Countdown to Commencement 2023: Noah Campanelli

March 13, 2023

Accounting and finance double major Noah Campanelli is the next member of the Class of 2023 to be featured in the “Countdown to Commencement” series. Campanelli was nominated by Brandon Potter, head coach of the Fisher baseball team.

The Rochester, New York, native is actively involved in the School of Business and has had a successful stint as a captain on the baseball team. This spring, Campanelli was named to the Pre-Season All-America Team and added to the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s 2023 watch list. After the spring 2022 season, he was announced as All-Conference, All-Region, and All-America for Division 3 athletics – a triple play!  

“He makes me a better coach and encourages the success of others around him. His determination for success, effort, and work ethic, whether it be in the classroom or on the baseball diamond, is contagious,” said Potter. 

In the fall of 2019, Campanelli was part of the first pledge class of the St. John Fisher Omega Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, a professional co-ed business fraternity. He quickly immersed himself in chapter leadership holding the role of vice president of alumni relations from November 2019 to November 2021. The following year, he served as the chapter’s chancellor. He was on the chapter executive board longer than anyone has ever been an undergraduate member of the Omega Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi and students look up to him as a seasoned chapter leader. 

“Noah has had a passion for baseball since his early childhood and he hopes to continue his involvement in the game for as long as possible. On top of that, he secured an internship with Deloitte as an audit intern for this summer. He will achieve great things, no matter what career he decides,” said Potter. 

Campanelli has also been involved in student clubs and competitions related to his majors such as Investment Club and Accounting Club. Additional School of Business leadership positions he has held include serving as a member of the Dean’s Student Advisory Council and Beta Gamma Sigma, an honors society associated with AACSB-accredited business schools. He also participated in the Deloitte FanTAXtic Case Competition presenting solutions involving business and tax deliverables. 

“I am very grateful to St. John Fisher for creating an environment so supportive of growth. The professors, coaches, and staff all pushed me to achieve goals I didn’t know I was capable of. I feel very confident with my abilities to take on new challenges thanks to my experience here at Fisher,” said Campanelli.