Fan Development/Membership Operations Coaching Staff
Jordan McElroy
Ticket Manager
Coach Info:
Position: Ticket Manager
Hometown: Belvidere, N.J.
Alma Mater: Ithaca College, N.Y.
Graduating Year: 2012
Major: Sports and Fitness Management
Phone: 212-851-2498

Jordan McElroy begins his third year as Columbia University’s Athletic Ticket Manager. At Columbia, McElroy is responsible for managing all facets of the day-to-day operations of the athletic ticket office. He assists in revenue generation through marketing and sales of season, single game, group and mini-plan tickets for Lions football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball. Additionally, McElroy serves as a member of the External Operations Team to help set and accomplish external unit goals.


McElroy arrived at Morningside Heights after working three years in the East Carolina University Athletic Ticket Office. He spent his first two years as a Ticket Operations Assistant before being promoted to Assistant Director of Ticket Operations in 2014. In his former role, he supervised and assisted with general day-to-day office operations, oversaw and trained a staff of 12 student employees, acted as liaison with the Pirate Club to cultivate new donors, and supervised ticket operations for women’s soccer, women’s basketball and softball. While at East Carolina, McElroy also contributed to the Football and Men’s Basketball programs. He helped the football program to a Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium capacity record of 51,082 when the Pirates hosted the University of North Carolina in September, 2014 and ushered in several sold out crowds during the men’s basketball team’s run to a CIT Championship in 2013.


A Belvidere, N.J. native, McElroy earned a bachelor’s degree in Sport and Fitness Administration/Management from Ithaca College in 2012. While at Ithaca, he was a four-year member of the football team and worked as an intern in the Cornell University Ticket Office. He went on to earn a master’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science with a concentration in Sport Management at East Carolina University in 2015.