University Administration 

Overseeing the University of Illinois system is the Board of Trustees and the U of I president. Along with the chancellor/vice president of each of the campuses, the board and president keep the University competitive, growing and fully committed to its core missions of education, research, public service, and economic development.

Also crucial to the effective administration of the University are the senior staff, including the vice presidents for academic affairs, finance, health affairs, and research, as well as the heads of the offices of University Counsel, Governmental Relations, and University Relations.

The units within University Administration provide vital services and support – such as business and financial services, IT, facilities planning, auditing, legal counsel – to the campuses and their students, faculty, and staff.

Visit the Administration Services page for a more complete listing of offices and services within University Administration.

Together the campuses and administration operate as a team with an overarching objective: to make the University of Illinois "best in class" in research, education, public service, economic development, health care, and its other vital missions.