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You'll need to make sure to have official copies of your high school transcript sent to us from your school. If you have taken any college courses, those official transcripts should be sent as well.

Official transcripts must bear either the signature of a school official or the official seal of the school stamped on the transcript. A transcript cannot be considered official if it lacks a signature or seal or is labeled as "Issued to Student."

The best way to insure that your transcript is official is to have your school send the transcripts directly to the Admissions Office by postal mail or electronically through the College Foundation of North Carolina.

College Exam Test Scores

In addition to your official transcripts, the Admissions Office requires that all applicants take either the SAT or ACT and send an official copy of their scores.

The easiest way to send your test scores to the University is by noting on your test that you would like the results to be sent to Campbell University. You can note this using special codes. The SAT code for Campbell University is 5100. The ACT code is 3076. Including those codes on your test will allow us to receive the results automatically once they are made available

If you didn't request that the University receive your scores when you took the test, you will need to provide us with an official copy of your results. Official test score results must bear the logo of the testing board.

The Admissions Office will accept readable copies of your scores made from the original score report sent to you by the testing organization.

Also, we will accept any test scores that are reported on your high school transcript. To find out if your school includes test scores on its transcripts, contact your high school guidance counselor.

Optional Materials

You may decide to include other documents with your application in addition to those required above. The Admissions Office welcomes any of these optional materials. We want to know as much about you as possible so that we can make the right decision.

Common materials that people choose to send with their application include:

  • Personal essays
  • A photo
  • Letters of recommendation

These materials are not required, but if you choose to send them, the Admissions Office will review them and include them in the decision-making process.

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