Communications from Dr. Vitter
Dr. Vitter communicates often in a variety of settings — letters, blogs, speeches, articles, interviews, and social media. He is also a genealogist by hobby, and he and his wife Sharon maintain their family tree on the web.
Below you will find links to his archived communications.
Letters from the Chancellor
Chancellor Vitter is committed to clear communication, transparency, and keeping UM stakeholders engaged and informed. Letters from the Chancellor are delivered to all University of Mississippi constituents. Click here to view the entire collection of letters from the Chancellor’s desk.
A more informal mode of communication for Chancellor Vitter is his blog, where you’ll find him sharing various activities, thoughts, musings, and even photos and videos with readers.
From commencement to convocation, see a selection of Chancellor Vitter’s speeches and remarks made at events during his tenure at the University of Mississippi.
Articles, Interviews, & Videos
See a few of the more notable and popular news clips, interviews, and videos we’ve collected on his media webpage.
Chancellor Vitter’s statements webpage contains statements issued addressing particular matters of importance to the university community.
On the personal side, Jeff & Sharon Vitter do genealogy research on their extended Vitter-St. Raymond-Artigues-Ferran-Hofeline-Dureau-Cougot-Péré-Weaver-Kohlenberg-Bendorf-Grimes-Bell-Mayberry-Wren-Nicolay Family. Their family tree contains well over 70K individuals (some of whom are actually related to them!). You can view the family tree and a few dozen histories of relatives online at vitter.org.