Campbell University provides these statistics in accordance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act. Please note that the University does not recognize or sanction social fraternities, sororities or similar student organizations either on or off campus. Therefore, the figures reported below represent only events which occurred on the main campus in Buies Creek.Read the 2019 Jeanne Clery Act Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act
In accordance with the Right to Know Act and Campus Security Act (PL-101-542), the Department of Campus Safety provides information relating to security measures and crime statistics to all students and employees.
This act (Public Law 101-542), signed into law in November 1990 by the U.S. Department of Education, applies to institutions of higher education receiving federal financial assistance. Under this policy, current and prospective students must be informed of completion or graduation rates of students seeking certificates or degrees. The act also requires reporting of security policies and crime statistics to students, employees, and the U.S. Department of Education.
Crime statistics reflect all crimes reported within the last three-year period that have occurred at Campbell University.
The Department of Campus Safety is required to insure that crime statistics and alert bulletins are distributed, and/or released through the University newspaper, “The Campbell Times,” to all students, faculty, and staff to warn potential victims of the threat of a crime or a crime that has occurred on campus and/or within the surrounding area of Campbell University.