Administration

The University of Illinois is a public research university, ultimately responsible to the citizens of Illinois and the Illinois General Assembly. Authority over the University is held by a Board of Trustees. A president is the chief executive officer for the university system, and each of three campuses is headed by a chancellor, vice chancellors who have campuswide responsibilities, and other administrators whose duties are delegated by the chancellor.

Urbana Campus Administration

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Chancellor,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Vice President,
University of Illinois

The chancellor is the chief executive officer of the campus. The Office of the Chancellor has the all-encompassing goal of ensuring the overall excellence of the Urbana-Champaign campus. Vice chancellors, associate chancellors, and directors report directly to the chancellor.

About Phyllis Wise

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Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

The provost is the chief academic and budget officer for the campus. The office oversees academic and budgetary policy and priorities, ensures the quality of the faculty and student body, and maintains educational excellence. All deans and directors of academic units report to the provost.

About Ilesanmi Adesida

Reporting to the Provost

All colleges and instructional units, as well as the following academic and administrative units

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Peter Schiffer

Vice Chancellor for Research

Policymaking and oversight responsibility for all aspects of the University's research mission.


Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Research
Renee Romano

C. Renee Romano

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs is responsible for the student experience at Illinois, from housing and dining to student organizations and healthcare.

Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
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Dan Peterson

Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement

Responsible for ensuring the integration and coordination of the development, alumni relations and marketing/communications functions of the campus that will lead to strong constituent relationships and generate significant private financial resources for the University.

Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement

Office of the Campus Senate

The Senate is the legislative body of the campus. It is composed of 200 faculty and 50 students and sets educational policies, such as admission and graduation requirements, the academic calendar, etc.