Lowell Davis

Lowell serves as the Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Texas Arlington. Previously, he was the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of North Carolina – Wilmington. Lowell served as Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Success at Western Carolina University (WCU), located in the mountains of western North Carolina. He came to WCU from the University of Alabama (“Roll Tide!”) where he rose through the ranks of both Academic and Student Affairs. There, he founded Alabama Reach, an office serving the needs of students coming to the institution from the foster care system, homelessness, or parental emancipation. Lowell has continued to focus on supporting these populations, and has successfully established partnerships to provide emergency housing, domestic services, and other resources. Lowell was selected as the staff member of the year for the Southern (athletic) Conference and is the immediate past President for the North American Association of Summer Sessions. Lowell completed an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellowship at University of California Davis and is a current member of the Council of Fellows.

Lowell is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated, and is involved in several other social and civic organizations. At the core of Lowell’s professional and community activities is a strong appreciation for building relationships. Whether he is working with students, community members, coworkers or strangers, Lowell is always endeavoring to build bridges and strengthen his community.