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MCCC Vice President Diane Campbell Recognized by Two Organizations for Contributions to Students and Community

5/29/18


Dr. L. Diane Campbell, MCCC Vice President for Student Affairs

West Windsor, N.J. – Dr. L. Diane Campbell, Vice President for Student Affairs at Mercer County Community College (MCCC), has been recognized with two recent awards. In April, Campbell, of Trenton, was selected for the International Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Distinguished College Administrator Award at the annual PTK Convention in Kansas City, Miss. Campbell was nominated by students in Mercer’s Alpha Theta Gamma chapter for her strong level of support.

An administrator at MCCC for more than 40 years, Campbell has worked with Mercer’s PTK chapter on the International ESL Conversation Project, as well as various community service projects. She has made funding available that supports their attendance at conferences, a key component of leadership development. Last fall, Campbell was inducted into the Mercer chapter as an honorary member.

In January, Campbell received the Zeta Phi Beta Fannie Pettie Watts Perseverance Award for exhibiting steadfastness in life, work and community service. As an award recipient, she was inducted into the “Sisters Who Rock” Hall of Fame of the Epsilon Xi Zeta Chapter and received citations from the City of Trenton, Mercer County, and legislative bodies of the New Jersey State Government.

A graduate of Trenton Central High School, Campbell earned her bachelor’s degree in Education from Morgan State University, a master’s degree from The College of New Jersey, and a doctorate from the School of Education at Rutgers University in the Department of Education Theory, Administration and Policy Studies.

Campbell previously served at Mercer as executive dean for student affairs, overseeing Admissions, Athletics, Enrollment Services, Counseling and Community Networks, Educational Opportunity Fund, Veterans Services, International Student Services, Career Services, Transfer, and Student Life and Leadership.

Campbell was a member of the Trenton Board of Education from 2006 to 2011, serving two years as president. During her tenure, she helped to initiate the construction of the new Trenton High School.
Campbell is a trustee at Shiloh Baptist Church, where she also serves on the Board of the Shiloh Community Development Corporation. Additionally, she is a member of the Board of Trustees of the United Way of Greater Mercer County and is co-chair of the Board of Directors for Building One New Jersey.

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