Caroline  Adams
Academic Adviser
Brock School of Business
Office of Academic Programs
289 I Cooney Hall
Caroline Adams serves as the academic adviser for pre-business students in Brock School of Business. In her role, she advises freshmen and meets potential business students through campus visits and Samford University preview days.
She is a graduate of Auburn University and University of West Alabama and has worked in higher education for the last few years. She has worked across many different departments in higher education from admissions and recruiting to program development and was the Registrar in her previous position.
Before working in higher education, Adams was a stay-at-home mom to her two children for 10 years. She is an Alabama native but lived in Laurel, Mississippi, for seven years before moving back in 2022. While in Laurel, she worked as a Chamber of Commerce ambassador, member of the Laurel Arts League, and was a member of the Laurel Junior Auxiliary where she served on Executive Board and project chair of their Secret Meals program providing weekly weekend meals for 200 children with food insecurity. 
She, her husband, Jeremy, and children, Jasper and Mary Elizabeth, live in Gardendale and are active members of St. Henry Catholic Church.

Degrees and Certifications

  • B.A. History, Auburn University
  • M.Ed. Student Affairs in Higher Education, University of West Alabama