ODU Hires Dr. Ron Moses as Associate AD for Student-Athlete Services
By ODU Athletics
NORFOLK, Va. – Old Dominion University Athletics has announced the addition of Dr. Ron Moses as the Associate Athletic Director, Student-Athlete Support Services.
"We're really excited to add Dr. Moses to our team. He's a known rising star in this profession and has a track record of leading teams towards academic excellence," ODU Senior Associate Athletic Director Randale Richmond said. "He's going to impact our entire department in a very positive way and assist us in achieving our academic goals."
Moses comes to ODU from the University of Missouri, where he was the Director of Academics for football and women’s golf. Under his leadership, the football team experienced consecutive semesters of record academic achievement. While at Missouri, Moses served as the staff advisor for the Minorities in Sport Alpha Chapter and athletics liaison for the office of Academic Integrity, the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, and Black Faculty and Staff Organization, housed in the Division of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity.
Moses previously set football program records for overall grade point average and number of athletes above a 3.0 GPA at Georgia State and South Florida. Under his direction, the USF softball program received the 2015-2016 American Athletic Conference Team Academic Excellence Award for the highest cumulative GPA in the conference. From 2013-2015, Moses was the academic football coordinator at Kansas State University, where the program experienced three straight seasons with the highest GPA and APR scores in the conference.
Originally from Atlanta, Ga., Moses earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia (2011), Master’s degree from Western Kentucky University (2013), and Ph.D. from Kansas State University (2019). Moses is a proud veteran of the United States Army and Army National Guard, having served for the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, and the 3rd Infantry Division based out of Winder and Fort Stewart, Georgia. He received an honorable discharge.