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Adrienne Mellott, EdD

Assistant Professor and Program Director of Sport and Recreation

Business, Management, and Technology | School of Professional Studies

Harris Hall 402


Adrienne Mellott received her bachelor’s degree in Sport and Recreation Management from Keystone College. She continued her education at Keystone and achieved a master’s degree in Sport Management and Leadership. She is a full-time assistant professor and program director of the Sport and Recreation Management degree program at Keystone College.

Before becoming an instructor, she served as an admissions counselor at Keystone College. Additionally, Mellott serves as an assistant coach with the field hockey and women’s lacrosse teams. During her time coaching at Keystone, Mellott has helped lead the field hockey team to multiple conference appearances and, in 2018, a CSAC championship title – the first in school history. This gave the team its first berth in the NCAA tournament.

In 2021, she successfully completed her doctoral degree at Maryville University in St. Louis. Dr. Mellott’s dissertation was entitled, Comparing the Determinants of Student Intent to Return between College Students and College Student-Athletes at an Open-Enrollment, NCAA DIII Institution.

Dr. Mellott was was recently appointed to Leadership Lackawanna. Leadership Lackawanna is an organization dedicated to community leadership and professional development.

Education – Degrees & Certifications

  • Ed.D. – Higher Education Leadership, Maryville University
  • BS – Sport and Recreation Management, Keystone College
  • MS – Sport Management and Leadership, Keystone College
Keystone College Assistant Professor Adrienne Mellott discusses Keystone College’s eSport and Gaming Management program on WBRE’s “PA live!”


  • Introduction to Sport and Recreation Management
  • Applied Learning Theories
  • Facilities Management
  • Facilitation of Leadership Activities
  • Senior Seminar
  • Sport Business Practices
  • Current Topics in Sport Management