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Associate Provost for Lifelong Learning and Student Success

Asbury Theological Seminary
Job Location:
Wilmore, Kentucky
Other Executive

Position Summary: The Associate Provost reports directly to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs and is an active participant in the administrative decision-making processes in the Office of Academic Affairs. The Associate Provost is an administrative appointment with non-tenure-track faculty status and is a member of the Academic Council. The Associate Provost supports the Provost in a subsidiary role by working with Academic units as assigned on strategic planning, program oversight, student success, compliance with accrediting bodies, and policymaking.

Essential Functions:  

Represents the Provost in ensuring the following Program institutional outcomes:

  • The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization and thriving of the current DMin program and the future online DMin program.
  • Regularly assessing the fiscal and enrollment impact of the DMin degree and delivery systems (on-line, extension sites, global deployments).
  • The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization of the Asbury Institutes, including institution-wide integration.
  • The continued and integrated progress across the entire institution of all 2023 global-related initiatives.
  • The continued progress of the Church Planting initiative.
  • The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization of the Hispanic initiatives.
  • The missional, enrollment, and economic viability optimization of the Van Tatenhove Center for Counseling.
  • Collaborate with other divisions of the Seminary to analyze and develop recommendations in response to evolving issues within the programs above
  • Assists the Provost in the Development and implementation of a Student Success Center. 
  • Represents the Provost in the supervision of the Dean of Library, Information and Technology Services
  • Oversight of student complaints and issues, in collaboration with the Manager of Academic Affairs
  • Represents the Provost institution-wide in extending the seminary's presence and influence with pastors and laity by:
    • Continually assessing the current and emerging global needs of the Church
    • Designing and recommending programs that address the technical, cultural, and adaptive challenges that clergy and laity face
    • Creating networks of alumni/ae and friends to assist peer learning and encouragement
    • Recommending multiple delivery systems for sharing the Seminary’s resources (e.g., seminary courses, webinars, social networking, institutes, conferences, etc., both on campus and regionally).


  • An earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution
  • Two to five years of prior academic leadership experience
  • Demonstrated excellence in working with faculty in developing and measuring student learning outcomes
  • Demonstrated excellence in communication, collaboration, and team management
  • Experience in college or university instruction at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels
  • Evidence of Christian commitment, active church involvement, and a strong allegiance to the seminary’s mission and vision
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