William W. Campbell

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William W. Campbell was the director of the Clemson University Chorus in the 1970s and 1980s.

Campbell earned the Bachelor of Music degree from Texas Wesleyan and the Master of Music degree from Southern Methodist University. As of December 1980, he was working on the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary.

Campbell served as clinician for the South Carolina Music Educators Association, and in addition to his duties in the Music Department at Clemson, served as Music Director of Clemson United Methodist Church. He was also a member of, and advisor to Mu Beta Psi music honor fraternity.


  • "Happenings", The Seneca Journal and Tugaloo Tribune, Wednesday 3 December 1980, Volume 77, Number 73, page 1-C.

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