The Student-Athlete Support Services Office
Colleen Campbell - Director
Colleen is responsible for the following teams:
- Men's Basketball
- Men's Soccer
- Men's Lacrosse
Colleen is entering her 17th year at Loyola University Maryland in Student-Athlete Support Services. She previously worked at Temple University as an Academic Coordinator for the Athletic Department and prior to that she was a graduate student mentor for the Villanova University Athletic Department. She has a Bachelor's degree in Community Health Education from Purdue University, where she was a member of the swim team. She has a Master's degree from Villanova University in Counseling and Human Services and she is currently pursuing a PhD in Higher Education Administration at Morgan State University.
Andrea Hoffman- Assistant Director
Andrea is responsible for the following teams:
- Men's Crew
- Men's Golf
- Men's Tennis
- Women's Crew
- Women's Lacrosse
- Women's Tennis
- Women's Volleyball
Andrea is entering her sixth year at Loyola. She is also the Tutor Coordinator for SASS. She graduated from the University of Missouri where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Finance. While there she served as a tutor for student-athletes in Math and Business courses. She went to Xavier University in Cincinnati earning her Master's of Education degree in Sports Administration. Since receiving her degree, she has worked in Student-Athlete Support Services at Saint Louis University, Central Michigan University, and most recently Howard University as Tutor Coordinator and Academic Advisor for ten different sports.
Daniel Fitzpatrick- Assistant Director
- Men's and Women's Cross Country
- Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving
- Women's Basketball
- Women's Soccer
- Women's Indoor and Outdoor Track
Daniel is entering his third year at Loyola. Fitzpatrick came to Loyola after serving as a Life Skills Advisor at Austin Peay University during the 2017-2018 academic year. He assisted student-athletes in finding and creating career opportunities, helped with life skills programming, was an academic advisor and assisted with the planning of seminars for the athletic department. Prior to that, he was a compliance intern at the University of Notre Dame where he assisted with the Fighting Irish’s compliance and grant-in-aid reporting, as well as the tracking of recruiting activities. Fitzpatrick’s first foray into a career in college athletics was as a media relations intern at his alma mater, Tennessee State. He was the primary contact for the volleyball and tennis teams, coordinating graphics, video and social media content for those sports. Fitzpatrick earned a bachelor of applied science in mass communications/media studies from Tennessee State.