- Academic Affairs
- Budget and Finance
- Chairs and Directors
- Development, Marketing, and Communications (DMC)
- Facilities and Operations
- Graduate Education
- Human Resources
- Information Technology (LSA IT)
- Instructional Support Services (ISS)
- LSA Administrative Forum
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
- Office of the Dean
- Security and Safety
- Standard Practice Guide
- Student Academic Affairs
- Undergraduate Education
- Unit Administrators
The College of LSA was founded in 1837. In its first year, the College consisted of seven students and two professors.
LSA NEO is open to all staff members in LSA — not just new employees.
The College has approximately 3000 faculty, staff, and graduate student instructors and is home to over 17,000 students.
This program is designed to give an overview of policies and benefits that are specific to LSA. We also highlight other important policies that are relevant to new LSA staff and staff that have transferred from other units.
*There are a limited number of seats available, registration is mandatory.
Please e-mail Kim Lewandowski to register.