Winthrop University: Human Resources

Division of Human Resources, Employee Diversity and Wellness

Vice President's Welcome

Division of Human Resources, Employee Diversity and WellnessWelcome to the Division of Human Resources, Employee Diversity and Wellness. Whether you are a new employee or have been a part of our Winthrop family for a while, we hope you find the information available here helpful. Our staff look forward to hearing from you and assisting you with your HR-related needs, and partnering with employees, supervisors, and leadership to make the work experience at Winthrop University positive and fulfilling. How can we help? Email us at hrhelp@winthrop.edu or call (803) 323-2273.

Each member of the Winthrop University faculty and staff plays an important role in the education of our students and in reflecting our reputation as a national model for a student-centered university experience. It is the mission of the Division of Human Resources, Employee Diversity and Wellness to provide faculty and staff with a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming work environment free from distractions to allow each employee to use their gifts, talents, knowledge, and skills in their respective areas to provide our students with a national-caliber learning experience. As we align with the overall strategic plan, the Division of Human Resources, Employee Diversity and Wellness provides a positive Human Resources experience for applicants and employees and serves as a strategic business partner for Winthrop to recruit, develop, support, train, and retain a faculty and staff who are key to the reputation and success of the institution.

To that end, the Division of Human Resources, Employee Diversity and Wellness will develop, maintain, communicate, and follow policies and strategies to advance a diverse and inclusive workforce, a collegial and satisfying work environment, fair and equitable pay practices, employment-related compliance and leadership, and the health and wellness of employees by providing the benefits and other resources necessary in a competitive workplace.

Lisa W. Cowart
Vice President for Human Resources
Employee Diversity and Wellness


HR News

Last Updated: 5/17/22