|Position:||Assistant A.D. for Academic Services and Compliance|
Korey Bruck was named Assistant A.D. for Academics and Compliance in January 2017. Since taking over the leadership of the Cadet-Athlete Development office, Bruck has been the leader of an academic system that saw the football program record its highest term and cumulative GPA's in five years. In addition, six teams posted perfect 1000 APR scores in 2016-17, and 50% of all cadet-athletes had a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher, the largest number on record. Bruck also created the department's monthly compliance newsletter and implemented a cadet-athlete of the month program.
Bruck came to the Institute by way of the United States Military Academy where he served as an athletic academic support coordinator since February 2015.
At West Point, Bruck coordinated academic services for the football program as well as the sports of women’s lacrosse, swimming and diving, track and field and cross country. Among many assignments, his core focus was to design and implement academic action plans for both at-risk and high achieving cadet-athletes in the areas of time management, organization, study skills, note taking and test taking.
A native of Beavercreek, Ohio, Bruck monitored and evaluated study hall and tutoring programs and facilitated recruiting for prospective cadets, both athletes and non-athletes. In addition, he served as a liaison to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and coordinated the Cadet-Athlete of the Month program.
Prior to West Point, Bruck served as a graduate assistant in the Student-Athlete Academic Success Center at Eastern Kentucky University. His primary duties at EKU involved providing academic advising as well as class selection and scheduling. He also communicated grade information and study hall updates to coaches and served as the tutoring coordinator assistant for training new tutors and approving payroll hours.
He is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics.
Bruck earned a Master of Public Administration degree from Eastern Kentucky in May 2014. Two years prior, he earned a bachelor of arts, history and political science from EKU in May 2012.
Korey and his wife were married in August 2014 and had their first child, a girl, in June of 2017.