The university is closely tracking the spread of COVID-19 and taking measures to protect the campus community. Spring break will be extended for one week and beginning March 23, all classes will shift to online instruction until at least April 30, 2020. The situation is changing rapidly and we encourage all students, staff, and faculty to carefully read all university communications and be prepared to follow specific guidance as it arises.Learn more about interim policies, guidance and resources
About Inside Arts & Sciences
Inside ArtSci is intended to be a guide to the business and operations functions of our school and a hub for important information and announcements. Here, you will find information regarding such topics as:
- Budget and finance
- Personnel policies and procedures
- Tenure and promotion
- Committees and councils
We've compiled all of our internal policies and forms in a new Forms & Policies section to make it easier to find what you are looking for. You'll also find new resources in the site such as website and communications how-tos, guides, and service requests.
Arts & Sciences employs more than 1,000 faculty and staff, making it the university's largest group on the Danforth Campus. The office of the Dean of Faculty supports faculty and staff with long-range planning as well as day-to-day issues that arise in research, teaching, finance, administration, and recruitment. The mission of Arts & Sciences is to be a leading center for teaching, learning and research, extending the reach and effect of a liberal arts education while promoting excellence in scholarship and research. The aim of our policies and programs is to support our faculty and staff in their support of this mission, promoting a culture that values and supports differences in background and perspectives across our school.
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