Arthur L. Gregg

Arthur Gregg

Assistant Vice President for Multicultural Affairs
Director, Multicultural Center

Arthur L. Gregg is the assistant vice president for Multicultural Affairs and director of the Multicultural Center at The University of Texas at Dallas. In his current position, he is responsible for the Multicultural Center as well as campus wide diversity and cultural competency programs. Also, he advises various multicultural organizations, teaches in the Freshman Seminar program and serves on various committees on the UT Dallas campus. Gregg is a past recipient of several University awards such as: the C.A.R.E Award (Celebrate Achievement Reward Excellence), Student Life Advisor of the Year Award and Fraternity and Sorority Life Advisor of the Year Award. He is a past president of the Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education and a graduate of Leadership Richardson. Gregg also serves as a lead facilitator for LeaderShape. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Houston, and master's degree from Dallas Baptist University. Gregg is known for his presentations on topics ranging from leadership, Black male empowerment, Greek life and diversity.