About King Louie

My name is Louis Cameron and I am now a SENIOR at ECU majoring in Philosophy with a minor in Political Science. After graduating, I plan on attending University of Connecticut, University of Maryland College Park or Bowling Green State University and enrolling in a Higher Education/Student Affairs Master's Program. I am a strong, determined, disciplined and God-fearing young, Black man who will one day work at a university in either the Dean of Students Office, Orientation Programs or Student Involvement and Leadership. I love working with college students, guiding them into the college life and getting them involved in campus organizations. -Office Assistant, Dean of Students Office -NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program -Student Blogger, ECU Admissions Office -Founder and President, K.I.N.G.S. -Orientation Assistant, Student Transitions & First Year Programs -SGA Undergraduate Senator, College of Arts & Sciences -Chairperson, SGA Appropriations Committee -SGA Representative, ECU Parking & Transportation Committee -Former State Vice President, Student NC Assoc. of Educators

What’s great about ECU?

My name is Louis Joseph Cameron III and I am a sophomore, majoring in Philosophy with a minor in Political Science. When I graduate, I plan to attend graduate school to get a Master’s degree in Higher Education/Student Affairs. I’d like to return to ECU and work in one of the various Student Affairs departments.

The main thing I love about ECU offers a lot of different organizations and activities on campus that you can get involved in. An organization that keeps me VERY busy is Student Government Association. In this, I’m the Undergraduate Senator for the College of Arts and Sciences. My job is to write bills and resolutions for the senate to improve student life. Being in SGA has allowed me to work with student leaders, interact with the ECU community, and network with professionals and administrators on campus. In doing this, I’m able to make friends, create more opportunities that will better the school, and provide my service to the school and learn about working in the college environment.

For future and current students at ECU, I think it’s important to know that college isn’t just about the degree. It’s also about meeting people and preparing for your life after graduation. There are many different opportunities available to students that will help your career and your life. In my opinion, if you do things in college the “right” way, you’ll have one of the best times of your life!