The Dos and Dont’s of College

By India Heckstall | November 14, 2013 | FULL POST

Some of the dos and dont’s of being a college student.  DO ask your professors for help. They are here to help you in any kind of way. They are very approachable people and will be a helpful resource to you. DON’T procrastinate. Many of the assignments that you will be given are meant for you to complete a little at a time, not all in one night. Make a schedule for yourself.

Life on Campus

Life on Campus

By Isabel Moya | November 11, 2013 | FULL POST

My journey as a college student began when I was looking for the right school. At each campus I visited, I put a lot of emphasis on dorm life to help me choose the right school. Campbell did a great job on my tour of helping me picture what it would be like to live on campus. Since I am an out of state student, it was important to not only like where I would live, but also to enjoy it.

I Was Born To Be A Camel

By Hunter Tadlock | November 8, 2013 | FULL POST

I was born to be a Camel. This idea might sound a little strange to you, but to me it is a really simple concept. I chose Campbell because it is a small school with a very home-like feel. The professors are always there for you if you need to talk or need help with something, and it is beyond easy to make friends on campus. No matter where I walk, I always find at least one person I know.

Internship Experience

Internship Experience

By Whitney Myers | November 4, 2013 | FULL POST

I am a healthcare management major within the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business and for my major, a 200-hour internship is required for seniors graduating the following year. Students are able to participate in internships any time to get exposure and experience, but the Healthcare Management Internship class (HCM 490) is required for graduation.

Gospel Choir

Gospel Choir

By Shuntaria Wood | November 1, 2013 | FULL POST

Outside of my major my heart is in music – specifically gospel music. Gospel music ventures deeper into the conscience of an individual and speaks words of encouragement and wisdom. I grew up in a Christian home and was raised in a Bible-rooted church. As a child, I anticipated the fourth Sunday of every month because that was the day when the children’s choir would sing.

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Hannah Gooding Brandon Brown Shannon Wilson Justin Holmes India Heckstall Whitney Myers Hunter Tadlock Isabel Moya Shuntaria Wood Erin Schultze

Join current students on their journeys as college students. Our bloggers come from a wide range of majors including marketing, clinical research, exercise and sport science, healthcare management, political science pre-law, and mathematics with a teacher licensure. Our student bloggers know that choosing a college is an important decision, and they are excited to share their personal college experiences with you. Current Campbell students, interested in contributing to the Camel Stories blog? Send us an email about the story you'd like to tell.

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