Academic Programming & Budget
The office of Academic Programming and Budget is responsible for strategic and budgetary planning for academic units, working closely with department chairs and directors of academic institutes, centers and programs, as well as academic managers, to set priorities, determine their unit’s budgetary needs and plan new academic initiatives. Katherine T. Rohrer has served as Vice Provost for Academic Programs since October 2001.
The Vice Provost for Academic Planning reviews requests for new academic projects submitted for consideration by the Academic Planning Group. The Vice Provost also reviews fund-raising requests from academic units and prioritizes the Development Table of Needs for academic units. The Vice Provost serves as the Secretary to the Priorities Committee of Princeton University.
Reporting to the Vice Provost for Academic Planning: