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Administration – Vice Presidencies

UAGM’s central administration is organized by Vice Presidencies that respond directly to the president of the institution, and whose main function is to lend support to administrative, academic, and student affairs.

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Executive Vice Presidency of Operations

The main function of the Executive Vice Presidency is to provide leadership to the executive personnel at Universidad Ana G. Méndez (UAGM), and to support the directives of the president intended to achieve the institution’s mission. This Vice Presidency is responsible for continually improving the university’s operational structure and implementing effective business models.

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Vice Presidency of Academic Affairs (VPAA)

The Vice Presidency of Academic Affairs (VPAA) is the unit responsible for supervising all aspects related to teaching processes and the academic performance of students.

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Vice Presidency of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (VPPIE)

The main function of the Vice Presidency of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (VPPIE) is to coordinate all planning processes at the strategic, programmatic, and operational levels of Universidad Ana G. Méndez (UAGM) and its academic institutions.

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Vice Presidency of Marketing and Student Affairs

Aside from promoting amongst different publics the educational attributes and the contribution that UAGM makes to the development of Puerto Rico, the Vice Presidency of Marketing and Student Affairs oversees enrollment processes and provides services to students by integrating innovative solutions and technological systems that support recruitment efforts, admissions, enrollment, financial aid, the students’ quality of life, sports, and other areas.  For more information, click here.

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Vice Presidency of Telecommunications and Academic Technology

The Vice Presidency of Telecommunications and Academic Technology is responsible for all aspects related to integrating technological innovations to academia, to student services, and to administrative services. For more information, click here.

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Vice Presidency of Human Resources

The Vice Presidency of Human Resources is committed to offering excellent service to the university community and achieving the maximum development of our human talent. Our work centers around effectively responding to the needs of our university in terms of recruitment, growth, and retention of capable human resources in all units of the organization. For more information, click here.

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Vice Presidency of Administrative Affairs

The Vice Presidency of Administrative Affairs coordinates the operation of all physical facilities and the administrative services of our university. 

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Vice Presidency of International Affairs

Through innovative local and international alliances in the public, private, and academic sectors, UAGM is working to develop strong programs that significantly contribute to the economic growth and technological development of Puerto Rico, all while fostering a global perspective in our students and faculty.  For more information, click here.

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Vice Presidency of Finance

The Vice Presidency of Finance manages and registers all financial activities of the organization by developing planning and evaluation mechanisms that help strengthen the university’s fiscal position. This includes initiatives that foster positive financial results, better liquidity, debt control, and the diversification of sources of income.  For more information, click here.

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Internal Audit Office

The work of the Internal Audit Office centers on verifying existing control procedures for administrative operations to ensure that they comply with all norms and regulation of the institution, as well as with all applicable laws of Puerto Rico and the United States.  For more information, click here.