Dr. Tony Miksa
Dr. Jack E. Campbell
As executive head of Walters State, the President provides leadership for the college in general and for each major unit and sub-unit of the college.
In assuming responsibility for the efficient and effective operation of the college, the Office of the President addresses all directives of the Board and the Chancellor. Consistent with policies of the Tennessee Board of Regents, the President exercises authority relative to all personnel matters and provides leadership to the faculty, staff, and students in the establishment of a shared vision and campus compact reflecting the college community's aspirations, values, and principles. Through his office and the leadership he provides, institutional priorities are established and addressed through the college's comprehensive strategic planning and continuous improvement of institutional effectiveness process. The office serves as a resource to provide direction and support to all units of the college as well as to external constituents as the college's mission is fulfilled and goals are realized. The President serves as a symbol of the college and represents the college both to external and internal constituencies.