2003-2005 Campbell University Catalog
The Online Catalog on CD ROM is the primary means of distributing the Bulletin. Printed copies are available for purchase from the Campbell University Bookstore at the Buies Creek campus.
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Copyright „ 2003 Campbell University
Welcome to Campbell!
A school where the individual counts: Campbell University is a friendly campus where small classes encourage closer relationships among students and faculty. The individual student is very important to fellow students, faculty, and the administrative staff.
Meaningful programs: With a tradition of academic excellence, Campbell readily introduces new programs that reflect changes in the professional and vocational developments of our nation and world. Intramural and intercollegiate athletics combine with academics to make Campbell an exciting place to study and play.
A pleasant social and cultural environment: Campbell is a coeducational, church-related university located in central North Carolina. Students are enrolled from all counties, with most states along the Atlantic Seaboard represented in the student body. Students from more than forty-five foreign countries regularly attend Campbell. The distribution of male and female students is almost equal. The climate in Buies Creek is mild with the opportunity for outdoor sports throughout the year.
Statements of Compliance
Campbell University reaffirms its standing policy of nondiscrimination, in employment and in all of its programs and activities, with respect to age, race, gender, religion, cultural and national origin, and handicap. Federal law expressly recognizes exemptions when claimed by religious institutions.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
Under the provisions of this law, students in post-secondary education have the right to inspect and review their school records, as defined by law. Other than for "Directory Information," Campbell University will release information only with the studentís written consent and will use "Directory Information" in the best interests of the student. "Directory Information" is defined as: name, dates of attendance, degree(s) received, academic majors and minors, student's local or grade address, telephone numbers, religious denomination, academic classification (freshman, sophomore, etc.), academic Dean's and President's Lists, membership in academic honor or service organizations, elected member of Student Government Association, last institution attended, and most recent institution attended.
Rehabilitation Act of 1973
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Campbell University does not discriminate on the basis of handicap in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. Inquiries may be directed to Dr. James Ellerbe, Post Office Box 97, Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and 1991
Campbell University complies fully with the provisions of this law. Inquiries may be directed to Dr. James Ellerbe, Post Office Box 97, Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506.
Campbell University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for men and women, and as such, does not discriminate on the basis of gender in admissions nor in the administration of educational programs, policies, and activities except in those instances which are exempt under Section 86.12 of the guidelines based on conflict with the religious tenets of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Inquiries may be directed to Dr. M. Dwaine Greene, Post Office Box 578, Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506.
Academic facilities at Campbell University are designated primarily for use in the education of Campbell University students; other uses, although quite worthy in themselves, and of benefit to the community, will not be allowed to interfere with that primary function. The Application of This Bulletin To Campbell University Students:
All students on all campuses who matriculate after August 1, 2003 will be governed by the provisions of this Bulletin (or Catalog); normally, students will graduate under the provisions of the Bulletin in force at the time of their initial registration and advisement so long as the student is continuously enrolled in a Campbell program. (Usually, this document is revised and reprinted on a two-year or three-year cycle.)
A student readmitted after an interruption of more than two years in his/her course of study at the University may, at the discretion of the appropriate academic dean, be required to fulfill the graduation requirements in the Bulletin in effect at the time of readmission.
The University reserves the right to change any of its regulations, charges, rules, schedules, and courses without notice and to make such changes applicable thenceforth, not only to new students, but also to students already registered. The University reserves the right to correct errors in its printed and electronic materials. The University also reserves the right to interpret its own policies.
All undergraduate students at Campbell University are subject to the provisions of the student honor code. All students are responsible for being completely familiar with the provisions thereof; ignorance of those regulations does not constitute a defense against a charge of violation of the honor code.