Biography of Marc M. Camille, Ed.D.
President, Albertus Magnus College
Dr. Marc M. Camille is in his third year serving as the 14th President of Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut. His 30-year career includes two decades of senior administrative experience at Catholic colleges, and his leadership is inspired by Albertus Magnus’ distinctive, values-based, Dominican mission and tradition.
Dr. Camille commenced his presidency with an ambitious agenda of engaged listening, meeting with members of the Albertus trustees, faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, and friends, as well as numerous corporate, civic, religious, and education leaders throughout the Greater New Haven area. In Dr. Camille’s first two years, applications for the first-year class increased by nearly 50-percent to a new record total, and the fall 2019 incoming class was the largest in the College’s history — more than double the size of the incoming class in 2017. Annual giving donors and contributions have increased, including more than $350,000 raised for the new Silver Horn Scholarship to assist enrolled students who fall into financial hardship with completing their Albertus degrees.
Dr. Camille’s second year saw the Albertus community embark upon a shared strategic visioning and planning process, setting its sights on 2025, the Centennial for the College. New undergraduate programs in Cyber Security, General Health Sciences, and Urban Studies, and a master’s program in Public Administration were launched, and seven new full-time faculty positions were funded. Since Dr. Camille’s arrival, Albertus has received three Federal Grants totaling more than $2.3 million to support commitments to the success and well-being of every student. Important facility enhancements have begun, including a campus-wide solar panel installation, the purchase of apartment buildings to accommodate increased enrollments, and a comprehensive $12.5 million renovation of the Hubert Campus Center. The College’s intercollegiate athletics program also has grown under Dr. Camille’s leadership, with numerous facilities enhancements, full-time head coaching positions funded, and new varsity field hockey, swimming and diving, and ice hockey programs launched.
Prior to his election as President at Albertus, Dr. Camille served for 11 years as Vice President for Enrollment Management and Communications at Loyola University Maryland and supervised the offices of undergraduate and graduate admission, financial aid, institutional research, and university marketing and communications. Previously, he served as Dean of Admission and Financial Aid at Xavier University (OH) and worked at University of Miami and Mount Ida College.
The author of “Ethics and Strategic Enrollment Management” in Jossey-Bass’ Handbook of Strategic Enrollment Management, Dr. Camille is a frequent and sought-after speaker at higher education leadership, enrollment management, marketing, and business officer conferences. Most recently, at the 2019 Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) Annual Meeting, he served as a featured panelist for two sessions, regarding how to create a compelling narrative for Catholic Higher Education and how to incorporate Catholic identity and mission into institutional branding and marketing. In 2020, he is Co-Chairing the ACCU Institute for New Presidents and speaking at the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) Presidents Institute日本一本道a不卡免费, offering best practices and insights for presidents working with their enrollment management leaders.
His role as a leader and influencer in the greater New Haven area has not gone unnoticed, being named to the prestigious 2019 Power 50 list by New Haven Biz日本一本道a不卡免费. Included among Dr. Camille’s service commitments are Board memberships for the Connecticut Council of Independent Colleges (CCIC) and Calvert Hall College High School, and serving as a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Chancellors/Presidents Advisory Group.
日本一本道a不卡免费Dr. Camille earned his Bachelor’s degree in English from Rollins College, his master’s degree at the University of Miami, and his doctorate in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania.