Renee Schultz
Renee Schultz
Title: Associate AD for Student Services/ Senior Woman Administrator
Phone: 615-460-6015
Previous College: Belmont University

Renee Schultz begins her third year as Associate Athletic Director for Student Services/Senior Woman Administrator 

She was named to the position after spending two years as Assistant Athletic Director for Student Services.  Prior to that promotion, Schultz spent 10 years as Director of Academic Support for Belmont's Department of Athletics.

She manages and oversees the extensive academic support programs offered to Belmont student-athletes which include weekly, one-on-one academic counseling sessions for new student-athletes, academic advising and class scheduling, tutoring, team-assigned laptops, and monitoring class performance. She works closely with coaches in the recruitment of prospective student-athleties, serving as the departmental liason for Admissions and meets with prospective student-athletes and their families during their recruiting visit. She also manages the department's Academic Enhancement Fund.

Schultz's additional duties including managing the student-athlete academic center located within the athletic offices in the Curb Event Center. The academic center provides study tables and computers in a quiet, monitored study environment exclusively for Belmont student-athletes.

Schultz earned her Bachelor's degree in Sociology and a M.Ed. in Sports Administration from Belmont University.

While at Belmont, she was a part of the Women's Soccer Program and helped Captain the team in both 1999 and 2001. Schultz served as the Assistant Coach for the Women's Soccer team from 2003-2004.

She serves on various campus committees, including the University Advising Committee, Enrollment Services Committee Extended (ESCX), the Scholarship and Awards Nomination Committee, and the Academic Integrity Review Committee. Schultz also holds memberships in various professional organizations, including N4A (National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics) and NACADA (National Academic Advising Association).

A native of University Place, Washington, Schultz currently resides in Nashville with her husband, Donovan and two children, Brynn and Miles.