Gannon University Names Thomas Camillo Director of Undergraduate Admissions

Tom_CamilloPosted: November 27, 2013

Gannon University announced the appointment of Thomas Camillo as director of undergraduate admissions, a position he has held on an interim basis since July.

As director, Camillo will provide leadership in the development and implementation of the University's recruiting strategies, programs and services. As the director, he will supervise the work of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, which includes the recruitment of first-year undergraduates, transfers, re-admitted students and dual enrollment students.

Camillo has worked in undergraduate admissions for his entire eight-year career at Gannon, an interval during which the University has experienced a 21 percent growth in overall undergraduate enrollment and a 92 percent growth in new transfer students.

Camillo also directly supported the high school dual enrollment program, which has seen a 54 percent growth over the past two years. He was also responsible for creative input, editing, deadline management and budget awareness for the publications used by undergraduate admissions.

Camillo graduated in 1999 from the University of Pittsburgh where he received a bachelor's degree in communication. From the time of his graduation until he came to Gannon, Camillo was a broadcast journalist in Erie. He is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree at Gannon.