Senior Vice President for Administration

The University of Wisconsin System is a statewide system of 13 four-year campuses, 13 two-year campuses and a statewide Extension.  The UW System enrolls approximately 181,000 students.  The position of Senior Vice President was created in 2005 following a recommendation resulting from an independent review of the UW System's administrative structure. 

The Senior Vice President for Administration serves as the chief operating officer of the UW System and reports to the President.  The position is responsible for overall strategic planning, management, and guidance of operational aspects of the UW System Administration. The Senior Vice President oversees the following functions:

Senior Vice President for Administration

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)

Note: Until the Vice President for Finance position is filled, Financial Administration, Budget and Planning, and Trust Funds will report to the Senior Vice President for Administration.