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Karen Ercole
Karen Ercole

Position:
Assoc. AD for Educational Support Services

Experience:
24th Year at GW

Alma Mater:
Gettysburg '85



01/30/2014

Dias, Jackson Named Recipients of Academic Momentum Award

GW Student-Athletes Honored for Academic Improvement

06/05/2013

Six GW Athletics Teams Recognized by NCAA for Top Academic Progress Rates

Programs Achieved Multiyear APR in the Top 10 Percent in the Nation in Their Sport

07/12/2012

GW Boasts 90 Student-Athletes on Spring A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll

Every A-10 Sponsored Varsity Program Recognized on Biannual List

05/20/2012

73 GW Senior Student-Athletes Participate in Commencement

Student-Athletes Join Estimated 25,000 Graduates, Families and Friends on the National Mall

05/08/2012

Inaugural Georgey Awards Recognize Best in GW Athletics in 2011-12

Student-Athlete Advisory Council Awards Show Honored Year's Top Student-Athletes, Teams and Moment

Now in her 24th year at GW, Ercole was promoted to Associate Director of Athletics for Educational Support Services in September 2011 after serving as Director of Academic Support Services since July 2000.

Originally an Assistant Academic Coordinator from August 1990-June 2000, Ercole oversees the academic counseling for all teams specifically coordinating day-to-day responsibilities for gymnastics, men's soccer, men's squash and men's tennis.

Along with her academic counseling duties, Ercole serves as the advisor for the Student-Athlete Leadership Academy and Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC). She also developed and instituted the Freshmen Mentoring Program and is a 10-year member of the National Association of Athletic Academic Advisors (N4A).

Ercole came to GW in 1990 to serve as the assistant academic advisor for the GW men's basketball program. Prior to that, she worked in the same capacity at Boston University from 1985-90. While at BU, Ercole also earned her master's degree in counseling with a specialization in both educational counseling and sport psychology.

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