Last year was a banner year in the 126-year history of Campbell University.
The fall semester saw the launch of the Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine, North Carolina’s first medical school in over 35 years. With an expected 150-plus graduates each year beginning in 2017, the school will play an important role in easing North Carolina’s impending physician and health care professional shortage, particularly in rural and medically underserved portions of the state.
Our 2013 University Report highlights the birth of this school and the opening of its impressive home, the 96,500-square-foot Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences, which also houses Campbell’s physician assistant program. It also highlights the accomplishments of our established schools, from the law school’s first “top-tier ranking” by U.S. News & World Report to new programs established by the pharmacy school.
“The pioneering spirit of James Archibald Campbell can be seen in each step of this process as we endeavor to meet the needs of our community and our world. We are all Campbell Proud.”
Dr. Jerry M. Wallace