Katie Simet is in her sixth year at Marquette University as an Assistant Director for Academic Services in the athletic department.
In her role, Simet is the academic advisor for the women's volleyball and men's and women's lacrosse teams, as well as helping to provide all student-athletes with strategies to achieve academic success. In 2009-2012, she oversaw the NCAA alcohol CHOICES grant, providing alcohol programming to student-athletes and the Marquette student body. Simet oversees and supports the student-athlete leadership program for continuing students and the Student-Athlete STAR program in collaboration with the Office of Student Development.
Simet also currently serves as the university assessment coordinator for Student-Athlete Academic Support.
Prior to MU, Simet served as an assistant residence hall director at Seattle University and an elementary teacher in the Milwaukee area.
In 2006 she earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and elementary education from Marquette University and master's degree of education in student development administration from Seattle University in 2010.