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ROCKLAND: 845.358.1710
MANHATTAN: 212.625.0500

 

 

ACADEMICS

Office of the Provost

Welcome to the webpage of the Office of the Provost.

The Office of the Provost gives general oversight to all of the academic programs of the institution and this page of the website will allow you to access academic and strategic plans of the College, accreditation self studies, faculty publications and the Faculty Handbook.  It provides links as well to the various schools of Nyack, the Nyack College catalogues and the Factbook published by the Office of Institutional Research.

We are excited about the strength of Nyack's academic programs, the dedication of its faculty and the commitment of the faculty and staff to the Mission and Core Values of Nyack.  As a Christian institution of higher education, Nyack's education combines the rigor of academia with the understanding provided by God's Word.  The following link, the provost's recent interview with WMCA, will give you more insight into the type of education that Nyack College delivers.

Should you have any questions about our programs, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Dr. David F. Turk
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Bennett Schepens
Assistant Provost for Institutional Research and Professional Programs

Ms. Bonita D'Amil
Administrative Assistant, Office of the Provost
 
Audio Interview with NYACK Provost Dr. David Turk
[Download MP3 (3MB)]
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