North Carolina High School Athletic Association

Ncssm Announces New Athletic Director

DURHAM – The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics has announced the hiring of Greg Jarvis as its new athletic director. Jarvis takes the helm of NCSSM’s 21 varsity sports as well as to oversee the Physical Activity and Wellness program. 

Jarvis previously served until July 2012 as Meredith College’s Assistant Athletics Director and Sports Information Director. In August 2010, he added the title of Director of Compliance for Meredith as well as coordinating Student Athlete Affairs. He had previously served as the adviser of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee as well as taught a First Year Experience class for student athletes. In August 2008, he was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director.

Jarvis was named the first full time Sports Information Director of Meredith College in October 2006. Under his service as SID he led the efforts of Meredith’s new athletic logo, upgrades of the athletics website and the additions of webcasting and media guides. His duties included supporting six varsity sports with NCAA score reporting, compiling team statistics, completing athletic marketing materials, web page creation/updates, participation in the Meredith College Golf Classic, and other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. He also supported Meredith College’s Office of Marketing by providing public relations duties and other support. Most recently, Jarvis was a freshman academic adviser for student athletes. He was also selected the last two years (2011, 2012) by the NCAA to be a facilitator for the NCAA Career in Sports Forum that took place in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The new NCSSM athletic director holds a master’s degree from North Carolina State University with a concentration in sports management in December 2004 and a masters of arts in business communications from Jones International University. He earned his bachelor’s of science degree with a concentration in consumer studies from Virginia Tech in May 1994.