Below is a directory of staff members in the Undergraduate Admission Office. For Transfer Admission staff contact information, please click here.
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- Erin Moriarty Director of Undergraduate Admission
- Angie Alamah Assistant Director
Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah
- Maria Aulisa Assistant Director
International recruitment specifically focused on the Rome Start program and Europe.
- Stephen Barnes Assistant Director
- Jake Bedenian Admission Counselor
- Mary Bennett Admission Counselor
Kentucky, Central & Southern Ohio (Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati)
- Mary Alice Berg Associate Director
- Derek Brinkley Associate Director
Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, D.C.
- Adam Buller Assistant Director
- Tara Crisp Assistant Director
Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming
- Lindsy Fagerstrom Assistant Director
Western New York (Buffalo, Rochester), Wisconsin
- Emily Ferron Admission Counselor
Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York (except Western NY), Rhode Island, Vermont
- Eve Hoffman Admission Counselor
Missouri (except Kansas City area)
- Timothy Libaris Campus Visit Coordinator
- Todd Malone Associate Director
- Tony Mantia Admission Counselor
Northern Ohio (Akron, Cleveland, Toledo), Pennsylvania, West Virginia
- Marcus Mason Assistant Director
- Nick Moreno Admission Counselor
- Julie Murphy Admission Counselor
- Eliza Plous Assistant Director
East, Central and Southeast Asia, Oceania
- Joseph Serdar Associate Director
Brazil, Kansas (including Kansas City, Missouri)
- Cameron Simon Assistant Director
Africa, India, Middle East
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