The Undergraduate Transfer Admissions Office will handle the applications and inquiries for all main campus transfers students, second bachelor’s degree seeking students, Special non-degree seeking students(visiting), campus transfers, and returning students. An applicant is considered to be a transfer student if they have completed any number of college credit hours after their official high school graduation date. This does not include Dual Enrolled or Early College students. Early College and Dual Enrolled students will apply as freshmen.
Campbell University does not require a minimum number of hours in order to transfer. Transfer students must be in good academic and social standing at the school from which they are transferring. A transfer student will be considered on the basis of their overall college record. Work attempted and/or completed at the two-year institutions may receive up to 64 hours of credit. Applicants from four-year institutions do not have a limit on the amount of hours that will transfer. These courses will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. In order to earn a bachelor’s degree from Campbell, a student must complete the final 32 hours at Campbell, and 12 of these hours must be upper level (300-400) courses.
- Fall Admission Deadline: August 1st
- Spring Admission Deadline: December 1st
Summer Admission Deadline: May 1 (Students planning to continue taking classes in the fall semester need to apply for fall admission. If accepted, you will need to notify the Admissions Office that you would like to start taking classes during one of two summer sessions)
Transfer Admission Requirements
The Application Process
- Complete and submit an application for admission.
- Request an official college transcript from each of your post-secondary institutions
- Request official (final) high school transcript or GED results be sent.*
- Submit SAT/ACT sores if applicable.**
- If applicable, submit your military transcripts. You will also need to send Copy 4 of your DD Form 214.
Request all documents be sent to:
Undergraduate Admissions Office
P.O. Box 546
Buies Creek, NC 27506
If your previous institution sends them through a secure electronic format, request them to send to Beth May at email@example.com.
Once we receive all documents required to complete your admissions file, you should hear of a decision within two weeks. We are on a rolling admissions cycle, so there are no application deadlines. The sooner you apply, the better, to ensure timely completion of your financial aid award package.
*Transfer Students and Second Bachelor Degree seeking students, who have completed 24+ credit hours from an accredited college, are not required to provide a high school transcript or general educational development tests (GED) certificate. Dual Enrolled/Early College Students will be required to submit final high school transcript and official test scores.
**We waive the SAT/ACT requirement for all students that are at least one year removed from his/her high school graduation date.
Note: Waiving the SAT/ACT requirement may cause students to be placed in developmental Chemistry, English and Math courses. These developmental courses can only be bypassed if required SAT/ACT scores are submitted, or a student transfers in college credit that is equal to or greater than the course requirements.
A transfer student will be considered on the basis of their overall college record. Work attempted and/or completed at the two-year institutions may receive up to 64 hours of credit. Transfer students from four-year institutions will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis for credit. The final 32 hours of a degree must be taken at Campbell University.
Campbell University does not require a minimum number of hours in order to apply for transfer admission. An applicant is considered to be a transfer student if he/she has completed any number of college credit hours after their official high school graduation date. Transfer students must be in good academic and social standing at the school from which they are transferring.
Special Non-Degree Seeking Student (Visiting Student) Admission Requirements
A visiting student is titled “Special Non-Degree Seeking” on our application. This is a student who wishes to take undergraduate courses but does not intend to pursue a bachelor’s degree from Campbell.
Special students are welcome to take courses during any of our fall, spring, or summer terms. Special students must be in good academic and social standings at their previously attended institutions.
Apply for admission by completing the online application.
Special Students must submit a new application for admission at the start of each semester they intend to take courses at Campbell. Special students are not required to submit transcripts from previously attended colleges or universities. Special students are not eligible for financial aid or transfer merit-scholarships.
Returning Student Admission Requirements
- College Transcript(s) from schools attended after your last semester of enrollment with Campbell
You are considered a returning student if you have previously attended Campbell University’s Main Campus but have been absent from Campbell for one semester or more. We are glad that you are considering returning to Campbell to complete your baccalaureate degree!
You will need to re-apply for admission. You can do this by completing the online application.
On your application, please select that you are applying as a Returning Student. In the “colleges attended” sections of the application, please list all colleges, including Campbell, that you have attended in the past. We will have all of your previously submitted documents on file, and you will only need to submit transcripts from colleges attended during your absence from Campbell University.
Second Bachelor’s Degree Admission Requirements
- College Transcript(s)
Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university can apply to Campbell University in order to pursue a second bachelor’s degree, licensure, or to fulfill prerequisites for a graduate or professional program.