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San Diego State University

Division of Student Affairs

Office of the Vice President

Antionette Marbray

Associate Vice President for Student Affairs

antionette jones marbray photoMs. Antionette Marbray serves as Associate Vice President for Student Affairs. Ms. Marbray has more than 20 years of experience in Higher Education primarily in Student Affairs and higher education law and risk management.

Prior to joining San Diego State University, Ms. Marbray held administrative leadership positions at the University of Florida and Bowie State University. These positions included serving as Assistant General Counsel and Interim Vice President and General Counsel, respectively. Immediately prior to joining SDSU, Ms. Marbray served as Director of Title IX and Equal Opportunity Employment Programs at the University of San Diego.

Ms. Marbray joined SDSU’s Student Affairs leadership team during summer 2015. This new role has brought Ms. Marbray back to campus, as she had worked at the university’s Center for Student Rights & Responsibilities in the early 2000s, first as associate director, and then as its director. Ms. Marbray’s professional experiences working in student development, as well as in capacities as a Title IX director and general counsel at several universities, give her a unique perspective as she embarks in the Associate Vice President role.

Ms. Marbray’s ability to listen and connect with her peers and students make her an asset to any campus community. Ms. Marbray is frequently commended as a kind, well-rounded and approachable leader who listens carefully to various points of view and provides thoughtful and insightful counsel to the issues facing the university.

Ms. Marbray’s current position at SDSU includes direct oversight of the following departments: Career Services, Center for Student Rights & Responsibilities, and Student Disability Services. Ms. Marbray also oversees an Assistant Vice President, who works primarily with departments that support health and wellness, including Counseling & Psychological Services, Health Promotion, and Student Health Services. She also currently holds leadership roles in two working groups that are critical to the University’s strategic plan, including serving as Co-Chair of the “Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Students” working group, and Co-Chair of the “Enhancing Climate and Culture for Persons of Varying Abilities (ECCC)” working group.

Ms. Marbray holds a Juris Doctorate from Duke University, a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Florida, and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of South Florida.

Contact Information

Office hours: 8 am - 4:30 pm
Phone: (619) 594-5211