Tracy Scott

Tracy Scott

Secretary to Director


Room:BC 221

Tracy Scott started at the Center for Information and Communication Sciences as a receptionist in December 1987. In April 1994, she moved into the position of administrative coordinator and secretary to the director, where she remains today.

Tracy manages the budgets for CICS, manages the director’s calendar, manages the alumni database, and tracks all alumni giving. Tracy is also on the Student Social Learning Program management team, where she plans many of the center’s Student Social Learning Program events throughout each year.

She earned her bachelor of science in psychology from Ball State University in May 2012.


Mrs. Scott served on Ball State’s Staff Council as an alternate for two terms.

She was a Girl Scout leader for 11 years and served as a trainer for new leaders in Delaware County for four years.

Tracy was also an officer on the DeSoto Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization for four years.

She has served as council president, trustee, event coordinator, and on the education and fellowship committees at Albany Christian Church for the past 10 years.

She is very involved in organizing, publicizing, and packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child (Samaritan’s Purse) with Albany Christian Church and other churches in the Albany area.

For the past five years she has served as a team captain for American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Delaware County. Her team fundraised over $11,500 in 2014. Tracy also serves on the planning committee for the Delaware County Relay for Life event held each June.


  • Relay for Life of Delaware County Team Spirit Award, 2014
  • Relay for Life of Delaware County Team Excellence Award, 2013
  • Graduated Magna cum Laude from Ball State University, 2012
  • Received Ball State University Meritorious Service Award for Academic Affairs, 2008
  • Nominated for Ball State University’s A. Jane Morton Award, 1996, 2002, 2010


Tracy lives on a small farm with her husband, Jerry, near Albany, Indiana. Jerry and Tracy have three adult children and three grandchildren. Animals on their farm include several miniature donkeys, peacocks, chickens, ducks, many cats, a black bear, and two Siberian huskies.

Tracy is an avid camper and enjoys hiking, biking, and canoeing. She also loves to work in her vegetable and flower gardens.

Jerry and Tracy can be found most weekend evenings around their fire pit star gazing and enjoying the sounds of nature.