WHY CAMPBELL?

Success doesn’t happen by accident, and for that reason, finding your purpose is our priority at Campbell University.
No matter what your future plan looks like—or how often it changes—Campbell University is a catalyst for your success.

CAMPBELL PRIDE

is unmistakable

Campbell is a welcoming, dynamic and student-focused campus. You will be surrounded by a caring, close-knit community that values faith, service and learning. As a student at Campbell, not only will you find success, but you’ll also find a second family—and family matters.

PURPOSEFUL LIVES

meaningful service

The mission of Campbell University is to graduate students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service.

The University is informed and inspired by its Baptist heritage and embraces the conviction that there is no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry.

COMMON GROUND

wherever you go

Many undergraduates choose to continue their studies at Campbell University, completing one of its well-regarded professional programs in business, divinity, education, law, medicine, pharmacy or other health-related fields, such as physical therapy and physician assistant practice.

PREMIER PROGRAMS

in fast-growing professions

Homeland Security
Trust and Wealth Management
Biology/Pre-Med
PGA Golf Management
Pre-Pharmacy
Nursing
Engineering (Coming Fall 2016)
Physical Therapy Program

“I just returned from a three-month internship that I completed at US Golf Camps, which is a sleep-away golf camp. It was an incredible amount of work and an unbelievable learning experience. I learned more than I ever could have imagined and had an amazing experience. The PGA Golf Management degree program is one of the most amazing degrees offered by any university. If you’re looking to be one of the best, most respected golf professionals in the business once you graduate, there’s no other place you should be thinking about going.” —Max Bosco ’17

“I am a pre-nursing major with a minor in health communications. There is a lot of excitement surrounding the history-making launch of the BSN program at Campbell, and I consider it a privilege to be part of the inaugural nursing class. The excitement is contagious.” —Emily Grace Harris ’18

100+ undergraduate programs
3,000 undergraduate enrollment on campus
6 graduate and professional schools

ACADEMICS

We offer a world-class selection of majors and classes, but more importantly, we offer premier programs in fast-growing professions.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Internships and practicums provide on-the-job opportunities for experiential learning and networking.

PRIORITY ADMISSION

Campbell undergraduates are given priority consideration for admission into graduate and professional programs.

37 states represented among new students
82% of new students are from NC
11 countries represented among new students

MAJORS, TRACKS, CONCENTRATIONS

Accounting (BBA)

Applied Science (BAS)*

Athletic Training (BS)

Biochemistry (BS)

• Pre-Medical

Biology (BS)

• Pre-Dentistry

• Pre-Graduate Studies

• Pre-Medicine

• Pre-Optometry

• Pre-Physical Therapy

• Pre-Physician Assistant

• Pre-Veterinary

Business Administration (BBA)

Chemistry (BS)

Christian Studies (BA)

• Christian Ministry

• Christian Studies Pre-Law

• Youth Ministry

Church Music (BA)

Clinical Research (BS)

Communication Studies (BA)

• Broadcasting and

Electronic Media

• Communication Pre-Law

• Digital and New Media

Communication

• Generalist

• Journalism

• Public Relations and

Corporate Communication

Composition (BA)

Comprehensive Music (BA)

Criminal Justice

Administration (BA)

• Criminal Justice Concentration

• Homeland Security

• Information Technology

Management

• Information Technology

Security

Criminal Justice Administration

Pre-Law (BA)

Economics (BS)

Economics Pre-Law (BS)

Education (BS)

• Birth to Kindergarten (B–K)

• Elementary Education (K–6)

• Middle Grades Education (6–9)

Language Arts

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

• Secondary Education (9–12)

Biology

English

History

Mathematics

Social Studies

• Special Subject Areas (K–12)

Spanish

Health & Physical Education

Music

Special Education

Engineering (BS)

• Mechanical Engineering

• Chemical/Pharmaceutical

Engineering

English (BA)

• English Pre-Law

Exercise and Sports Science (BS)

• Pre-Occupational Therapy

Finance (BBA)

Fitness Wellness Management (BS)

General Business (AA)

General College Undecided (UND)

Graphic Design (BA)

General Science-Clinical

Research (BS)

General Science-Pharmaceutical

Sciences (BS)

Health and Physical Education (BS)

Health Communication (BS)

Health Science (BHS)*

Healthcare Management (BBA)

History (BA)

History-International Studies (BA)

History Pre-Law (BA)

Homeland Security (BS)

Information Technology

and Security (BS)

• Information Technology

Management (BS)

• Information Technology

Management (AA)

• Information Security (BS)

• Information Security (AA)

International Business-Native

Language English (BBA)

International Business-Native

Language Not English (BBA)

International Studies (BA)

Kinesiology (BS)

• Kinesiology Pre-Medicine

Assistant

• Kinesiology Pre-Physician

Assistant

• Kinesiology Pre-Physical

Therapy

Marketing (BBA)

Mathematics (BS)

Music (BA)

Nursing (BSN)

PGA Golf Management (BBA)

Pharmaceutical Sciences (BS)

Piano Pedagogy (BA)

Political Science (BA)

Political Science-International

Studies (BA)

Political Science Pre-Law (BA)

Pre-Pharmacy

Political Science-Public

Administration/Public

Policy (BA)

Psychology (BS)

Social Sciences (BS)

• Criminal Justice Administration

• History

• History w/Teacher Licensure

• Homeland Security

• Political Science

• Political Science w/Teacher

Licensure

Social Work (BSW)

Spanish (BA)

Sport Coaching (BS)

Sport Management (BS)

• Sport Communication

Studio Art (BA)

Theatre Arts (BA)

• Drama and Christian Ministry

• General Theatre

• Performance

• Theatre Management

Trust and Wealth

Management (BBA)

• Trust and Wealth

Management Pre-Law

* Transfer Only

STUDYING ABROAD WILL DIVERSIFY
YOUR CAMPBELL EXPERIENCE

11 NCAA women's sports at Campbell
NCAA Division I
10 NCAA men's sports at Campbell

WOMEN’S SPORTS

Basketball Cheerleading
Cross-Country Golf
Lacrosse Soccer
Softball Swimming
Tennis Track and Field
Volleyball

CAMPBELL PRIDE IS UNMISTAKABLE

We are proud to be the only NCAA Division I team in the country with a Fighting Camel mascot. Our 21 teams are ranked among the strongest programs in the Big South Conference and they fuel an amazing level of Fighting Camel spirit.

Fans pack the stands on game nights, and a charismatic mascot leads the crowd, painted in and wearing orange and black, to loud cheers in the Camel Crazies section.

MEN’S SPORTS

Baseball Basketball
Cheerleading Cross-Country
Football Golf
Soccer Tennis
Track and Field Wrestling
22 club sports at Campbell
75% of students participate in campus recreation
19 club sports at Campbell

JOIN THE FUN!

At Campbell University, there are many ways to live it up when you’ve finished hitting the books. Here are just a few:

INTRAMURALS AND ACTIVITES

CLUB SPORTS

FITNESS

“Getting involved is easy. There is something for everyone!”
—Javone Wilson ’15

GET INVOLVED!

From social, political and service groups to academic and pre-professional societies, there is a campus activity for almost every interest.

CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS

Accounting and Financial Planning Club

Adam Smith Club

American Association of

Pharmaceutical Scientists

Asian Student Association (ASA)

Astronomical Society

Athletic Training Club

Baptist Campus Ministry (BCM)

Black Student Association

Board Game Club

Business Leaders of Tomorrow

Camel Crazies

Campbell Hispanic Association

Campbell University chapter of

National Association of Education

of Young Children (CUNAEYC)

Catholic Student Association

Chemistry Club

Christian Business Initiative

Circle K

Clinical Research

Student Advisory Board

Clinical Research Club

College Democrats

College Libertarians

College Republicans

Collegiate Middle Level Association

Common Ground

Communication Studies Club

Criminal Justice Association

Encounter International Ministry

Exercise Science Club

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Finance and Investing Club

Foreign Language Club

Future Officers Club

G-Force

Gilbert T. Stephenson Trust Club

Gospel Choir

Healthcare Management Club

History Club

Ignite

Inspirations Dance Company

International Business Club

International Society of

Pharmaceutical Engineering

Jewish Student Organization

John A. Freeman Psychology Club

Korean-American Student

Association (KASA)

Ladies and Gentlemen in Leadership

Mabel Powell English Club

Marketing Club

Mathematics/Information Technology

& Security (ITS) Club

Mock Trial

Music Club

National Association for

Music Education (NAfME)

NC Student Legislature

Nursing Club

Organization of Security Students (OSS)

Parenteral Drug Association

Paul Green Society

Pre-Pharmacy Club

Pre-SOMA Club

Professional Golf Management

Student Association (PGMSA)

Public Affairs Club

Ransom

Religion Club

Remembering Everyone Deployed

Shine

Social Entrepreneurship Club

Social Work Club

Sports Leadership Club

Student Alumni Association (SAA)

Student North Carolina

Association of Educators (SNCAE)

Student United Way

Teaching for Exceptional Children Club

Veterans Club

Walker Biology Club

Wesley Fellowship

COMMUNITY SERVICE/EVENTS

9/11 Day of Service

Backpack Buddies
Community Christmas Store
Inasmuch Day of Service
Kids on the Run
MLK Day of Service
Relay for Life

GREEK ORGANIZATIONS

Delta Phi Epsilon (Sorority)

Kappa Alpha Order (Fraternity)
Kappa Sigma (Fraternity)
Phi Beta Sigma (Fraternity)
Phi Delta Theta (Fraternity)
Sigma Alpha Omega (Sorority)
Zeta Phi Beta (Sorority)

HONOR SOCIETIES

Delta Mu Delta

Epsilon Pi Eta
Kappa Delta Pi
Lambda Pi Eta
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Omicron Delta Kappa
Phi Alpha
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity
Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Delta Sigma
Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Sigma Alpha
Pi Gamma Mu
Pre-Med Allied Health Honor Society
Presidential Scholars Club
Psi Chi
Sigma Beta Delta
Sigma Delta Phi
Sigma Tau Delta
Theta Alpha Kappa

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

GREEK LIFE

CAMPUS MINISTRY

CAMPBELL IS A WELCOMING, DYNAMIC
AND STUDENT-FOCUSED COMMUNITY

CAMPUS DINING

Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner, there is no shortage of grab ’n go dining options or traditional home-style specialties, both on and off campus.

MEAL PLANS

Meal plan options range from five meals per week to all access meal plans that give you unlimited access to Marshbanks Residential Restaurant.

RESIDENCE LIFE

With 13 on-campus residence halls and three on-campus apartment complexes, you’ll immediately feel at home in our vibrant, intellectual and fun community.

WHERE we are is a big part of WHO we are

CAMPBELL’S LOCATION IN THE RESEARCH TRIANGLE REGION IS A GATEWAY TO THE WORLD

Now is the time to discover how easy it is to consider Campbell your second home—maybe even better. Located less than 45 minutes from downtown Raleigh and Fayetteville, Campbell’s main campus in Buies Creek is an ideal environment to build friendships, be involved with campus life and focus on academics.

In fact, Campbell is one of only three private universities in North Carolina to achieve Level VI accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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INTO A WISH-COME-TRUE LIST

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