Prospective students who are offered admission to one of the extended programs must have a minimum of a 2.0 G.P.A at the completion of six (6) credit hours. Otherwise, the university reserves the right to rescind admission.
ACT & SAT Scores
Applicants are not required, but may submit present scores from the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Scores on these tests can be used as a partial basis for admission.
Applicants who have a high school diploma or GED and did not take the SAT or ACT or whose scores fall below the minimal acceptable standard for entry will be required to take an assessment test to measure their Math and English aptitude prior to being full admitted. These scores will be the basis for placement in the appropriate English and/or Math courses.
Meet with an Admissions Counselor or Enrollment Facilitator
After applying to one of our extended campuses – Camp Lejeune, Fort Bragg/Pope or Raleigh – applicants should meet with a counselor or enrollment facilitator. Counselors and facilitators provide suggestions for study and remedial work, if needed, based on a student’s prior education. To schedule a meeting, please contact us.
Full policies for Admissions to Campbell University’s Adult & Online Education programs can be found in the Adult & Online Education Student Handbook. This handbook is supplemental to the Campbell University Undergraduate Student Bulletin and provides policies and procedures that pertain to Adult & Online Education students only.
These policies, coupled with rolling admissions each 8-week accelerated term, allow adult students provisional admission while awaiting receipt of all required documents. All first-time college students (those students with no prior college experience) must undergo initial entry assessment and counseling.