New Student Orientation
This event is for all incoming freshman, transfer, second bachelor degree, campus transfer, returning students, and non-degree seeking (visiting) undergraduate students that have not yet registered for classes. Orientation is your opportunity to meet with an adviser and register for your first semester of classes, as well as learn about all of the resources available to you as a student at Campbell. All students must register to attend one of the New Student Orientation events.
For those students planning to enroll in Fall (August) 2014, we offer the following Orientation dates to choose from during the summer. Students will be able to choose the date that best fits their schedule.
Fall 2014 Orientation dates are:
Friday-Saturday, June 27-28, 2014 *
Friday-Saturday, July 11-12, 2014 *
If unable to attend one of the first two options, we will hold a half day “Mini Orientation” on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
There are two steps in completing your registration for Orientation.
Step 1: Submit your enrollment deposit and enrollment deposit form.
Step 2: Registration will be available soon! Please check back at a later date
* Orientation dates in June and July are two day events for all incoming first-time freshmen. First time freshmen include students that have earned college credits prior to high school graduation. This includes Early College and Middle College high schools. Students that will be starting at Campbell as a transfer, second bachelor, non-degree seeking (visiting), campus transfer, and returning students will conclude all required Orientation sessions in the afternoon on Friday. These students are not required to pay the fee for Orientation.
**Note: Classes will begin on Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
If you have any questions regarding Orientation, please give us a call at 910-893-1290.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015*
As an incoming student to Campbell, for the Spring, Mini Orientation is your opportunity to meet with an adviser and register for the first semester of classes. This Orientation will also provide you with an overview of the resources available to you as a student at Campbell. We will discuss topics such as parking, student email, degree audit, student life, student activities, and campus recreation. We will send additional information regarding the location and schedule for this event as the details are finalized.
This event is for all incoming freshman, transfer, second bachelor degree, non-degree seeking (visiting) undergraduate students, campus transfers, and returning students that have not yet registered for classes. All students must register to attend the Mini Orientation.
Registration for Orientation
There are two steps in completing your registration.
Step 2: Submit your orientation registration form. (The registration form is not yet available, please check back in September.)
If you have any questions regarding Spring Orientation, please give us a call at 910-893-1290.