CCAD’s Vice President for Student Affairs Dwayne Todd received the Presidential Citation Award at a recent American College Personnel Association (ACPA) conference.
This award, which is rarely given to members of the association, recognizes lifelong service and extraordinary contributions to the profession of student affairs and most particularly to ACPA.
“One of the hallmarks of a great institution is the quality of its people,” said CCAD President Dennison W. Griffith. “Those of us who work with Dwayne Todd know of his professionalism, compassion, and leadership skills. How splendid, then, to see his national recognition from the ACPA. It’s nice to see one of our most loved and respected administrators recognized on a national stage by more than 7,000 peers—we’re all very proud.”
The award was presented to Todd on March 5 during the 2013 ACPA 2013 Annual Convention in Las Vegas.
The association, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C., was founded in 1924 to lead the student affairs profession and the higher education community in providing outreach, advocacy, research, and professional development to foster college student learning.
The groups consists of nearly 7,500 members representing 1,200 private and public institutions from across the U.S. and around the world.
Todd has been with CCAD since 2001. In his current position, he oversees residence life; student activities and events; counseling, career, academic support, disability, and campus dining services; student conduct processes, orientation and new student programs, campus safety and security and student insurance programs. He also participates in institutional assessment and planning.
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