The New Dean of Admission and Financial Aid at the University of Cincinnati College of Law

Cassandra B. Jeter-Bailey has been appointed assistant dean for admission and financial aid at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. She will oversee the law school’s admissions program and financial aid and will be responsible for identifying, recruiting and selecting the incoming class. She is the first African-American and also the first woman to hold this position.

“As a Cincinnati native and the newly appointed dean of admission and financial aid, I am fulfilled by the opportunity to shape the next generation of exceptional lawyers at Cincinnati Law,” said Jeter-Bailey. “Excitedly, I welcome the opportunity to reconnect with the legal community that was essential in laying the foundation for my success as a law student, attorney, and higher education administrator.”

Jeter-Bailey was director of admission for juris doctorate and graduate law programs at Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. Jeter-Bailey is active in industry organizations and has presented at Law School Admissions Council forums on admission and diversity. She also serves as vice president of the Midwest Association for Law School Admissions.

Jeter-Bailey is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C., where she majored in psychology. She earned a juris doctorate and a master’s degree in business law from Capital University Law School.


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