This page contains each of Vice President Wilson’s monthly messages dating back to the initial Student Affairs Enewsletter sent in February 2014. Enjoy!

Victor K. Wilson chatting with multiple students.
March, 2018

Education from a Legacy

Last week I attended the funeral services for UGA’s first Vice President for Student Affairs, Dwight Oliver Douglas. Dr. Douglas was the VP when I was a student at UGA, and I later served alongside him as a staff member here for many years.
As a model and mentor, Dwight was someone who taught me so much, even when I didn’t always realize it. From our interactions and watching his work, I learned about empowering people, treating everyone fairly, listening more than talking, and the great value of patience. Looking back, he may not even have realized how much I and others drew from his leadership, his “pouring out vessels of knowledge.”
In our work on campus, we, too, should remember that students and others learn from us, even when we least expect it. In turn, we will learn some of our most valuable lessons without seeking to do so. I’m proud to know Dwight’s lessons will live on through me and so many others for years to come.

Victor K. Wilson's signature.

Victor K. Wilson
Vice President for Student Affairs
The University of Georgia

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

306 Memorial Hall
Athens, GA 30602


From the Tate Center Parking Deck, take the elevator to the 3 rd floor. Walk across the courtyard with the UGA bookstore on your left hand side. Take the stairs up to the street. Cross Sanford Drive. Memorial Hall will be directly in front of you. Stay on the left side of the building and walk around to the side entrance for disability access. From the side door you can take the elevator to the third floor. If an elevator is not needed walk up all the stairs on the side of Memorial Hall and turn right, there you will see Reed Quad. Walk up the steps with the columns to the main entrance of the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

For directions please call 706-542- 3564.