DeeDee Morris | Mount St. Joseph University

Admission Counselor and Assistant Softball Coach



B.S. Mathematics, Northern Kentucky; M.A. Teacher of a Leader Program-Instructional Computer Technology, Northern Kentucky University


DeeDee graduated in December of 2016 from Northern Kentucky University with a Master’s Degree from the College of Education and Human Services.  She also completed her undergraduate degree at NKU in Mathematics, while playing 4 years of collegiate softball.  In the summer of 2015 DeeDee shifted her focus of becoming a high school math teacher to following her dreams of coaching softball at the collegiate level, and most recently adding a second duty of also working in theOffice of Admission at Mount St. Joseph University. DeeDee is also the assistant softball coach at MSJ, holding large responsibilities in player recruitment, player development, and academic support.  In her free time, DeeDee enjoys spending time with friends and family, mentoring students, working softball camps, being outdoors, playing softball and basketball, and working out. 

DeeDee was attracted to the Mount because of its community and family-feeling.  “When I came on my first interview to the Mount, I knew it was the perfect fit for me.”  Growing up in a small town DeeDee was attracted to the size of the school and the many positive interactions she shared with faculty and staff instantly, and most importantly she could see herself being able to make a difference in numerous departments of the University.  “I am very thankful for the opportunity that I have been given in the office of admissions.  Also, I am eager to go out into the community and to educate prospective students about Mount St. Joseph University and serve as a steady resource to them as they navigate through the admissions process and while becoming a Lion.”