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Peggy Campo

Dr. Peggy Campo

Associate Professor, Anatomy and Physiology

Norco College School of Natural Sciences, Health & Kinesiology


Peggy Campo, Ed.D.
Associate Professor, Anatomy and Physiology
Natural Sciences, Health & Kinesiology
Norco College
Office Location: IT 200D
Office Phone Number: (951) 372-7017


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Professor Peggy Campo

2022 Norco College Faculty Commencement Speaker

Dr. Peggy Campo has been a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology at Norco College since 2008. She teaches science classes with passion and love and is highly regarded amongst her colleagues and students.

Dr. Campo obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from La Universidad Católica de Córdoba, Argentina; a Master of Science in Biology, from the University of California, Riverside; a Master of Arts in Cell and Molecular Biology, from Harvard University; and a Doctor of Education in Leadership in Higher Education from Northcentral University. Dr. Campo’s spirit embraces the mission of California Community Colleges, stressing equity, access, and inclusion, and recognizes that education is the most reliable path to expand social and economic advancement.
Dr. Campo is an energetic storyteller who incorporates common everyday examples to help students comprehend complex biological concepts. She lectures with enthusiasm, humor, and care. Dr. Campo does not take herself too seriously, but seriously cares about her students and their success. She loves both science and learning and hopes that her fervor for both shines through to her students.
Dr. Campo is an influential member of the Biology Department having served as the Norco Academic Senate President for five years and District Academic Senate President for two. During her tenure as senate president, she advocated for guided pathways, military credit for prior learning, and diversifying faculty. She can easily be found on campus, conversing loudly with everyone- avidly gesticulating, using colorful language, and laughing wholeheartedly.
Dr. Campo has been married for close to thirty years and is the proud mother to three children and multiple four-legged creatures. She lives close to her parents, siblings, nieces, and nephews, and considers family-time precious. She enjoys traveling, reading, and eating well.

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