Governance and Administration

Governance at Sampoerna University provides adequate communication and full opportunity for appropriate joint planning and effort.  The governing process should provide the broadest possible exchange of information and opinion and include, where appropriate, the advice and consultation with appropriate constituencies.

Executive

The role of our executive, headed by the President, is to lead and manage the business affairs of the University and the general direction of all the academic programs of the University

Dr. Marshall Schott

PhD, History, Louisiana State University, USA

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

The president is the chief executive officer of the university and is appointed by the University Council.  The University Council grants the president the general powers and duties of supervision and management of the university’s business affairs and the general direction of all of the university’s academic programs. The president’s duties include without limitation the areas of institutional development; public and alumni relations; institutional, faculty, and educational leadership; long-range and strategic planning; student and faculty recruitment; and appointment, supervision, promotion, and dismissal of executive officers of the university.

Dr. Wahdi Yudhi

PhD, Business and Management, LaTrobe University, Australia

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

The Rector is the legal and institutional representative of the University on all matters.  The Rector presides over the University Executive as the chief administrative governing body.  The Rector is broadly responsible for ensuring the quality of the institution according to principles established by the national government and its agencies.  The Rector is also responsible for pursuing the university’s goals based on its mission, vision and Strategic Plan.

Dr. Soepriyatna

PhD, English Applied Linguistics, from Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Indonesia

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

The Vice Rector of Academic Affairs (VRAA) provides executive and administration over the University’s academic programs.  The VRAA serves as the University’s chief academic officer and provides academic direction, encourages innovation, and provides leadership to deans, directors, and faculty.  The VRAA serves as a member on the University Executive and works with other senior leaders to develop institutional objectives, budget priorities, policies and procedures, and overall planning for the day-to-day administration of the University.

Endriyani Widyastuti

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

The Vice Rector of Administration, Resources and Operations (VRARO) provides executive and administrative direction to the University’s human resources, fiscal resources, information technologies, physical facilities and general administrative services.  The VRARO serves as the Chief Financial Officer and provides administrative guidance in the development, implementation and administration of the University budget. The VRARO also provides administrative guidance in the development and planning of human resource policies and of programs designed to increase the effectiveness of University operations.  The VRARO serves as a member on the University Executive and works with other senior leaders to develop institutional objectives, budget priorities, policies and procedures, and overall planning for the day-to-day administration of the University.

Elan Merdy

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

The Vice Rector of Government and Corporate Relations (VRGCR) serves as the chief advisor for the University on governmental affairs, policies, and strategies and oversees local, provincial, and national relations for SU. The VRGCR collaborates in positioning SU and its academic programs with government and corporate officials to make use of external support to support SU’s capacity building and enrollment objectives. The VRGCR serves as a member on the University Executive and works with other senior leaders to develop institutional objectives, budget priorities, policies and procedures, and overall planning for the day-to-day administration of the University.

Dr. Lauren E. Clarke

EdD, International Education Policy, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

VRSSIR provides guidance in the planning, development and implementation of programs designed to improve the overall success of University students through developmental education, tutoring and extracurricular and co-curricular activities. The VRSSIR also manages international relationships with external educational institutions and accreditation bodies. The VRSSIR serves as a member on the University Executive and works with other senior leaders to develop institutional objectives, budget priorities, policies and procedures, and overall planning for the day-to-day administration of the University.

Dr. Marshall Schott (Acting VRES)

PhD, History, Louisiana State University, USA

Rectorate Office

+62-21-50222234

Responsibilities

The Vice Rector of Enrollment Services (VRES) provides executive and administrative direction over the University’s enrollment management programs including admissions, student recruiting, testing services and student financial services.  VRES provides guidance and leadership in the planning and development of strategies and programs designed to realize the University’s enrollment goals.  The VRES serves as a member on the University Executive and works with other senior leaders to develop institutional objectives, budget priorities, policies and procedures, and overall planning for the day-to-day administration of the University