Given the rapid increase in COVID-19 cases in North Carolina and the number of individuals who remain unvaccinated, face coverings are required when inside any Campbell University facility, effective August 2nd, until further notice. This requirement applies to all students, faculty, staff and visitors regardless of vaccination status.
This decision was made by our Health and Safety committee upon review of new tighter safety recommendations from the CDC for substantial or high transmission designated areas and the North Carolina Governor’s latest Executive Order (July 29).
What to do if you can’t wear a mask
- Any student who cannot reasonably wear a face covering for any reason should contact the Office of Disability Services.
- Any employee who cannot reasonably wear a face covering for any reason should contact Human Resources.
Social distancing limitations and limitations on capacity have been lifted. Classrooms, meetings, and events (including all athletic events) will be able to return to full capacity with no social distancing requirements.
Updated 1/4/22: The Campbell campus will be closed to visitors — except those who are essential to the functions of the University — through Jan. 19. The Admissions Office will continue to host prospective students and their families on campus as needed, but virtual visits are encouraged through Jan. 19. View resources for visitors →