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Campbell University

Campbell University
P.O. Box 567
Buies Creek, NC 27506

Official telephone: (910) 893-1200
Toll-free telephone: (800) 334-4111
Fax number: (910) 893-1288
Website: www.campbell.edu
Screen last updated on: December 2019
STUDENT PROFILE
U.S. region where majority of students come from: Southeast

Campbell University
CAMPUS ENVIRONMENT
Campus size: 850 acres
City or town school is located in: Buies Creek, NC
Population of city/town: 2,942
Locations of branch/satellite campuses: Branch campuses in Fort Bragg, Camp LeJeune, and Raleigh.
Online campus map: www.campbell.edu/
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LIVING ON CAMPUS
Institution offers housing: yes
Campus housing available to all unmarried students regardless of year: yes
Housing types (% in housing type, if given):
  • women's dorms
  • men's dorms
  • sorority housing
  • fraternity housing
  • single-student apartments
  • married-student apartments
Students required to live on campus: All unmarried freshmen, sophomores, and juniors under age 21 must live on campus unless living with family.
Percent of all students who have cars on campus: 90%
Student conduct policies:
class attendance mandatory, honor code, hazing prohibited
Alcohol is permitted on campus to students of legal age: no

STUDY FACILITIES
Every student is required to lease or own a computer: no
Every student is required to take a computer course: yes
Computer equipment is provided in: residence halls, library, computer center/lab(s), student center
Total number of microcomputers available to students: 250
Internet access provided to all students: yes
E-mail services/accounts provided to all students: yes
School has a library on campus: yes
Additional library facilities/collections:
Business, divinity, and law libraries.
Museums and other special academic buildings/equipment on campus:
Drug information center, museum/exhibit hall, nature trail, golf course.

ASSISTANCE SERVICES
Remedial learning services:
study skills, Tutoring, study groups, mentoring, lunch learn learn sessions, time management, specific counseling on study skills.
Additional services offered:
nonremedial tutoring, placement service, health service, Academic advising.
Counseling services:
veteran student, older student, career, personal, academic, psychological, religious, major.
Career placement services:
internships, career/job search classes, interest inventory, resumé assistance, interview training, career library, career fairs, electronic job board posting, electronic resume posting, graduate school fair.
Services for students with disabilities:
note-taking services, tape recorders, tutors, interpreters for hearing-impaired, special housing
Amount of campus that is accessible to physically handicapped: mostly

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Number of social fraternities on campus: 2
Number of social sororities on campus: 2
Student activities:
student government, student newspaper, literary magazine, yearbook
School newspaper(s): The Campbell Times
Number of honor societies: 18
Total number of registered organizations: 50
Campus-based religious organizations:
Christian Business Initiative, Religion Club
Minority student organizations:
Black Student Association
International student organizations:
South Asian Awareness through Humanities; Asian, Hispanic, and Korean-American Student Associations; international students and international business clubs
Other student organizations, musical groups, activities, and committees:
Campus Activities Board, Teaching for Exceptional Children, Common Ground, G-Force, Circle K, Habitat for Humanity, College Democrats, College Libertarians, College Republicans, Ladies & Gentlemen in Leadership, Mock Trial, Organization of Security Students, Students of AME, ; Astronomical, Pre-Med/Allied Health Honors, and Paul Green Societies; Education of Young Children, Student North Carolina of Educators, Criminal Justice, Professional Gold Management Student, and Collegiate Middle Level Associations; music, Adam Smith, English, communication studies, psychology, foreign language, future officers, accounting, finance/investing, trust, marketing, public affairs, social entrepreneurship, social work, athletic training, clinical research, exercise science, healthcare management, nursing, sports leadership, pre-pharmacy, pre-SOMA, presidential scholars, veterans, math/ITS, chemistry, and biology clubs

ATHLETICS
School has an athletic program: yes
Athletic director: Wanda Watkins,
Interim Athletics DirectorCoaches Liasion/SWA
Athletic department's mailing address: Director of Athletics,
Stan Williamson,
Campbell University,
89 Pope Street,
Buies Creek, NC 27506
School colors: orange and black
School mascot: Fighting Camels
Athletic conference memberships: Atlantic Sun Conference, Northeast Conference, Pioneer League (Football)

Sports offered Scholarships? Athletic Assoc.
Men's baseballno 
Men's basketballno 
Men's cheerleadingno 
Men's cross-countryno 
Men's footballno 
Men's golfno 
Men's soccerno 
Men's tennisno 
Men's track and field (indoor)no 
Men's track and field (outdoor)no 
Men's wrestlingno 
Women's basketballno 
Women's cheerleadingno 
Women's cross-countryno 
Women's golfno 
Women's lacrosseno 
Women's soccerno 
Women's softballno 
Women's swimmingno 
Women's tennisno 
Women's track and field (indoor)no 
Women's track and field (outdoor)no 
Women's volleyballno 

Athletic facilities:
aquatic and student centers; fitness facilities, intramural fields, natatorium, track, weight rooms
Intramural/Recreational sports:
basketball, corn hole, dodgeball, flag football, golf, kickball, soccer (indoor/outdoor), softball, table tennis, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball (indoor/mud/sand)

GETTING AWAY
Public transportation serves campus: no
Nearest international airport: Raleigh, NC (40 miles)
Nearest other airport: Fayetteville, NC (30 miles)
Nearest passenger train service: Raleigh, NC (40 miles)
Nearest passenger bus service: Dunn, NC (20 miles)

PAYING THE BILLS
Institutional employment is available: yes
Off-campus employment opportunities for undergraduates are: fair
Freshmen are discouraged from working for first term: no

AFTER GRADUATION
List of firms that most frequently hire graduates:
Bank of America, BB&T, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, MerrillLynch, Wachovia.
List of most prominent alumni/ae:
  • Bob Etheridge, U.S. Congressman
  • Elaine Marshall, North Carolina Secretary of State
  • Eugene McDaniel, U.S. Representative.

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