ECCOO Residential Learning Community

The Early College Credit Offers Opportunity (ECCOO) RLC is a community of incoming first year students who are entering college as a first year student. This is a group of students who are in a unique position to enter Campbell University as a first year student, but are enrolled in upperclassmen level courses.

Students in this RLC will live together in Hedgpeth Hall suites while participating in a Campbell University Freshmen Seminar (CUFS) course together. Students who participate in a course and live together are more likely to successfully acclimate to college life and have a higher GPA. The ECCOO community will have support from their Faculty Fellow, a staff or faculty member who has expertise when working with students who enter with early college credit.

Living in this community is a great way for students to connect with peers on a similar path, lay a solid foundation for academic success, and take advantage of all Campbell has to offer during their short time at CU.

Join Our Community

The ECCOO RLC is an opportunity for a select group of first year students to live and study together while taking upperclassmen courses.  Members of this community will live with a Community Mentor, upperclassmen student, who also came into college with 30+ credits and will be able to help guide them throughout their first year. The opportunities provided throughout their academic year will provide tools for academic success, social stability, and continued preparation to plan out their college career and beyond.


  • Live with peers who have a similar academic advantage in Hedgpeth Hall.
  • Take a specialized CUFS course with a Faculty Fellow prepared to help these students succeed and overcome unforeseen challenges.
  • Develop relationships with fellow students in other RLCs, a Community Mentor, and a Faculty Fellow.
  • Continue development and support throughout the spring semester
  • Develop career readiness materials to continue preparation for a successful career


  • Monthly meals and semester one-on-ones with your Faculty Fellow
  • Internship and career planning ¬†
  • Social events planned by RLC Community Mentor to network with other students in RLCs
  • Mentorship program between upperclassmen students and RLC participants
  • Built-in study sessions for common courses among students


  • The ECCOO community is only open to first-year students
  • Enroll in ECCOO specialized CUFS Course
  • Agree to live in Hedgpeth Hall
  • Attend all programs and course classes

How to Apply

  • When applying for housing, you will fill out your Housing Application. This application will prompt you to express interest in an RLC, select the ECCOO RLC option.
    • By selecting this option, you are NOT enrolling in the ECCOO RLC, simply showing interest in the community.
    • Jenna Jeslis, Assistant Director of Residence Life, will contact you with an application to fill out where you will be considered for a spot in the ECCOO RLC.
    • You will find out if you were selected to live in an RLC by the end of May.
    • Once selected for the community, you will be placed into the ECCOO CUFS course in place of your generic CUFS Course.

If you have additional questions about this process or the RLC in general, please email or call the Residence Life and Housing Office at (910) 893-1546.