Dean of Students The Dean of Students is the primary administrative contact for the non-academic needs of the students. The office and departments of the Dean of Students serve to: Safeguard the welfare and protect the rights of the university community. Develop safe, secure, and supportive residential communities for our students. Improve the quality of student life. Ensure that the University's programs, activities, services and campus are accessible to all of our students. Student Housing The Office of Student Housing at Morehead State University is dedicated to creating a residential culture which encourages academic success, personal achievement, service, and accountability. Student Housing Counseling & Health Services Counseling and Health Services is a full-service primary care clinic devoted to providing the MSU campus community with medical, dental and mental health care, without leaving campus. Health Services Disability Services Disability Services ensures that the University's programs, activities, services and the campus itself are accessible to all of our students and visitors. Disability Services Student Handbook The Eagle Student Handbook is meant to serve as a map of the MSU community - one online, comprehensive guide covering a wide variety of topics. Student Handbook About Dean Ammons Max Ammons assumed the position of Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students at MSU on July 15, 2015. He graduated from North Georgia College (University of North Georgia) with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1991, and began a 21-year career in the military. Dean Ammons served as an aviator and operations career field officer from 1991-2012, and led several organizations before retiring as a lieutenant colonel. During his military career, Dean Ammons received training in military justice, federal criminal law, investigations, ethical conduct, administrative law/personnel actions, individual rights/due process, international law, claims, and consumer protection; and accrued over 8 years of experience supervising or imposing investigations and disciplinary decisions, including more than 4 years of presiding over non-judicial cases. In 2002, he completed his graduate degree with Troy State University. Dean Ammons’ background includes more than 10 years of leadership experience in academia in which he served as an instructor, an assistant professor, a professor, a department chair, a program director in academic affairs, and a program director in student affairs.