About the Fort Bragg & Pope Campus
Campbell University on Fort Bragg offers evening Associate and Bachelor programs for active duty, civilian and veteran populations to help you meet your educational and career goals. Our courses are designed in 8-week accelerated sessions to allow flexibility for those juggling their families, work and school.
The Fort Bragg & Pope Campus provides a full range of student services, academic counseling, registration, VA advising, financial assistance and business functions onsite.
Located in Cumberland County, Fort Bragg is also convenient to Hope Mills, Raeford and Spring Lake.Request Information
Hassle-free Civilian Access
While the student population at Campbell’s Fort Bragg campus is 96% military-affiliated, civilians also have the opportunity to earn a Campbell degree right here in the Fayetteville area. Civilians can register, enroll in and attend courses at the campus.Learn more about visiting our campus
National Testing Center
Campbell University operates two National Testing Center sites on Fort Bragg and Pope to provide College Level Examinations (CLEP), Dantes Subject Standardized Tests (DSST), Pearson Vue, Excelsior Testing, and GMAT testing. The National Testing Center also offers college test proctoring services for a fee.Learn more about the National Testing Center
There are currently no AOE Fort Bragg events scheduled. See all University events.
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