Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic)’s responsibility for University Budget

In accordance with the Provostial model adopted by McGill in 2007, the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) is in charge of both academic planning and the University Budget as well as ensuring that University resources are aligned with strategic academic priorities.

Strategic planning and budgeting

The University Budget is an expression of academic priorities that are established through McGill’s strategic planning process and aligns resources to these academic priorities. This activity involves a systematic process in which resources are determined for a set of activities that will fulfill particular objectives. The University priorities and objectives are outlined in ASAP 2012: Achieving Strategic Academic Priorities.

For more information about McGill’s strategic plan, visit the ASAP 2012 website. For more information and links to budget processes, visit the Budget Office website.