Loyola Enrollment Management and Communications Vice President Marc M. Camille, Ed.D., named president of Albertus Magnus College
Marc M. Camille, Ed.D., vice president for enrollment management and communications at Loyola University Maryland, has been named president of Albertus Magnus College, a Catholic liberal arts college in New Haven, Conn. He will leave Loyola at the end of the spring 2017 semester and begin his new role on June 30.
As a vice president at Loyola since 2006, Camille has provided senior, strategic leadership and oversight, developing and managing the University's long-term enrollment management, marketing, and communications strategies. He supervises the offices of undergraduate admission, graduate admission, financial aid, institutional research, and marketing and communications. He recently served as co-chair of Loyola’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee, helping bring the campus community together to create The Ignatian Compass: Guiding Loyola University Maryland to Ever Greater Excellence.
Camille formerly served as the dean of admission and financial aid for Xavier University and worked for the University of Miami and Mount Ida College.
Camille received his A.B. in English from Rollins College, M.A. in Liberal Studies from the University of Miami, and Ed.D. in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania. His daughter, Katie, is a sophomore at Loyola, and his son, Ryan, is a high school senior.
Plans for addressing the vice president for enrollment management and communications vacancy at Loyola after Camille’s departure will be released at a later date.