Coordinator of Student Life
Student Affairs Dean's Office
Nick Campau's Bulldog pride runs deep as he exemplifies true Ferris State University
spirit. Campau's positive energy channels into his numerous collaborations with students,
where he often becomes a big brother, tutor, advocate, confidant, advisor and parent
for so many. During his daily routine, Campau enjoys being available for all students
-- listening to their dreams and aspirations and supporting them as they grow and
develop their own sense of independence. This is most notable through Nick's work
with the Ferris Youth Initiative, providing scholarship and mentoring for low income
orphans and those youth who have "aged out" of foster care.
Campau's community activities include his numerous hours of unselfish service to organizations
such as the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Jaycees, and WISE. He leads by example
and strives to serve others in helping to make the world a better place.
Secretary, School of Education
College of Education and Human Services
Described as being "the busiest person in Bishop Hall", Deb is quick to lend a hand
and uses her expertise and knowledge of the FSU community to find the resources necessary
to support student and faculty needs. She approaches new and challenging situations
with enthusiasm, taking great pride in knowing that she is able to turn a frustrating
situation into something workable. Students are Deb's top priority and she finds great
joy in knowing that she is able to make a difference for them.
As a very proud parent and foster parent, Deb is actively volunteering for Crossroads
Charter Academy, the United Church, as well as soccer and softball teams. She is also
involved in the community as a Girl Scout and Brownie leader. Her involvement with
the Ferris Professional Women allows her volunteer spirit to enrich even more local
organizations that include Relay for Life and the Susan P. Wheatlake Cancer and Wellness
Customer satisfaction is Marquardt's top priority. He has achieved it to an exemplary
degree in how he works harmoniously with a variety of departments and individuals
across campus. He is keenly aware of special diets for students and goes above and
beyond to ensure their needs are met. Helping students reach their potential and gain
independence is truly a gratifying experience for Bryan. The Bulldog spirit shines
through in how much he loves his work and Ferris State University.
Marquardt freely embraces the spirit of "giving back" as evidenced by his involvement
with the International Festival of Cultures, HOPE Network, 4-H, United Way, and St.
Michael's Parish. He also provides a positive role model for young athletes by having
coached the FSU Club Hockey team as well as currently coaching AAU youth basketball