The Executive Administration structure is comprised of the Board of Trustees, the President, and the President’s Cabinet. The President’s Cabinet includes the school’s president, provost, acting chief operating officer, chief financial officer, director for development, dean of students, faculty president, and the chair of the strategic planning committee.
The office of Academic Affairs is comprised of the provost, the deans, directors, department chairs, and faculty of each program (Undergraduate Studies, Adult Studies, Graduate and Professional Studies, the Betty M. Dean School of Nursing and A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary), Institutional Research and Assessment, the Center for Excellence in Learning Technology (CELT), the Registrar’s Office, and Library Services.
Business Services is comprised of Campus Safety, Auxiliary Services, Corporate Finance, Facilities, Food Service, Human Resources, Information Technology, Mail & Copy Services, and Legal Matters. Business Services is also responsible for the bookstore and "Bean Scene", Simpson's own coffee-house. The Business Services Department aims to provide Christ-centered, high quality, customer-focused service to the Simpson University community as well as progressive, prudent and efficient management of the university's assets.
The Advancement Office is comprised of university relations which include alumni and parent relations, fundraising, strategic partnerships, strategic initiatives, and events. The advancement team is focused on the above priorities which help ensure we can reach and serve students as well as the communities we serve now and in the future. We do this through relationship-building, endowment creation and stewardship, messaging, and public relations. Find out how you can support Simpson at http://simpsonu.edu/support.
Student Development is comprised of Residence Life (housing, resident assistants, programs, and climbing wall), Spiritual Formation (chapel, missions, mentoring, and community service), Student Accountability (conduct and amnesty), Student Engagement (orientation, First Year Experience class, activities, commuter services, clubs, student government, and intramural sports), the Wellness Center (health clinic, programs, and counseling services) the Academic Success Center (tutoring, accommodations, testing, workshops, and study groups), and the Veterans Success Center (VA verification, vet support and services). In addition, Student Development is responsible for leading campus wide retention efforts and Title IX training and compliance.
The Office of Enrollment Management is comprised of Admissions, Admissions Communication and Data Management, Retention Services, and Student Financial Services. This team takes a systematic, relational, and strategic approach (in recruitment, matriculation and retention), and is committed to continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence.