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Rutgers University–Camden is open and operating. The fall semester will combine a majority of remotely delivered instruction with limited in-person instruction. Some services are available for face-to-face delivery.

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Mary Beth Daisey

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

B.S., University of Pennsylvania
M.Ed., Rutgers–New Brunswick

Mary Beth Daisey is vice chancellor for student affairs at Rutgers University–Camden, a position she has held since 2003.

Daisey joined the Rutgers community in 1986 as a career counselor at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. She then became acting regional office director, a position she held until 1991. She returned to Rutgers in 1993 and, prior to her current position, served as assistant dean of external affairs and career services where she directed career placement efforts on behalf of students as well as the law school’s alumni relations endeavors.

As vice chancellor, Daisey oversees a wide array of student services, including counseling, residential life, dining, health services, student activities, athletics, recreation, career planning, Campus Center, the registrar, and judicial affairs. She also serves on university committees on degree audit, academic integrity, campus climate, safety, retention and advising. In addition she acts as the student ombudsman for Rutgers–Camden.

Daisey is a member of the National Academic Advising Association, Chief Student Affairs Officers of New Jersey, and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.

About Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs works to improve the quality of student life for all students and the campus community. Programs and services complement the academic programs, help prepare students for successful careers, develop services and programs to allow students to remain healthy and active, promote student leadership and professional development, help students address special needs or difficulties, provide opportunities for students to be involved on campus, in athletics, in organizations and in administrative committees, and develop services, programs and events to expand students’ minds and horizons.