Catalog

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View the 2015-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Erratum

Erratum to the Campbell University Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 2015-2017

[correction to the General Academic Appeals policy] Page 85 in the 2015-2017 Undergraduate Studies should be replaced with the following:

General Academic Appeals

Academic appeals are handled within the appropriate college or school. Any grievance of a student relating to an academic matter shall first be discussed with the appropriate faculty member. Every effort should be made to resolve the matter at this level. If the grievance cannot be resolved with the faculty member, the student shall discuss the matter with the appropriate department chair. If the grievance cannot be resolved with the department chair, the student shall discuss the matter with the appropriate dean. The decision of the dean in academic matters is final.

[correction to the enrollment deposit] Page 24 of The Bulletin Procedures for Accepted Students 1.

Submit the $250.00 enrollment deposit and enrollment card online at www.campbell.edu/accepted or return the enrollment deposit and the enrollment card to the Admissions Office, Campbell University, Post Office Box 546, Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506. Upon receipt of enrollment deposit, the Residence Life office will be notified. You will then be sent emails regarding your housing process. This deposit a) secures a space in the classroom and b) serves as a security deposit on a residence hall bed. This deposit is refundable with a written request made prior to May 1, for students enrolling in the fall and by December 1, for students enrolling in the spring. The deposit is not a fee; it will be credited toward the student‘s tuition charges on their business office account.

[correction to the Presidential Scholarship amount] Page 44 of The Bulletin

Academic Scholarships

Campbell University awards the following institutional academic scholarships to freshman applicants at the time of admission:

  1. Presidential – Amounts range from $14,000 to $16,000 per year;
  2. Presidential Transfer – Amounts range from $14,000-$16,000 per year;
  3. Scott-Ellis – Amounts range from $7,000 to $13,000 per year;
  4. Scott-Ellis Transfer – Amounts range from $6,000 to $13,000 per year.

[correction to # of ENGL 300-/400-level electives and total minimum hours beyond ENGL 102] Page 169 of The Bulletin

Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in English (CIP 23.0101)

J. Three electives from the 300-/400-level courses, including ENGL 419 seminar in special topics All students majoring in English must complete a minimum of 39 hours in English beyond ENGL 102 with a “C” or better in all English courses. It must be stressed that 39 hours is the minimum and that the English major is encouraged to use electives to broaden his/her experience in literature and writing.

The following policy becomes effective immediately as of August 18, 2015:

The Online Attendance/Course Participation Policy on page 30 of the 2015-17 Undergraduate Bulletin has been revised to more accurately reflect current Financial Aid Requirements

Online Education Attendance/Course Participation Policy (New Policy)

Campbell University believes that students must attend class in order to attain the course learning outcomes. The expectation for students in blended or online courses is no different in this regard than for traditional courses. The University attendance policy found in the Undergraduate Studies Bulletin requires students to attend at least 85% of the classes held in order to receive academic credit for a course.

Though with a different delivery mode and different definition of participation, the same class attendance/course participation expectations hold for blended or online courses. Student attendance in blended or online courses is defined as active and consistent participation in the course as described in the individual course syllabus. Online and blended courses will, at a minimum, have weekly requirements for student participation which can be documented by any or all of the following methods:

  • Completion of tests
  • Submission/completion of assignments as specified by the professor/instructor
  • Communication with the professor/instructor concerning course content

Students in online or blended courses must demonstrate their participation by the last day of the published add/drop period for the term or semester in order to verify their enrollment. Students who fail to maintain active participation in an online or blended course will not receive credit for the course.

Note: The above statement replaces the following policy appearing on page 30 of the Campbell University Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 2015-2017:

Online Education Attendance/Course Participation Policy (Old Policy)

Campbell University believes that students must attend class in order to attain the course learning outcomes. The expectation for students in blended or online courses is no different in this regard than for traditional courses. The University attendance policy found in the Undergraduate Studies Bulletin requires students to attend at least 85% of the classes held in order to receive academic credit for a course.

Though with a different delivery mode and different definition of participation, the same class attendance/course participation expectations hold for blended or online courses. Student attendance in blended or online courses is defined as active and consistent participation in the course as described in the individual course syllabus. Online and blended courses will, at a minimum, have weekly requirements for student participation which can be documented by any or all of the following methods:

  • Completion of tests
  • Submission/completion of assignments as specified by the professor/instructor
  • Communication with the professor/instructor

Students in online or blended courses must demonstrate their participation by the last day of the published add/drop period for the term or semester in order to verify their enrollment. Students who fail to maintain active participation in an online or blended course will not receive credit for the course.

Addendum

ADDENDUM to the 2015-17 Campbell University Undergraduate Studies Bulletin
(This addendum replaces text appearing on pages 83-86.)

ADDENDUM to the 2015-17 Campbell University Undergraduate Studies Bulletin
(This addendum replaces the master calendar)

ADDENDUM to the 2015-17 Campbell University Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 
(This addendum replaces text found on pages 35 and 79 of the Bulletin.)

ADDENDUM to the 2015-17 Campbell University Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 
(This addendum replaces text found on page 12 of the Bulletin.)