Thanks to advanced placement and dual enrollment courses, Campbell Horn had 52 credit hours under her belt before she stepped into her first classroom at USF. Horn earned a bachelor’s degree in 2020, summa cum laude. Now an MBA student, Horn will leave USF with two degrees in the time most students take to earn one!
As an undergraduate, Horn made the dean’s list every semester and joined Delta Sigma Pi (a professional business fraternity). She also served as a resident assistant for USF Housing, where she helped create a safe and healthy living environment for students on campus – a tough job in typical circumstances but an especially challenging one during a pandemic!
As an MBA student, Horn took 12 credit hours during her first semester. She also began working as a hall director at USF Housing, supervising a team of RAs and serving in a weekly on-call rotation to aid RAs. As if that were not enough, Horn began working part-time as a graduate assistant and joined the Students of Color Advisory Board on USF’s St. Petersburg campus. She advocates for people of color and is helping with a research effort to identify mental health challenges students of color face at disproportionate rates. The findings will be used to develop a resource guide.
Beyond the university walls, she volunteers for Allendale United Methodist Church as part of an adult leadership team and she works with the LBGT community. Horn is also a data analyst for Inclusivity, LLC, a St. Petersburg-based consulting and management advising firm.