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Christine Jackson
Christine Jackson

Director of Student Services

Team Assignment:
Football (Freshmen)

Christine Jackson is the Director of Student Services. She is responsible for the academic needs of all freshmen and incoming transfer football student-athletes. Previously, she served as the Director of Football Student-Athlete Development coordinating life-skills programming for all football student-athletes. During her time at Louisville, Christine was also the Associate Director for Academic Services and responsible for a variety of sports including women's basketball, baseball, volleyball, field hockey, men's and women's Golf as well as the spirit groups. Jackson also oversaw all financial and business matters of the Olga S. Peers Academic Center.

Jackson got her start in athletics at the University of Kentucky. During her three years at Kentucky, Christine was the Football Academic Intern, and the Academic Counselor for track and field, volleyball, rifle and men's tennis. She also served as the Director of Tutoring and advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Christine was the 2004 recipient of the Matt Schmauch Professional Promise Award giving by the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics (N4A). In 2005, Jackson participated in the first N4A Professional Development Institute. In June 2006, she graduated from the inaugural class of the NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Females. Christine finished her term as N4A's President in 2010. Currently, Jackson is serving on the N4A's Past President Council.

Jackson earned her Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology in 1997 and Master's degree in Sport Management in 1999 both from the University of Kentucky.

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