The Admissions team:
Tracy L. Warren Assistant Dean for Admissions
Tracy Warren oversees the College's recruitment of students and all admissions activities. Prior to leading the Admissions Office, Tracy served as Associate Director of Career Services where she fostered the professional development of the student body while providing specialized career counseling designed to meet the needs of each student. Tracy earned her Bachelor's Degree in psychology and sociology from Northwest Missouri State in 2000. She obtained her J.D.
Melissa McCoy Director of Enrollment Strategy and Communications
Melissa McCoy is the Director of Enrollment Strategy and Communications for Nebraska Law’s admissions office. She creates communication campaigns designed to assist prospective students with the application process and to provide them with information about the College of Law. She writes print and digital content for the College of Law, including assisting with and contributing to The Transcript. Dr. McCoy actively recruits law students and has a special interest in diversity recruitment.
Kyle Kardell Admissions Counselor
Kyle serves as admissions counselor and recruitment specialist. He works with students through the application process and oversees the student ambassador program.
Prior to joining the admissions team, Kyle was a writer and support specialist for Hail Varsity Magazine. He played two years of football at Morningside College before transferring and earning his bachelor’s degree in journalism from UNL. During his time at UNL he was an intern with the Husker Athletic Marketing Department.
Joy Kathurima Admissions Counselor
Joy works as an admissions counselor. Prior to joining the admissions team, Joy clerked for a small firm in Omaha. Joy earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2014. She obtained her J.D. from the College of Law in 2019.
Rebecca O. Colberg Admissions & Financial Aid Coordinator
Beki Colberg, Admissions and Financial Aid Coordinator, provides support for prospective students in the admissions process as well as support for prospective and current students for the financial aid process.
Beki joined the Law College in 1984 working the in Career Services Office moving to be assistant to the Assistant Dean for Students in 1987 where she began working with admissions and financial. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Education from UNL in 1976.