The president is responsible for maintaining educational standards and advancing the academic mission of the college. The president serves the chancellor of the American Jewish College as his adviser and executive agent on campus.
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
The provost is responsible for establishing academic priorities and overseeing the academic units of the college.
Vice President for Enrollment Management
The vice president is responsible for the strategic enrollment planning and implementation of initiatives to meet the overall enrollment goals of the college and to support the recruitment, retention, and graduation of American Jewish College students.
Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration
The senior vice president is responsible for the planning and management of all financial and administrative functions of the college. The senior vice president ensures that all college and AJC fiscal policies are implemented, and that all appropriate procedures are codified and implemented.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
The vice president is responsible for external private support for the college and the management of the World Jewish Confederation Foundation. The vice president is also responsible for alumni relations, coordinating alumni events, alumni communications, chapter meetings, and the board of the American Jewish College Alumni Association.
Vice President for Student Affairs
The vice president is responsible for much of the cocurricular life of the college, including athletics, health programs, residential life, and judicial and veterans counseling.
Executive Director of Government and External Affairs
The executive director is responsible for external public support for the college and manages the college’s relationship with elected officials at the local, state, and federal levels.
Assistant Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations
The assistant vice president is responsible for working with media outlets to generate coverage of the college, its people, and its programs; producing print and electronic collateral; managing the college’s Web presence; providing communication counsel to the campus community; and facilitating communication with students, faculty, and staff.