Ashton Morin

Ashton Marguerite Morin

Academic Advisor

French Hall

A&S Advising - 0037

Professional Summary

Ashton Morin began her career in K-12 education.  She taught in schools throughout Orange County, CA and the San Francisco Bay Area as a substitute teacher, long-term substitute teacher, and full-time high school English teacher.  Morin transitioned from teaching high school to working in higher education to get more directly involved with supporting students, and to help bridge the gap between K-12 and higher education.

While in graduate school at Vanderbilt University, Morin worked as a graduate assistant at the Tennessee College Access and Success Network.  There she worked on projects at the local, state, and national levels to support college access and success for all students.

Prior to starting at UC, Morin was an academic advisor in the University of South Carolina’s College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management.  In fall 2020 she taught a section of UofSC’s first-year experience course, University 101.

Morin is an avid traveler and enjoys sports, podcasts, and movies/TV in her spare time.


M. Ed: Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN, 2019 (Higher Education Administration - Student Affairs Concentration)

Single Subject Teaching Credential - English: Chapman University Orange, CA, 2009 (Secondary education - English)

BA: University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA, 2007 (English)