Guy C. Colarulli, associate provost and dean of undergraduate studies for 17 years, has overall responsibility for the University’s undergraduate enrollment management. He has supervisory responsibility for the All-University Curriculum, the University honors program, admissions, financial aid, registrar functions, institutional research, the International Center, the English Language Institute, the Center for Reading and Writing, and Learning Plus (learning disabilities support program). In addition, Colarulli oversees degree completion programs and alternative scheduling (Summerterm, Saturdayterm, and Winterterm).
A member of the University community since 1977, Colarulli is a tenured faculty member in politics and government. He served as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1987 to 1993 before taking on his current position.
Colarulli received a PhD in political science from American University. In addition to articles on political interest groups and public policy, he has written and made numerous presentations on curriculum, teaching, and learning issues.