Colin Kroll lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife, Sarah, and his rescue Cocker Spaniel, Bambi. On campus, Colin can often be found in Starbucks meeting with small group leaders or talking with students and staff about how their faith and their work can intertwine to create positive social impact. Away from campus he enjoys hiking, trying new restaurants, and enjoying dog-friendly businesses where he can spend time with his whole family.
Prior to joining the Office of Spiritual Life, Colin served several churches as a youth minister. His passion for working with teenagers found a new home when Colin joined the Campbell Youth Theological Institute (CYTI) as a graduate assistant in 2017. Colin moved into the director role for CYTI in 2018, and he joined the Office of Spiritual Life as an associate campus minister in 2019.
Colin has a deep history with Campbell University as the twenty-first person from his family to attend the school. Colin has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry (2015) and a Master of Divinity (2019) from the Department of Christian Studies and the Campbell University Divinity School, respectively.