Jennifer R. Kott

Director of Admissions

Education

  • B.A., Sociology, Elon University (1995)

Jennifer R. Kott has been the director of admissions at UNC School of Law at Chapel Hill since October 2007.

Prior to her role at UNC, Kott was the assistant director of admission and recruitment at Tulane University Law School, where she was honored with the 2007 Distinguished Staff Award. Among her many achievements at Tulane, Kott led her admission team through the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina - helping displaced students return to New Orleans and strengthening the school's recruitment programs at a difficult time. Her previous experience includes serving as manager of the full-time MBA Program at Northeastern University Graduate School of Business Administration. She was previously on the admission staff at The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) serving as the New England States Admission Representative. 

Kott has been active in national admission organizations and through her service to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) as a panelist at the annual meetings, conferences and as a member of the Misconduct and Irregularities Subcommittee and the National Recruitment Calendar Workgroup.  In addition to her full-time duties as Director of Admissions for UNC Law School, Kott simultaneously also served as the Pre-Law Advisor for the General College and the College of Art & Sciences for UNC from August 2010 until June 2013.  Kott serves as the faculty advisor to two student organziations, the Carolina Law Ambassadors and the UNC chapter of the national prelaw fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta.  

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