Brother Victor K. Wilson, Georgia Renaissance, was elected to the Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities’ Council on Student Affairs on Monday, Nov. 9.
Wilson is the University of Georgia’s vice president for student affairs. He has served on Sigma Phi Epsilon’s National Board of Directors since Sept. 3, 2015.
The Council on Student Affairs provides forums for discussions and dissemination of information on issues related to the college student experience. It works within APLU to enhance institutional effectiveness and the student experience. Wilson will serve on the Council November 2015-November 2018.
Founded in 1887, APLU is North America’s oldest higher education association with member institutions in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and four U.S. territories, as well as Canada and Mexico.
Brother Wilson is a higher education professional who understands the importance of the out-of-classroom experience and the holistic development of college students today. He has been a powerful advocate for SigEp from within the higher education community.
Wilson oversees a student affairs division of 19 departments and nearly 700 staff members at the University of Georgia. He serves on the President’s Cabinet, the Provost Advisory Council, the Senior Advisory Group and is a member of the University Council.
Brother Wilson has served SigEp as a chapter counselor, Balanced Man Steward, and faculty fellow at the Georgia Delta Residential Learning Community and South Carolina Zeta Chapter. He was a member of the Faculty Fellow and RLC Task Forces and a facilitator at Carlson Leadership Academies, in addition to his current position as a National Director.