Letter from the Athletic Director
New, Specially Designed Care Programs to be Developed for Student-Athletes
Jean Gee was named interim Director of Athletics in March 2012. She was elevated to the interim position for her previous role as Senior Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women's Administrator.
Before taking over as Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women's Administrator in 2004, Gee was Assistant Athletic Director for Compliances & Academic services and Athletic Academic Services for almost six years. She oversees UM student-athletes in academic progress, advising on course curriculum, tutoring, referring to campus support services, overseeing completion of general education requirements and upholding NCAA academic regulations.
Gee previously served as UM's Coordinator of the Four Bear Four-Year Graduation Program from 1995-99. She served as an academic advisor, program assistant, assistant to the director and receptionist since she began work at UM in 1991.
A native of Lewistown, Gee received a B.A. in psychology from UM in 1995 and a master's degree in public administration in 2006.
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