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Jeremy Sale
Assistant Director of Admission
jsale@oglethorpe.edu
(404) 364-8459

Admission territory: AR, CO, FL (West Central and South), GA (Clayton Co., Fayette Co., Henry Co., Rockdale Co., Northeast and Southeast), KS, LA, MS, NE, SD

Jeremy Sale

Hello from Atlanta! My name is Jeremy Sale, and I am Assistant Director of Admission here at Oglethorpe University. I'm a native Atlantan, and I live within walking distance of campus with my wife and two dogs. I am a 2002 graduate of Mercer University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art and a 2010 graduate of Drexel University with a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration. I have worked in admissions since 2003 and love working with prospective students and parents throughout the admissions process. I read applications and recruit students from Arkansas, Colorado, south Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. In addition, my in-state responsibilities include Fayette, Clayton, Henry, and Rockdale counties in the Atlanta metro-area and all northeast and southeast counties in Georgia.

In my spare time, I am an avid runner and have participated in a number of endurance events, including triathlons, dualathlons, and obstacle races. When I’m not training for a race (and sometimes even when I am), I spend my weekends following Manchester United. My wife and I also love to travel and have visited more than 30 countries.

Favorite spot on campus: Salamone Field, home to men’s and women’s soccer.
Favorite OU tradition: The Boar's Head celebration.
Favorite OU trivia: The Crypt of Civilization on Oglethorpe's campus has been hailed by the Guinness Book of World Record as “the first successful attempt to bury a record for future inhabitants or visitors to the planet Earth.”
Favorite Atlanta spots: The Vortex restaurant, Piedmont Park.
Other favorites: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger; Top Gun; and the album Deluxe by Better than Ezra.
Most interesting place I've been: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe; and the “highest court in the land”—the basketball court on the roof of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.!

 

 

 
       
         
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