Campbell University’s admissions policies are applicable to all potential students. Full policies on Admissions can be found in the University catalog.
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.
The primary factor in the admissions process is prior academic performance in high school or in college-level courses. Other factors may include high school performance, work experience, military service, optional standardized test results, and a student’s potential to contribute positively to the Campbell environment. There are two routes for admission: (1) applicants with only high school graduate experience, and (2) applicants with prior college experience.
(1) High school graduate-only applicants: The primary factor in the admissions process is cumulative unweighted high school GPA and/or military experience.
(2) Applicants with prior college experience: The primary factor in the admissions process is previous college performance with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 from the most recent college experience and/or military experience (Teacher Education programs require a 2.5 GPA).
The first step is to complete the application, which includes submitting all unofficial transcripts. There is no fee and no obligation.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the campus you are interested in attending, to talk with an admissions counsellor: Camp Lejeune, Fort Bragg, Raleigh, or 100% Online.
Upon acceptance, students must submit official transcripts from all previous institutions to their home campus. You will receive an email instructing you on what address or email to send those two. Please contact your adviser if you have questions about the process.