This Greek Advisor Stole Money From Fraternities And Sororities At Kennesaw State


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Fraternities and sororities usually have a love/hate relationship with their fraternity/sorority advisors. Your FSA can be your biggest advocate, your biggest pain in the ass, or both. But most of the time, you can count on the fact that they won’t steal from you…right?

Jennifer Morales was the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Kennesaw State University in Georgia until she was fired on March 30, after an investigation by the university. Then, on April 13, she was arrested on charges of “misusing student organization money,” according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Morales posted her $30,000 bond and was freed the same day she was arrested.

There is no word on exactly how much of the organizations’ money Morales “misused,” but according to records from the Cobb County Sheriff’s department, she was booked on a charge of “theft by taking.” Given that the charge is a felony, one can surmise that it was no small amount of cash. There aren’t any details on exactly when the theft took place. Morales has been at the university since June 2011 when she joined the staff as an assistant director for fraternity and sorority life. She was promoted to the director role in January 2015.

Can’t trust anyone these days, can you?

[via Atlanta Journal Constitution]

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