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Clinton L. Whitson

clint whitsonClint Whitson, M.S., serves the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine as the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. In this role, Mr. Whitson directly oversees the areas of student advocacy, academic support services, student leadership programs and student governance, student organizations, health and wellness programs, student events, and student travel, including international medical mission trips. He also plays an integral role in connecting the osteopathic medical students to university-wide services such as mental health wellness and counseling services, physical health and wellness services, campus safety and police services, disability support services, campus ministry opportunities, library services, and sports and recreation services.

Prior to joining Marian University, Mr. Whitson helped establish an office of Student Life and Leadership in the Central Indiana region of Ivy Tech Community College and served as Assistant Director of the Office of Career Services at the University of Evansville.

Mr. Whitson received his Master of Science degree in Student Affairs and Higher Education from Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN and his Bachelor of Arts degree studying Political Science and Leadership at Franklin College in Franklin, IN.

In addition to responsibilities at MU-COM, Mr. Whitson is actively involved in the conference planning committee for the annual Indiana Student Affairs Association and stays active in his church congregation and his children's schools.

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