Alicia K. Cramer is Assistant Dean of Admissions at South Texas College of Law. Mrs. Cramer earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Baylor University.
Alicia was born in Pensacola, Florida but grew up primarily in the D/FW area. Following graduation from Baylor University she worked as Director of Programs at Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Tarrant County until she moved to Houston in 1991.
Once in Houston, she began as an Admissions Counselor when she joined South Texas College of Law and has held her current position as Assistant Dean since 2001. Alicia enjoys helping people find their way to law school to follow their dreams and has dedicated herself to doing so.
Dean Cramer is formerly a member of the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals, a former Board Member of the National Network of Law School Officers and Journal Editor for NNLSO, and a current board member of the Southwest Association of Prelaw Advisors. She has been involved extensively with the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC) by serving as a member of the 1999 Newcomers Planning Work Group, the Annual Meeting and Educational Conference Planning Work Group in 2000, Chair of the 2001 Newcomers Work Group, and chair of the LSAC 2003 Annual Meeting and Educational Conference. She also served on the Services and Programs Committee from 2001-2003, the Nominating Committee in 2002 & 2003, the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Trans-gendered Subcommittee from 2003-2005, Finance and Legal Affairs Committee in 2007-2009, the LSAC's Audit Committee 2011-2012, on the workgroup of the LSAC Annual Meeting in 2018 and currently serves on the Misconduct and Irregularities Committee. She has also been selected to serve on the Schools and Candidates Standing Committee for 2021-2023.
When not working Alicia enjoys time with her husband Chris and their dog Sophie, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and trying to keep up with the younger people at her gym.