Vice Chancellor Bruce R. Schultz
Vice Chancellor Bruce R. Schultz serves as a member of the chancellor's cabinet and has administrative responsibility for all Student Affairs departments and units.
Dr. Schultz began his professional career in student affairs at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) in 1992 as the administrative coordinator of Residence Life. In 1995, he became the Associate Dean of Students and in 2005 the Dean of Students and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Development. In June 2010, he was appointed Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.
Dr. Schultz earned a bachelor's degree in International Business and German from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and a Master of Education in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Ball State University. He received his doctorate in Educational and Organizational Leadership from the University of La Verne.
For his professional service and leadership, Dr. Schultz has received the following recognitions: the Thomas M. Mangoon Excellence in Counseling Award from the American College Personnel Association; the UAA Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Outstanding Contributions to Students, in Outstanding Collaboration among University Departments, and in Exemplary Group Achievement; and Top 40 under 40 recipient from the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and the Alaska Journal of Commerce.
Dr. Schultz's current professional interests include transforming the transition to college experience for first-year students, creating synergy among student engagement and multicultural student programs, building staff capacity for innovation and change, and building collaborative programs between administrative services, academic affairs, university advancement and student affairs to transform the total educational experience of students.
Associate Vice Chancellor Lora Volden
Lora Volden, Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Services, oversees Admissions, Military & Veteran Student Services, New Student Recruitment, the Office of Financial Aid, the Office of the Registrar, and Student Information Services.
Lora has worked at the University of Alaska Anchorage since 2001, serving previously as the Director of New Student Orientation and as the University Registrar. With over 25 years of experience in higher education, Lora has worked at institutions in Colorado, Idaho and Minnesota. As a first-generation college student, Lora is passionate about removing barriers and simplifying processes for students.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology from St. Cloud State University, Minnesota in 1992 and a Master of Counseling in Student Affairs and College Counseling from Idaho State University in 1997.
Dean of Students Ben Morton
Ben Morton, Dean of Students, supervises the Multicultural Center, Native Student Services, Disability Support Services, Student Health and Counseling Center, Department of Residence Life, Student Conduct and Ethical Development, as well as the UAA CARE Team.
Ben previously served as the Associate Dean of Students at Saint Louis University (2015-2017), Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct at the University of Memphis (2011-2014), and the Assistant Dean of Students and Assistant Director of Student Conduct at the University of Illinois (2006-2011).
Ben earned bachelor's degrees from Clarion University in 1996, a Master of Arts in Geography from West Virginia University in 1999, and a Master of Science in Higher Education from Florida State University in 2001. He has also completed coursework and is ABD on a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Illinois.
Executive Director David Weaver
David Weaver, Executive Director of Campus Services, supervises the Anchorage campus’ auxiliary and business enterprises. These include University Housing Finance and Fiscal Operations; the Alaska Airlines Center; Dining Services; Seawolf Gear Shop and Online Textbook Store; Event Services and the Wendy Williamson Auditorium; Parking Services; Campus Recycling; and General Support Services.
David previously served as UAA's Director of University Housing, Dining, and Conference Services (2013 – 2020).
David earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from UAA in 2003, a Master of Arts degree in Economics from Western Illinois University with an emphasis in community development and planning in 2008. David is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and served in Albania from 2004 – 2006.
Executive Director Kim Morton
Kim Morton, Executive Director of Student Engagement and Inclusion, supervises areas of student engagement including Student Life and Leadership, Multicultural Center and Career Services.
Kim is passionate about providing students opportunities to engage in the campus community and finding their place on campus.
Kim started her career in Residence Life at the University of Maryland College Park in 2001. She has also worked at Illinois State University, Rhodes College and Saint Louis University in Housing and Residence Life, Student Conduct, and Student Activities prior to arriving at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2017. Kim previously served as the Associate Director and Director of Student Life and Leadership at UAA.
Kim earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Math Education at the University of Central Florida in 1999, a Master of Science degree in Higher Education from Florida State University in 2001.