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Midway University welcomes new VP of Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Heath Morgan

MIDWAY, Ky. — Midway University welcomes Dr. Heath Morgan as the New Vice President of Student Affairs & Dean of Students.

Dr. Morgan is a seasoned student affairs administrator with over 20 years of higher education experience. He is well-versed in Clery Compliance and Title IX regulations. Dr. Morgan believes that a vibrant campus community starts with student involvement. This includes participation in groups, organizations, and athletics, as well as having opportunities for participation in co-curricular programming and experiential learning.

“Dr. Morgan joined Midway University at an exciting enrollment growth and campus expansion time. His extensive record of success at Missouri Valley College will serve Midway University well as we continue to grow,” said Dr. John P. Marsden, President of Midway University. “Dr. Morgan also greatly understands the importance of engaging students and enhancing the student experience.”

“I am very excited to be at Midway working with Dr. Marsden and his team,” said Dr. Morgan. “Midway University has seen substantial increases in enrollment over the past 7 years with their entrepreneurial growth mindset. It is a place that has a great future, and I am ready to do my part to foster an amazing student experience for the campus community.”

Dr. Morgan earned his Ed.D. in Instructional Leadership from Lindenwood University. In addition, he has a Master of Arts in Education Administration from Lindenwood University and a Bachelor of Science in History from Lambuth University.

As part of Dr. Morgan’s past experiences and responsibilities, he oversaw student housing, residence life, Greek life, student activities, intramurals, public safety and campus security, student health services, student success and an academically at-risk living-learning community. In his previous employment, he had the opportunity to bring multiple residential facilities and a new student center online. He authored the institution’s first Crisis Response Plan and was part of a team that secured grants to support student success.

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