Setting: Medium four-year, primarily residential
In-state Tuition: $25,300.00
Out-of-state Tuition: $25,300.00
Student/Faculty Ratio: 19:1
SAT / ACT / GPA: 1616 / / 3.4
Male/Female Ratio: 49:51
Campus Housing: Yes
Religious Affiliation: Baptist Church
Campus Housing: Yes
Acceptance Rate: 59%
Campbell University is a coeducational, Baptist university in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Its main campus is located in the community of Buies Creek; its law school moved from Buies Creek to a new campus in the state capital of Raleigh in 2009. Campbell has an approximately equal number of male and female students.
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 three basic theological and biblical presuppositions: learning is appointed and conserved by God as essential to the fulfillment of human destiny; in Christ all things consist and find ultimate unity; and the Kingdom of God in this world is rooted and grounded in Christian community. The University embraces the conviction that there is no conflict between the life of faith and the life of inquiry.
Campbell University was founded as a community school on January 5, 1887 called Buies Creek Academy. It was founded by North Carolina minister James Archibald Campbell, under the conviction that no student should be denied admission because of lack of funds. In 1926, the school attained junior college status and changed its name from Buies Creek Academy to Campbell Junior College. In 1961, Campbell became a senior college. The name was changed to Campbell University on June 6, 1979 with the addition of the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law was founded in 1976, and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business was begun in 1983. The Pharmacy School and School of Education were established in 1985. The Divinity School was established in 1995. The School of Law moved from Buies Creek to its new Raleigh campus in 2009. The School of Osteopathic Medicine, North Carolina's first new medical school in more than 35 years, will open in August 2013.
Rural, 1,500-acre (6.1 km2) main campus
Paul Green 1914 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama Norman Adrian Wiggins 1948 former president and chancellor of the university John D. Loudermilk 1957 American singer and songwriter Jim Perry 1959 former Major League Baseball pitcher Gaylord Perry 1960 inductee of the Baseball Hall of Fame Cal Koonce 1961 former Major League Baseball pitcher and also Campbell's all-time winningest baseball coach Bob Etheridge 1965 former member of the U.S. House of Representatives, North Carolina, 2nd District George Lehmann professional basketball player John Tyson 1979 (School of Law) Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals Fred Whitfield 1980 president and chief operating officer of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats Elaine Marshall 1981 (School of Law) North Carolina Secretary of State Ann Marie Calabria 1983 (School of Law) Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals Emily S. James-Darr 2001 2 time Olympian in Archery Jane Smith[disambiguation needed] 2002 Canadian Cross Country Star Derek Barrows 2003 Professional Baseball Player: San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, Baltimore Orioles Lindsey Green 2009 Professional Pharmacist, former Charlotte Rollin Bobcats player
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$35.00Graduate application fee:
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