The 2014-2015 Endowed Scholarship Application is now closed.
Campbell University is grateful for the financial assistance made available to students each year through our Endowed Scholarship Program. Through the generosity of the University’s supporters, over $54 million has been contributed to our private scholarship endowment fund to help Campbell students receive a Christian education. Each year, over 1,600 students are awarded endowed scholarships.
Freshmen and 1st term transfer students are considered for award of an undergraduate general endowment after they are matriculated main campus full-time students for the Fall/Spring semester. University policy is Academic Merit Scholarships (Presidential Scholarships, Scott-Ellis Scholarships, and/or Campbell Grants) will be comprised in part or in total from institutional, endowed, or other sources of gift aid available to the University. Students do not need to apply; general undergraduate endowment scholarship awards for freshmen and 1st term transfer students will be determined after the start of the Fall semester.
All undergraduate students can apply for departmental endowments. Departmental Endowments are awarded/selected by Deans of each department. Departmental Endowments do not reduce other scholarship awards. Contact your department for renewal requirments each academic year.
Following are the minimum undergraduate requirements to be considered for an endowed scholarship:
- Students must be matriculated main campus full-time students for the Fall/Spring semester
- Students must meet donor eligibility requirements (i.e. demonstrated financial need, residency, church membership, academic performance).
- Students must maintain a Campbell University cumulative grade point average of 2.3 or higher after the completion of the first semester and each subsequent semester. Students’ academic standing will be reviewed at the end of each semester.
In addition good conduct, good citizenship, community service, and other such similar criteria are considered in the selection of scholarship recipients.
All applicants will be sent an e-mail acknowledgment of receipt of their on-line application.
Graduate students must apply for endowments through their respective school.
Endowed Scholarship Lists
The 2015-2016 Endowed Scholarship Application Cycle will open in March 2015. If you have any questions please call the Endowed Scholarship Program Office at 1-800-334-4111 ext 1304/5776 or 910-814-5776/910-893-1304 or via e-mail at email@example.com
College of Arts & Sciences Endowed Scholarships
Art-Drama-Music students do not need to submit an application; students must contact the Fine Arts Department to submit a portfolio/audition. (910) 893-1495
Religion and Philosophy Department Endowed Scholarships
School of Business Endowed Scholarships
Paper applications available at School of Business - 2nd Fl, Rm#204 (910) 893-1380
Graduate Students: please contact the School of Business for an application.
School of Education Endowed Scholarships
Paper applications available in Taylor Hall Rm#230
Graduate Students: please contact the School of Education for an application.
Divinity School Endowed Scholarships
Students must apply for these endowments directly through the School of Divinity. Applications can be obtained in the Taylor Hall Admissions Office. The point of contact in the School of Divinity is Mrs. Kelly Jorgenson at firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Law Endowed Scholarships
Students do not need to submit an application; law students are considered for endowments at time of admission.
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Endowed Scholarships
Graduate Students must apply for these endowments on-line through the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences web site.