Kristi Kuntz leads efforts to ensure the quality and relevance of academic programs and to provide support to students as they explore academic pathways and options.
Kristi Kuntz is Associate Provost for Academic Programs and Policies and Executive Director of the Campus Center for Advising and Academic Services. She provides leadership and coordination in the realm of academic programs and policies, reporting to the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Innovation. In addition, she convenes the Council of Undergraduate Deans, oversees the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and serves as a Provost’s Office representative in university and campus policy conversations on a range of subjects (e.g., academic policy development and implementation, and transfer course articulation). She also serves as the Executive Director of the Campus Center for Advising and Academic Services, which includes three units: the Division of General Studies, an enrollment unit for the campus’ 3,000 undeclared majors; the National and International Scholarships Program, which cultivates applicants for prestigious scholarship competitions; and Pre-Law Advising Services, which supports undergraduates seeking admission to law school.