Residence Life provides a unique on-campus experience that offers a variety of personal learning opportunities to supplement your formal education. From your first visit to campus through graduation, the Residence Life staff is invested in providing you with support, guidance, and friendship.
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Student Activities fosters a co-curricular experience and welcoming atmosphere for students. We seek to improve the quality of life on campus through leadership opportunities, activities, and student-led organizations. These activities are designed to fit the needs of students by facilitating interpersonal and leadership development, creating an inclusive environment and encouraging student empowerment.
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The Office of Spiritual Life aspires to engage the university community in the areas of Christ-centered worship, spiritual growth and servant leadership. From our Ministry Groups to Campus Worship and even Connections there is a place for you to find where you belong.
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Campus Recreation provides an opportunity for the campus community to use various recreational aspects to improve their physical and mental well-being, foster relationships with other members of the campus community, and learn and practice life long skills which will enable them to maintain a healthy lifestyle and remain productive in their studies, various work environments, and throughout the remainder of their life.
Campus Recreation is comprised of four different program areas: intramural sports, fitness, club sports, and summer programs.
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First-Year Experience provides support and resources for the intellectual and social transition of new students by offering courses and programs that foster engaged learning and participation in the community.
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Fine Arts department offers a variety of public performances and events throughout the year.
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Food & Dining has dining locations all around the campus that have a range of menus and offerings, including a full-service Starbucks and a Moe’s Southwest Grill. We have a variety of meal plans that are convenient, flexible, and loaded with options.
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Campbell has four student media outlets:
Campus Alerts are part of Campbell's overall safety plan. All current students, staff, and faculty are welcome to enroll. To enroll, click the link below. This will take you to the login page for Campbell's Blackboard system. Once you've logged in, you can register for the alerts.
ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center that provides college students with a non-threatening and supportive link to important mental health information. Students are able to download information about various mental illnesses, ask questions, and seek help anonymously.
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