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19 July 2007
Dr. Timothy King Named Associate VP for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs

Dr. Timothy King

On July 16, 2007, Dr. Timothy King began his new position as the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Jacksonville State University. In that role, Dr. Timothy King leads a team of directors representing the areas of Admissions, Counseling and Career Services, Career Placement Services, Disability Support Services, Financial Aid, Recreational Sports, Student Health Center, Student Life, University Housing, and University Police.

Dr. King is also responsible for developing and implementing a strategic enrollment management plan to achieve JSUís objective of recruiting and matriculating a diverse body of 10,000 students. In addition, he will collaborate with the Student Affairs team, campus partners, and key stakeholders to foster robust retention programs and services for JSU students.

Furthermore through active participation in professional associations, scholarly activities, and community service, Dr. King and the Student Affairs team will insure that JSU students receive the highest quality of service and maintain JSUís reputation as the Friendliest Campus in the South.

Before coming to Jacksonville State University, Dr. King was the Director of Learning Enhancement & Academic Development at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio. Prior to this Dr. King held professional positions in Student and Academic Affairs at the University of Arkansas, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

He earned a doctorate of philosophy in Counselor Education at The University of Alabama, a masterís of science in Counseling & Human Development at Troy State University, and a bachelor of arts in Philosophy from St. Josephís Seminary College in St. Benedict, Louisiana.

Dr. King and his wife Beth are Montgomery natives. Mrs. King attended Auburn University, and she is a certified early education and special education teacher. Dr. and Mrs. King have three children: Alex (10), Davis (7), and Olivia (3). The family resides in Jacksonville.

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