Ronald Moses joined the Georgia State Athletics staff in the summer of 2016. He is currently the co-coordinator for academic support and enhancement activities for the football program. His duties include collaborating with coaches and staff members on campus and in the athletic department in an effort to provide effective student athlete support.
Prior to Georgia State, Moses spent one year as an athletic academic coordinator at the University of South Florida where the football program set program records for overall grade point average and the number of athletes above a 3.0 GPA. Under his direction, the softball program received the 2015-2016 American Athletic Conference Team Academic Excellence Award for having the highest collective grade point average in the conference for the academic year. Before heading to USF, Ronald was the football academic coordinator at Kansas State where the program experienced three straight seasons with the highest GPA and APR scores in the conference.
Moses also served in the United States Army and Army National Guard as a unit supply specialist from 2006 to 2014. During this time he maintained automated supply systems for accounting and organizational unit purposes, and was trained as the unit armorer. He provided logistical support for the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, and the 3rd Infantry Division based out of Winder and Fort Stewart, Georgia. He received his honorable discharge in March 2014.
Originally from Newark, N.J., Moses earned his associates degree from Georgia Military College (08), a bachelor’s degree in education from the Georgia (2011) and his master’s degree in sports administration from Western Kentucky (2013).
Nationally, Moses is a member of the National Association of Athletic Academic Advisors, and serves on the Research and Ethnic Concerns Committee. He is also a graduate of the Big XII Diversity Leadership Program, and the N4A Professional Development Institute.