Jane Tuttle, Ed.D.

Associate Vice Provost
Primary office:
132 Strong Hall


Dr. Jane Tuttle first came to the University of Kansas in 1979. In her position as Associate Vice Provost, she coordinates the parent services program, manages the University's Clery Act compliance,works with the Student Conduct and Community Standards office, Student Money Management, Student Involvement and Leadership Center and Student Affairs Assesment. Dr. Tuttle serves as a resource for faculty, students and community members.

She has worked primarily in the areas of policy development and implementation for students and student organizations. Dr. Tuttle is trained as a qualitative researcher.

While living in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Jane was an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education leadership at Western Kentucky University where she taught a graduate class on educational research methods.

Dr. Tuttle has extensive volunteer service with La Leche League International and with the Boy Scouts of America.

Dr. Tuttle received her Ed.D. in higher education administration from the University of Kansas in 1988. She earned a Master of Science in Student Personnel Administration from the State University College at Buffalo and a Bachelor of Science from Ball State University in political science, business education and secondary education.

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