Offices & Divisions
The Vice-Chancellor is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the University accountable to University's governing body.
Office of the DVC (Academic)
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (DVC Academic) is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the activities of the Faculties and the learning support divisions of the University, and is a member of the Vice- Chancellor's Leadership Team.
- Faculty of Arts and Education
- Faculty of Business, Justice & Behavioural Sciences
- Faculty of Science
- Division of Learning and Teaching
- Division of Library Services
Office of the DVC (Students)
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC Students) is responsible for the provision of excellent services and support to our students from initial enquiry through to Alumni, and is a member of the Vice-Chancellor's Leadership Team
- Division of Student Services
- Residence Life
- Division of Student Administration
- The Advancement Office
- Division of Marketing and Communication
Office of the DVC (Research, Development & Industry)
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (DVC Research, Development & Industry) is responsible for research; research training; partnership with industry and end-users to enhance research and maximise research impact; international education; national and international education partnerships; and Indigenous education, and is a member of the Vice Chancellor's Leadership Team.
- Office of the PVC Global Engagement (Research and Partnerships)
- Office of Indigenous Affairs
University Research Centres
- Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation
- Institute for Land, Water and Society (ILWS)
- National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC)
- Public and Contextual Theology (PaCT)
Corporate Services Group
This portfolio includes the functions of Finance, Information Technology, Facilities Management and the Web Office and delivers professional services and support to the University community commanding the management and deployment of a significant asset base.
Division of Human Resources
The Division of Human Resources is responsible for providing strategic leadership and advice to the University in the development of its policies and practices, to enhance the personal and professional development of its staff, and to enable managers at all levels to optimise the performance of their staff within a dynamic environment.