Dr. Matthew K. Robison currently serves as Georgia Gwinnett College’s associate provost for Student Affairs. Robison has over two decades of experience working on college and university campuses as an accomplished senior administrator and tireless student advocate. In his role at GGC, Robison leads a diverse portfolio of college offices, services and personnel, including Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), dean of students, Disability Services, Health Services, Student Housing, Student Integrity, Student Life, and Wellness and Recreation.
Before coming to GGC, Robison served in leadership positions at various other University System of Georgia institutions. His service includes dean of students and chief Student Affairs officer at Gordon State College, director of Cultural and Community Centers and Student Engagement at Kennesaw State University, dean of Students at Georgia Perimeter College, and assistant dean of Students at Georgia State University. Robison served early in his career at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University in Boston, Massachusetts and St. John’s University–Manhattan Campus in New York, New York.
Over his career, Robison has received numerous accolades. In 2023, he was honored by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) with the Esther Lloyd Jones Award for Professional Service, one of the association’s highest honors. The Georgia College Personnel Association recognized Robison with the Theodore K. Miller Outstanding Professional Service Award. Early in his career, ACPA recognized Robison with the Outstanding New Professional Award. Georgia State University honored Robison with the Dr. Carl V. Patton President’s Award for Community Service and Social Justice. In addition, Robison was selected as an educational policy fellow with the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, served as a University System of Georgia Executive Leadership Institute participant and was invited as a Foundation Board trustee for ACPA.