Division of University Administration

University Administration

The vice president for University Administration provides daily, direct support to the university president, oversees the Office of Institutional Compliance and Ethics, and serves as the president’s liaison with Staff Council and San Marcos city officials and for financial and contract management purposes with the Department of Athletics.

Specific responsibilities of the Office of University Administration include preparing presidential materials for The Texas State University System Board of Regents and the chancellor; managing presidential email; preparing/reviewing presidential correspondence, presentations, statements, reports, and talking points/speeches for internal and external audiences; coordinating state governmental relations; preparing materials for Legislative Sessions; preparing and managing cabinet meeting agendas; drafting minutes for president’s cabinet meetings; coordinating semi-annual Cabinet Retreats; preparing open records responses; and facilitating cross-divisional presidential projects and initiatives. 

 

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Mission

University Administration’s mission is two-fold:

  1. To solidify Texas State’s commitment to ethical behavior and compliance – to behave in ways that are consistent with our values and all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and policies that govern Texas State - through the development, implementation, evaluation, and refinement of an institutional compliance program; and
  2. To maximize academic excellence through a coordinated delivery of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEIA) initiatives that significantly impact the broad areas of (a) recruitment, enrollment, and engagement (retention) of the best, brightest, and most diversified student body, and (b) recruitment, hiring, engagement (retention), and DEIA training of the best, brightest, and most diversified body of faculty and staff.

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