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.
October, 2014

Coming Home

As you have probably noticed, Homecoming weekend at UGA is much earlier than usual this year. I always enjoy the weeklong festivities, including the carnival on Legion Field and crowning of the King and Queen at the Saturday game. I am looking forward to our time together with alumni and friends as we celebrate another fabulous Homecoming week.

I always tell our staff that part of our goal on campus and in the residence halls is to help students feel at home. I strongly believe that we all need to feel comfortable in our homes, and UGA is a home for our students. Students who feel comfortable and supported in our learning environment will be more engaged and can achieve at their highest potential. We all play an important role in creating a welcoming community. When we each do our part and remember the importance of “home” in our life, homecoming is something that happens for our students every day.

Be well,

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.