Ex-KSU director indicted on charge of taking $41K from student groups

Mugshot of Jennifer Morales

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Mugshot of Jennifer Morales

The case of a former Kennesaw State University director accused of bilking $41,000 from fraternities and sororities moved forward last week.

According to a warrant, Jennifer Morales took the money between 2013 and early 2016 from a KSU Greek life account using a student organization debit card for unrelated purchases.

Morales was indicted Thursday on two racketeering counts and a theft charge.

She joined KSU in June 2011 as assistant director for fraternity and sorority life, the AJC previously reported, and was promoted in January 2015 to a director position in charge of student groups, including fraternities and sororities.

Morales was arrested on April 13, 2016.

The university told the AJC at the time that its investigation began in March, and Morales was fired March 30 of that year.

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