions may be directed to Academic Affairs at AcademicAffairs@trinitydc. edu.
Academic Affairs is composed of six colleges and a broad array of offices that provide services and support to the university. The colleges are comprised of more than seventy-five schools and departments offering over two hundred academic programs, majors, minors, concentrations, and credential and certificate programs. Other units of Academic Affairs include:
This site will serve as a means for profiling some of the work that is underway and planned under the Office of Academic Affairs. As each new academic year progresses, we invite you to visit this site frequently and to become knowledgeable about the University of the District of Columbia. Our offices are located in Building 39, third floor, Room 301-D.
The Office of Academic Affairs at The Ohio State University's website contains information about Centers for Innovation, Targeted Investments in Excellence, international and globalization initiatives, as well as OAA business forms, handbooks and manuals, and reports, speeches, and faculty awards.