Academic administration is a branch of G. D. College employees responsible for the maintenance and supervision of the institution and separate from the faculty or academic, although some personnel do have joint responsibilities. Some type of separate administrative structure exists at almost all academic institutions. Many senior administrators are academics who have advanced degrees and no longer teach or conduct research, and no longer teach or conduct research.
Key broad administrative responsibilities (and thus administrative units) in G. D. College include
» Supervision of academic affairs such as hiring, promotion, tenure, and evaluation (with faculty input where appropriate);
» Maintenance of official records;
» Maintenance and audit of financial flows and records;
» Maintenance and construction of campus buildings (the physical plant);
» Maintenance of the campus grounds;
» Safety and security of people and property on the campus;
» Maintenance and construction Supervision and support of campus computers and network (information technology);
» Fundraising from private individuals and foundations ("development" or "advancement")
» Research administration (including grants and contract administration, and institutional compliance with central and state regulations)
» Public affairs (including relations with the media, the community, and local, state, and federal governments)
» Student services such as disability services,
» career counselling and library staff.
The chief executive, the administrative and educational head of a college dependent on tradition and location, is termed the rector.
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