Greg Fowler Biography
Vice-President Administration

Vice-President Administration
University of Saskatchewan

Greg Fowler is passionate about service. Extensive efforts have been made and continue under his leadership to change the culture of administrative services on campus to one of “service first.” This has meant re-shaping the staffing structure to align resources behind the university’s core mission. Greg sees opportunities in the university plan to align the four top priorities of administration: service, major capital and land endowments, financial sustainability and transparency, and partnerships and relationships.

Greg has been with the University of Saskatchewan for nearly 25 years. Greg received his Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Economics in 1988 and Master of Business Administration in 1992 from the University of Saskatchewan. In 1994, he returned to the university as assistant controller of St. Thomas More College, and in 1998 became the controller. He was in this position until 2006 when he became director of operations for the University of Saskatchewan College of Nursing. In 2007, Greg was appointed director of consumer services, and served in this capacity until his appointment as vice-president administration . Greg has held the role of vice-president administration at the University of Saskatchewan since June 1, 2013.

Greg is engaged in the community as a member of the Boards of Directors, chairing the finance committees for the Saskatchewan Regional Economic Development Authority (SREDA), the Canadian Light Source (CLS), the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation, and previously for the Friendship Inn.

Greg enjoys acreage life just outside of Saskatoon where he lives with his wife and three children, three horses, three dogs and three cats.