Provost Anne D'Alleva
As Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Anne D’Alleva serves as UConn’s chief academic officer, with responsibility for all academic units and operations.
Dr. D'Alleva was named permanent provost by President Maric effective December 1, 2022. Prior to her appointment in May 2022 as interim provost, Dr. D’Alleva served as Dean of the School of Fine Arts since 2015. She is the first woman to serve as provost in UConn’s history.
The provost oversees UConn's 14 schools and colleges, as well as its four regional campuses. The Provost's Office plays a leading role in strategic planning; the development of academic policies and procedures; academic program creation, implementation, accreditation, and assessment; student success initiatives; graduate education; interdisciplinary academic initiatives; libraries and resources for teaching and research; information technology systems and services; academic operations; and academic personnel management, including tenure and promotion and annual evaluations.
As provost, Dr. D’Alleva has created new initiatives to promote holistic student success for both undergraduates and graduate students; faculty excellence across teaching, research, and engagement; and institutional innovation to support UConn’s dynamic growth as a leading national research university.
Health Sciences & Interdisiplinary Initiatives
Undergraduate Education & Student Success
Vice Provost for Student Success