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Financial Assistance
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Payment Plans as a Form of Assistance
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Financial Assistance
The primary purpose of the financial assistance program at Campbell is to provide assistance for those students who could not otherwise acquire a college education. Campbell provides an extensive financial assistance program for eligible students in the form of scholarships, grants-in-aid, loans, and part-time employment.

In 2004-2005, Campbell awarded some type of financial assistance to approximately ninety-four percent of its students.

Further information about financial assistance, including application forms, may be obtained by writing the Financial Aid Office, Campbell University, Box 36, Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506, or by calling the toll-free number 1-800-334-4111.  Additional information may be obtained by visiting Campbell University's home page at http://www.campbell.edu.

Campbell accepts The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and does not require any other financial aid application.

Need is calculated from income and asset information provided by student and parents on the FAFSA, as well as family size and number of family members in college. This confidential information is used to determine the amount of assistance offered to our students.

To be considered for financial assistance or scholarships, the student must:

  1. Apply for admission to Campbell University. The Campbell University application begins the admissions process.  Acceptance to Campbell University begins the financial aid process.
  2. File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid and request the results be sent to Campbell University, P.O. Box 36, Buies Creek, N.C. 27506. (Campbell Universityís Title IV School Code is 002913. The DUNS number is 07-558-6057.)
  3. Be accepted for admission to Campbell University as a regular degree-seeking student and/or be making satisfactory academic progress.
  4. Transfer students must have an official evaluation by the Campbell University Registrar on file in the financial aid office prior to receiving an official offer of financial aid.
  5. A new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed each academic year. This should be done as soon as possible after January 1 each year.

Campbell University Financial Aid Office Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAP)

Revised  January 2005
The Higher Education Act mandates institutions of higher education to establish minimum standards of "Satisfactory Academic Progress." Campbell University makes these standards applicable to all programs funded by the federal government, including Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Work-Study, Federal Stafford Loans, and Federal Parent PLUS Loans. These standards are also applicable to the North Carolina Student Incentive Grant, North Carolina State Contractual Scholarship Fund, North Carolina Loan Program for Health, Science, and Mathematics, and certain university controlled scholarships based in part upon academic ability.

Programs administered by agencies other than Campbell University, such as private scholarships, or grants given by states other than North Carolina, may have their own academic standards for students. Students will need to contact such agencies to find out what those requirements are.

Campbell University Academic and Endowed scholarships have academic requirements that are higher than those in this policy.

Student-Athletes must satisfy the eligibility requirements established by Campbell University and by the NCAA to be eligible for athletically related financial aid.

General Satisfactory Academic Progress Principles
These principles apply to all of Campbell Universityís degree programs.  Specific guidelines for each academic program are outlined after these general principles. 

  1. Federal Regulations require the university to establish SAP standards in the following areas: (1) Cumulative GPA; (2) Cumulative Hours Earned; and (3) Maximum Time Frame. In addition, a schoolís SAP policy must include the studentís total academic history.
  2. These general principles apply to all of Campbell Universityís degree programs.  In addition to the general principles, students must meet specific guidelines for their individual academic program(s).  Program specific requirements are detailed after the general principles.
  3. Any student who is enrolled in more than one academic program must meet the guidelines for each of the programs in which they are enrolled.
  4. SAP will be determined one time per academic year, specifically, at the end of each Spring semester. Students wishing to have their progress reevaluated at other times during the year must submit a written request to the financial aid office.
  5. To earn hours at Campbell University, a student must receive a grade of A, B, C, or D. Any other grade does not earn hours.
  6. Classes in which a student receives a grade of Withdrew Passing (WP) will not be counted as hours attempted nor hours earned, therefore, will not negatively impact a studentís ability to satisfy SAP.
  7. Classes in which a student receives a grade of Withdrew Failing (WF) will be counted as hours attempted but not hours earned, therefore, will negatively impact a studentís ability to satisfy SAP.
  8. Classes in which a student receives a grade of Incomplete (I or IC) count as hours attempted but not as hours earned, therefore, will negatively impact a studentís ability to satisfy SAP.
  9. When a student repeats a course, the total attempted hours will increase with each repeat, but the student will only earn hours for a completed course once. Therefore, repeating classes will negatively impact a studentís ability to satisfy the 70% passage rate, but may significantly increase a studentís cumulative GPA.
  10. Included in attempted hours are all coursework attempted, including transfer credits, which consists of passed, repeated, incomplete, failed, and withdrew failing courses. Attempted hours do not include credits earned through Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), or other similar testing programs.

Failure to Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress
Students who fail to meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress standards will be placed on Financial Aid Probation (FAP) for a period up to one academic year. During the FAP period, a student will be eligible to receive financial aid. No student will be allowed more than two (2) semesters of FAP for the duration of any particular degree program at Campbell. 

At the end of the FAP period, students who still do not meet the SAP standards will be placed on Financial Aid Cancellation (FAC). Students who are placed on FAC will be ineligible for financial aid.

Transfer students will be evaluated at the time of enrollment using the same SAP standards.

Students returning to Campbell University following a period of absence or FAC must meet Campbellís SAP policy in order to regain eligibility for financial aid.

Appeals
Students on Financial Aid Probation or Cancellation may make a written appeal to the Financial Aid Committee. The Financial Aid Committee is comprised of the Director and Assistant Directors of Financial Aid. If necessary, the Dean of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Veteransí Affairs may be included. Financial aid may be reinstated by the committee upon demonstration of mitigating circumstances, which must be documented in writing to the satisfaction of the committee. Examples of mitigating circumstances and appropriate documentation include, but are not necessarily limited to:

  1. Serious Illness of student--statement from physician that illness interfered with studentís ability to meet SAP along with written letter of appeal from student.
  2. Serious Illness of immediate family member--statement from a physician along with written letter of appeal from student.
  3. Death of an immediate/close family member--statement from a minister, nearest relative, or an unbiased concerned adult along with written letter of appeal from student.
  4. Disruptive internal family problems--statement from parents, minister, or an unbiased concerned adult along with written letter of appeal from student.

Satisfactory Academic Progress for Undergraduate Students
Cumulative GPA
The cumulative number of credits attempted in the undergraduate schools of the university includes those credits attempted as of the last day to drop a course. Multiple attempts of the same course will be counted for each attempt for financial aid purposes.

Credits Attempted

Minimum Cumulative GPA

1 Ė 47

1.4

48 Ė 77

1.6

78 Ė 109

1.8

110 Ė 129

1.9

130 Ė 192

2.0

In addition, any student with a quality point deficit of 40 or more as calculated by the Registrar will be deemed academically ineligible, and therefore, will be placed directly on Financial Aid Cancellation without a probation period.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
To remain eligible for financial aid, undergraduate students must complete their degree requirements within 150% of the published length of their academic program. At Campbell University, students must complete the requirements for a bachelorís degree within a maximum number of credits attempted (including transfer credits) of 192.

Satisfactory Academic Progress for Graduate/Professional/Pharmacy Students
To receive eligible financial aid under the Federal Title IV programs, a graduate/professional/pharmacy student must be making "Satisfactory Academic Progress" (SAP) toward graduation. SAP as defined at Campbell University is as follows:

Law School - Juris Doctor (JD)

Maintain a Numerical Cumulative Grade Point Average of 75
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 75.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
JD students will be allowed a maximum of 135 attempted hours to complete their degree. This the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 (B)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
PharmD students will be allowed a maximum of 207.5 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 (B)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
MSCR students will be allowed a maximum of 62 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSPS)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 (B)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
MSPS students will be allowed a maximum of 46.5 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 (B)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
MBA students will be allowed a maximum of 54 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Trust and Investment Management (MTIM)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 (B)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
MTIM students will be allowed a maximum of 67.5 attempted hours to complete their degree.  This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Divinity (M.DIV.)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
M.DIV. students will be allowed a maximum of 135 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Arts in Christian Education (M.A.C.E.)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
M.A.C.E. students will be allowed a maximum of 90 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0 (C)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
D.Min. students will be allowed a maximum of 48 attempted hours to complete their degree. This is the maximum allowable time for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Master of Education (MEd), A-Plus-Masterís (A+M), Master of Arts Community Counseling (MA), Master of Education School Counseling (MEd), Master of School Administration (MSA)

Maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 (B)
A student must achieve and maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0.

Cumulative Hours Earned
A student must pass (earn) at least 70% of their credits attempted (excluding non-credit courses and pass/fail courses).

Maximum Time Frame
MEd Elementary Education students will be allowed a maximum of 51 attempted hours to complete their degree. A+M Elementary Education students will be allowed a maximum of 85.5 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MEd Middle Grades students will be allowed a maximum of 51 attempted hours to complete their degree. A+M Middle Grades students will be allowed a maximum of 85.5 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MEd Secondary Education students will be allowed a maximum of 51 attempted hours to complete their degree. A+M Secondary Education students will be allowed a maximum of 90 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MEd Physical Education students will be allowed a maximum of 51 attempted hours to complete their degree. A+M Physical Education students will be allowed a maximum of 93 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MEd Interdisciplinary Studies students will be allowed a maximum of 54 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MA (community counseling) students will be allowed a maximum of 73.5 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MEd School Counseling students will be allowed a maximum of 82.5 attempted hours to complete their degree.

MSA (school administration) students will be allowed a maximum of 67.5 attempted hours to complete their degree.

These are the maximum allowable time frames for receipt of eligible Federal Title IV Funds regardless of whether the student did or did not receive financial aid during any period of his/her enrollment.

Standards for North Carolina Residents
With the passage of the 2001 budget, the North Carolina Legislature began requiring institutions to reduce a studentís eligibility for the North Carolina Legislative Tuition Grant (NCLTG) if s/he has attempted 140 hours or more. The reduction is equal to 25% of the studentís regular eligibility. This applies only to students who would otherwise be eligible for the NCLTG. This standard includes all attempted coursework including repeated, incomplete, failed, withdrew failing, and withdrew passing courses. Attempted hours for the NCLTG program only do not include credits earned through Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), other similar testing programs, or credits taken during summer school.

Refund/Repayment Policy
In the event of a studentís complete withdrawal from the university for a particular enrollment period, refunds/repayments are calculated according to the Higher Education Act and its subsequent modifications. Campbell University will comply fully with federal regulations as required. This method will be used to determine refunds/repayments for Title IV aid as well as state and institutional aid.  This includes students who do not follow the universityís policy for official withdrawal.

Students may acquire a copy of the Campbell University Refunds/Repayment Policy upon request from either the Business Office or the Financial Aid Office.

Scholarships
Each year, Campbell University provides assistance to many of its students through various scholarships that are financed through institutional funds as well as privately funded sources. Since scholarship assistance often meets only a part of a studentís financial need, we ask scholarship applicants to apply for other financial assistance programs administered by the University. A student must be enrolled in twelve or more undergraduate level semester hours on main campus to receive a scholarship.

Academic Scholarships
Campbell University has the following institutional scholarships available with the following criteria:

  1. Presidential - 1150+SAT, B+ average, and top 10% of class standing (Ranging from $7,500 to $11,500 per year);
  2. Presidential Transfer - superior academic performance on the college level, leadership potential, and demonstrated performance of GPA 3.5 - 4.0 (ranging from $6,000-$8,000 per year);
  3. Scott-Ellis - 1000+ SAT, B average, and top 25% of class standing (ranging from $3,500 to $7,500 per year);
  4. Scott-Ellis Transfer - superior academic performance on the college level and demonstrated performance of GPA 3.0 - 3.4 (ranging from $3,300 to $5,900 per year).

Institutional Scholarships
The following assistance is provided to Campbell University students attending the main campus location who are members of Baptist Churches that participate in the Cooperative Program of the NC Baptist State Convention. A student may be eligible to receive one of the following:

Full-time Baptist pastors receive the Pastor's Tuition Scholarship (tuition is defined as approximately half [1/2] of the total tuition charged at registration.)
or
Spouses or children classified as legal dependents of full-time Baptist pastors receive the Pastor's Dependent Scholarship of $1,000.00 per academic year. 
or
Challenger or Acteen Scholarships as notified by the NC Baptist State Convention.  Amount of scholarship assistance will vary with the level of service attained in each organization.  Range of scholarship will be $200.00 - $550.00. 
or
Students majoring in Religion or Music and meeting the criteria established by department heads will receive $500.00 per semester.  However, this scholarship will be superseded should the student be recommended to receive a merit scholarship by the university scholarship committee.
or
Students minoring in Religion or Music (average a minimum of one course in this minor area per semester) and meeting criteria as established by the department heads - $250.00 per semester.  However, the scholarship will be superseded should the student be recommended to receive a merit scholarship by the university scholarship committee.

Endowed Scholarships
Campbell is most grateful for the financial assistance made available to its students each year through its endowed scholarship program established by its many supporters.

Academic major, financial status of family, academic achievement, character, and geographical area of applicant are often factors that must be considered in the selection of scholarship recipients.

The number and amount of these scholarships each year is dependent upon the number of returning recipients and earnings available from the invested principals.

Details concerning application procedures for endowed scholarships may be obtained from the Coordinator of Endowed Scholarships.

Federal Grants and Loans

Federal Pell Grant Program
As of this writing, students who have a sufficient financial need may be eligible for this grant up to a maximum of $4,050 annually. The Federal Pell Grant processor sends the student a Student Aid Report (SAR), which will state tentatively whether the student is eligible for the Federal Pell Grant.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants
A limited number of Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are available to undergraduate students attending Campbell University. Funds for the grants are provided by the federal government. Grants under this program can be awarded to students who: (1) are nationals of the United States; (2) have been accepted for enrollment as half-time or better students; (3) show evidence of making satisfactory academic progress in terms of financial aid; (4) demonstrate an exceptional financial need, with priority awards being made to Federal Pell Grant recipients. Grants under this program vary from $100 to a maximum of $4,000 per year depending upon funds available and the number of eligible recipients.

Federal Work-Study Program
The Federal Work-Study Program (FWS) enables those students who are eligible to have an opportunity to work and earn part of the money necessary to meet their educational expenses. It is an "hours worked, hours paid" type of program. The student approved for FWS is compensated on a monthly basis for the hours that s/he worked during the month. The FWS award is not deducted from a studentís educational charges at the beginning of the semester. Students work in almost all areas of the campus - library, food services, physical plant, dormitories, academic departments, administrative offices, athletics, etc. Student workers are encouraged to arrange work schedules to allow adequate time for their studies. A studentís FWS award depends on "need" along with the amount of funds available for FWS.

Federal Perkins Loan Program
The Federal Perkins Loan Program is a program of borrowing based upon need, which enables a student to borrow an annual loan limit of up to $4,000 per academic year with an aggregate maximum of $20,000 for undergraduates. The amount received annually depends on individual need and funds available. These loans are noninterest bearing while a student is enrolled at least half-time or better.

Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Programs
Under these Federal Stafford Loan Programs, a student classified as a freshman may borrow a maximum of $2,625; sophomore, $3,500; junior and senior, $5,500, per academic year with a total aggregate loan limit for undergraduate studies of $23, 000. (The borrower may borrow both a Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan and a Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan not to exceed annual loan limits with the combination.) Repayment of these loans begins six months after the student graduates, withdraws from school, or drops below half-time enrollment. The Federal Stafford Loan with first disbursements made on or after October 1, 1992 will have a variable rate of interest adjusted annually on July 1, based on last 91-day Treasury Bill auctioned prior to June 1, plus 3.1%, not to exceed 8.25 percent. Graduate and professional students may borrow $8,500 per year with a total aggregate loan limit of $138,500 for combined undergraduate and graduate studies.  Note: Origination and insurance fees of up to 4 % may be deducted from loan proceeds by the lender.

A Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan is a need-based loan guaranteed by the federal government, which will pay the interest on this type of loan as long as the student maintains at least half-time enrollment status. The government continues to pay the interest during the six-month grace period.

A Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan is a non-need-based loan. Unlike the Subsidized Stafford Loan, interest on the Unsubsidized Stafford, which begins to accrue at the time of disbursement, is the responsibility of the student. Students have the option to (1) make payments on the interest while enrolled; or (2) have their lender capitalize interest while enrolled.

Federal PLUS Loan Program
This is a loan program for parents. Annual loan limits are cost of education minus other aid awarded to the student. Interest rate on the loan is variable (based on 52-week Treasury Bills auctioned prior to June 1, plus 3.1 percent) capped at 9 percent. Note: Origination and insurance fees of up to 4 % may be deducted from the loan proceeds by the lender.  Campbell University requires completion of the FAFSA before a parent will be considered for a PLUS Loan.

Veteransí Administration Requirements
In addition to all other institutional policies and regulations, students who receive education benefits from the Veteransí Administration must comply with the policies of the Veteransí Administration and the North Carolina State Approving Agency for the training and education of students receiving VA education benefits. These policies include the following requirements:

The student must be fully matriculated prior to certification to the Veteransí Administration as eligible to receive benefits.

  • An undergraduate student will receive full-time benefits for 12 semester hours or more of work attempted, three-fourths time benefits for 9-11.5 semester hours of work, one-half time benefits for 6-8 semester hours of work, and reimbursement for tuition and fees for 1-5 semester hours of work. This schedule is applicable only to the standard semester generally used by the University.
  • Summer school, adult evening programs, graduate programs, and undergraduate extended campus sites with different academic calendars will be computed on an individual basis.
  • Only courses required to complete the program of education or remaining elective courses in the individualís curriculum may be counted in qualifying for VA education benefits.
  • A student may repeat a course and receive VA education benefits if an "F" grade was received, but not for a course for which a grade of "D" or better was received.

It is the individual studentís responsibility to advise the Veteransí Affairs Office of the University at the beginning of each semester or term of the courses for which the student has registered. In addition, it is the studentís responsibility to advise the Veteransí Affairs Office of any change in the studentís status, such as dropping or adding courses or withdrawal from the school after a semester or term has started.

If a student does not make "Satisfactory Progress" as defined in the Universityís Financial Aid or Admissions requirements in this Bulletin, the law requires that VA education benefits be terminated.

Army ROTC Scholarship and Funds
The Army ROTC Scholarship program is designed to offer financial assistance to outstanding young men and women motivated toward being an Army Officer. Some of these Army scholarships pay 100% of required tuition and provide an allowance each year toward books and supplies. In addition it provides a subsistence allowance each month for ten months of each scholarship year. Four, three and two-year scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The four-year scholarship is for incoming freshmen and is applied for July through November of their senior year in high school. Four-year applications may be obtained by writing: Army ROTC, Fort Monroe, VA 23351.

Information concerning three and two-year scholarships may be obtained from the Department of Military Science at Campbell University, tel. 1-800-334-4111, ext. 1509 or 1587.

All Advanced Course ROTC students (Juniors and Seniors) without scholarships receive a monthly allowance during 10 months of each year.

Campbell University provides each ROTC scholarship recipient an additional scholarship designed to cover the costs of on-campus room and board, however, the studentís complete financial aid package will not exceed total cost of education.

State Grants and Loans

North Carolina Legislative Tuition Grant (NCLTG)
All full-time degree seeking undergraduate students enrolled in twelve (12) or more hours who are legal North Carolina residents and have not previously received a baccalaureate degree are eligible to receive a maximum grant of $900 (subject to funding levels by the State of North Carolina) each semester from the North Carolina Legislative Tuition Grant upon completion of the application and being notified by the Financial Aid Office. These grants are made possible by appropriations from the North Carolina State Legislature.

North Carolina State Contractual Scholarships (SCSF)
These grants are available for residents of the State of North Carolina who have financial need. Eligibility is determined by the Financial Aid Office. These grants are made possible by appropriations from the North Carolina State Legislature.

North Carolina Student Incentive Grant (NCSIG)
The legislature of North Carolina has appropriated funds to establish grants to North Carolina residents who have significant financial need. The North Carolina funds match federal funds. To be considered for NCSIG, a student must apply through the FAFSA prior to March 15. Funding for this grant is based upon federal and state appropriations.

Vocational Rehabilitation
Students who are residents of North Carolina and have physical or emotional disabilities should contact the State Rehabilitation Commission for assistance.

Payment Plans as a Form of Assistance
Campbell University understands that cash flow or other problems make new and enlightened forms of payment a necessity. With this thought in mind, Campbell offers several techniques to assist families in paying for a Campbell education. Information about these payment options may be obtained from the Business Office.

Contact Information for Financial Aid from Other States

 

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