Information for me
I'm an Accepted Student
Congratulations on your acceptance to Campbell University! Below you will find valuable information that should answer most of your questions as you work your way through the enrollment process. Please take note of the following information.
Student ID #: You will find your Campbell University student ID number located on your acceptance letter. Save this number because you will need it later in the enrollment process.
Enrollment Deposit/Deposit Form: Students must submit an enrollment deposit ($100) and enrollment deposit form in order to reserve their spot in the upcoming class. This $100 deposit reserves your space in the class, as well as a residence hall at Campbell University. Visit Enrollment Deposit/Deposit Form for more details.
Immunization Forms: Immunization forms were provided in your acceptance packet. These forms will need to be completed by your physician and submitted to Campbell University’s Student Health Services Department prior to the start of classes at Campbell. If you have any questions about your immunization records, you may contact Student Health Services at 910-893-1561. You may also download the form at Immunization Forms.
SAT/ACT Scores: If you have retaken the ACT or SAT after you have been accepted, make sure you notify Admissions once you receive your updated test scores. If your test scores improve enough, you could possibly qualify to be evaluated for a scholarship increase.
AP Credit: In order to receive credit for AP test scores, you must submit the official AP score report to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. To see scores required for credit, visit AP Credit.
College Transfer Credits: If you have earned any college credits through dual enrollment, early college, or as a college transfer, you must request that the institution from which you earned these credits sends us an official transcript. If you have earned college credit through multiple institutions, we must receive a transcript from each institution individually. For dual enrolled and early college students, we are unable to evaluate any college credits appearing on your high school transcript. You must request an official transcript from the college that has granted you credit. Click College Transfer Credits for more details.
Orientation/Class Registration: Orientation will provide you with an overview of the resources available to you as a student at Campbell. Sessions will include topics such as parking, student email, degree audit, student life, student activities, campus recreation, etc. Orientation is your only chance to register for classes. You may select the date that works best for your schedule. There are three dates offered to attend: one in June, one in July, one in August. You will need to register to attend one of these orientation dates. Click here for more information about Orientation/Class Registration.
Accepted Student Day: Accepted Students Day is another opportunity to visit campus and become acquainted with Campbell and other accepted students. There will be fun-filled activities, events, and information sessions provided. This year’s Accepted Students Day is TBA, but the event typically takes place in early April.
Vehicles on Campus: Students are allowed to bring their cars on campus. Find more information about vehicle registration at Vehicles on Campus.
Residence Halls: All first-time, full-time students are required to live on campus for the first three years (6 semesters of enrollment) unless one of the following criteria is met 1.) Student is married 2.) Student is 21 years of age 3.) Student is commuting from the primary residence of a parent or legal guardian within a 50 mile radius of Buies Creek.
Visit Us: Whether it is your first visit, or one of many, please visit as often as you would like. To schedule a campus visit, Visit Us.
Thinking about changing your major? Students often decide to change their major after they have been accepted. Please keep the Admissions Office informed if you decide to change your major. This will help ensure that your information is sent to the proper academic department. Research the wide variety of majors we offer at Campbell by visiting our Degrees, Majors and Programs page.