Non-Department Specific Endowed Scholarships

The 2022-2023 Non-Department Specific Endowed Scholarship Application cycle will open March 1st, 2022.  The application will close May 1st, 2022. Scholarship selections are made after May 1st, 2022. Students will receive email notifications if selected.

*If scholarship recipient is chosen prior to May 1st, the application will be closed.*


Contact

If you have any questions, contact the Endowed Scholarship Program Office at 1-800-334-4111 ext 5776 OR 910-814-5776 or via e-mail at endowments@campbell.edu


Antioch Baptist Church Undergraduate Endowed Scholarship

Donors William E. “Ed” and Sadie P. Byrd, residents of Lee County, North Carolina are faithful supporters who love Antioch Baptist Church. They both grew up in Antioch with encouragement and nurturing loving parents, families, and were also married at Antioch Baptist Church.

The scholarship agreement requires that the scholarship be awarded to a full-time student(s) with financial need, and/or demonstrated academic ability with preference being given in the following order: 

  • A member of a family of the Antioch Baptist Church 
  • Residents of Mamers, North Carolina
  • Residents of Harnett County 
  • Resident of North Carolina 

Benson Baptist Church Undergraduate Endowed Scholarship 

The Trustees of Benson Baptist Church of Benson North Carolina are interested in the cause of Christian higher education and desire to contribute certain of their property to Campbell College to be used in support of its mission of affording a program of Christian higher education to young men and women. The trust is created in honor and remembrance of members of the Benson Baptist Church of Benson, North Carolina.

The scholarship agreement requires that the scholarship be awarded to a full-time student(s) with financial need, and/or demonstrated academic ability, with preference being given in the following order: 

  • A member of a family of the Benson Baptist Church of Benson, North Carolina
  • Any qualified student from a South Johnston High School attendance area of Johnston County, North Carolina
  • Resident of North Carolina

Center Baptist Church of Wade, North Carolina Scholarship

The Trustees of Center Baptist Church of Wade, North Carolina are interested in the cause of Christian higher education and desires to contribute certain of its property to Campbell University to be used in support of its mission of affording a program of Christian higher education to young men and women. The trust is created to honor and remember members of the Center Baptist Church of Wade, North Carolina.

The scholarship agreement requires that the scholarship be awarded to a full-time student(s) with financial need, and/or demonstrated academic ability, with preference being given in the following order: 

  • Member of a family of the Center Baptist Church of Wade, North Carolina
  • Any qualified student from the New South River Baptist Association 
  • Resident of North Carolina 

Emmett C. Aldredge, Sr. & Edna Bales Aldredge Endowed Scholarship

The Emmett C. Aldredge, Sr. & Edna Bales Aldredge Endowed Scholarship was set up in honor of Mr. Emmet C. Aldredge Jr. and Mrs. Anne Aldredge Greer’s parents. It is to provide financial assistance to worthy students while at the same time, supporting the great cause of Christian education and the endeavors of Campbell University in the field of higher education. Preference shall be given to the following undergraduate and graduate students who:

  • Extent allowed by law and wherever possible to the lineal descendants of Emmet C. Aldredge Sr. and Edna Bales Aldredge
  • To eligible current employees (or spouse or children of current employees) of Machine Welding and Supply Company or future companies owned by Emmet C. Aldredge Jr. and Anne Aldredge Greer
  • To any students whose home of record is in North Carolina

George and Annie Brown Endowment Scholarship

Annie Laurie Brown, a resident of Duplin County, North Carolina has for many years, been interested in and committed to the cause of Christian higher education. The purpose of the scholarship is to create a memorial to honor the lives of the two persons in whose memory the fund is created and to make it possible for worthy young Christian people who for financial reasons might otherwise be deprived of a college education to attend Campbell University.

The scholarship agreement requires that the scholarship be awarded to a full-time student(s) with financial need, and/or demonstrated academic ability, with preference being given in the following order: 

  • A member of, or whose family is a member of the First Baptist Church of Wallace, of Duplin County, North Carolina
  • A member of any Baptist Church of Duplin County, North Carolina
  • A qualified student accepted for matriculation by Campbell University 

Jonesboro Heights Baptist Church 

Donors William E. “Ed” and Sadie P. Byrd, residents of Lee County, North Carolina are faithful, dedicated, and longtime members of Jonesboro Heights Baptist Church in Sanford, North Carolina. The Donors have many years of extended family, personal love, support, admiration and service for Campbell University; Ed’s service includes many terms as a distinguished Trustee, Presidential Board of Advisors and committee memberships with Sadie’s faithful, dedicated support always at Ed’s side. It is the intent of the donors to create a scholarship fund that will provide financial assistance to worthy students while at the same time supporting the great cause of Christian education and the endeavors of the College of Arts & Sciences of Campbell University in the field of higher education.

The scholarship agreement requires that the scholarship be awarded to a full-time student(s) with financial need, and/or demonstrated academic ability, with preference being given in the following order: 

  • A student affiliated with any Jonesboro Heights Baptist Church, member of Jonesboro Heights Baptist Church, family members of the Jonesboro Heights Baptist Church 
  • Any qualified resident of Sanford, North Carolina
  • Qualified resident of Lee County, North Carolina
  • Resident of North Carolina 

Margaret B. Vann Scholarship 

In memory of Margaret B. Vann, the purpose of this fund is to award one or more undergraduate or graduate scholarships in each school year to such student(s) who satisfactorily demonstrates character and academic ability to the members of the scholarship committee of Campbell University.

The scholarship agreement requires that the scholarship be awarded to a full-time student(s) with financial need, and/or demonstrated academic ability, with preference being given in the following order: 

  • A member of, or whose family is a member of, the First Baptist Church of Wallace, of Duplin County, North Carolina and is a resident of Duplin County, North Carolina 
  • A resident of Duplin County, North Carolina 
  • Any qualified student accepted for matriculation by Campbell University 

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