Student Affairs Leadership
The Department of Student Affairs is located in 425 Wells Hall.
Dr. Robertson is the Vice President for Student Affairs at Murray State University. He has previously held administrative and teaching positions at Marshall University, Georgia Southwestern College, and the University of Tennessee. Dr. Robertson received his bachelor of science degree from the University of North Carolina, his master's degree from the University of Tennessee, and his doctorate from West Virginia University. He has been at Murray State University since the fall semester of 1991.
- Jen Caldwell
- Student Conduct and Special Projects
Peggy Whaley is the assistant director of the Office of Student Engagement and Success at Murray State University. In this role, Mrs. Whaley leads retention and student success initiatives. Mrs. Whaley came to Murray State in 2012 with academic degrees from Colorado State University. She has been a student success advocate in higher education for over 14 years. Since her arrival at Murray State, Mrs. Whaley has been teaching and advising first-year students and working collaboratively with academic and student affairs to implement a student success seminar. Mrs. Whaley has published scholarly articles, received a number of grants, and presented at state and national conferences on her student success seminar collaborations. Mrs. Whaley enjoys the opportunity to help college students explore their opportunities for success and resolve issues and habits that may be barriers to reaching their goals and dreams.
Division Directors and Coordinators
- Amy Cox
- Director AIMS I & II
- Adventures in Math and Science (AIMS)
- Jennifer Caldwell
- Coordinator of Student Conduct and Special Projects