Community Expectations & Policies

Face Coverings

Masks are recommended in indoor spaces across the University. This includes all University facilities such as residence halls, dining facilities, classrooms, library, athletic venues and related.

Although face coverings are not required in indoor or outdoor spaces, the Campbell Health & Safety Committee believes masks remain an effective method to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Thus, the committee encourages members of the University community to continue to wear masks in public settings.

The Health & Safety Committee recognizes that situations may arise where this policy, for the safety of certain members of the University community, may require exceptions. The Campbell Health Center will still require masks. Masks may also be required for certain educational or other activities at the approval of the Health & Safety Committee. Campbell campuses located on military bases at Ft. Bragg and Camp Lejeune will follow the mask and other requirements of those specific locations.

Self-Report Positive COVID Test

Students, faculty, and staff must inform Campbell University if they have tested positive for COVID-19 and to notify the University and their faculty or immediate supervisor of their absence from campus.


Vaccines remain the best defense against COVID-19 and have proven effective against the most severe symptoms. Please get vaccinated and, your booster shot as eligible. COVID-19 vaccines and boosters remain available for our community through the Campbell Health Center Pharmacy.

Where can I get the booster vaccine?

Visit NCDHHS’s to find a vaccination site. Booster shots are also available at the Campbell University Health Center Pharmacy. Eligible faculty, staff and students can contact the Health Center Pharmacy at (910) 893-1400 to schedule an appointment to receive the Moderna booster.

Bring Your Vaccination Card

Bring your COVID 19 Vaccination Record Card to your booster shot vaccination appointment. If you did not receive a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, or need a replacement, contact the vaccination site where you got your first shot or your state health department to find out how to get a card.