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Colleen Campbell is in her seventh year at Loyola. After three years as Coordinator, she was promoted to Director of Academic Affairs for Varsity Athletics. The office of Academic Affairs for Varsity Athletics has an Academic Enrichment Program which focuses on all incoming freshmen, first semester transfers and any student-athlete below a 2.5 grade point average. It also provides academic support, advising and other services to all varsity student-athletes.
Campbell recently completed a two-year position as Region I Director on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Academic Advisors for Student-Athletes (N4A) and prior to that she was in a two-year position as the National Secretary of the N4A.
She was voted into these positions by her peer members in the organization. She is currently a workshop presenter for the NCAA/N4A partnership, whose charge is to educate University officials on how to increase their APR scores. This past year, she was honored to be one of two people nominated to run for President of the N4A.
Before coming to the Evergreen Campus, Campbell was an Academic Coordinator in the Athletic Department at Temple University from 2000-2002. She worked with five varsity teams, as well as coordinated the Career Development aspect of the NCAA CHAMPS Lifeskills program with all of the student-athletes.
Campbell received her Bachelor's Degree in Health Education where she was a varsity swimmer. While attending graduate school at Villanova University, she earned a Master's Degree in Counseling and Human Services in 1999, and served as a Graduate Student Mentor for the Office of Academic Support for Student-Athletes.