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Transfer Student Orientation

This event is for all incoming freshman, transfer, second bachelor degree, campus transfer, returning, and non-degree seeking (visiting) undergraduate students.  Orientation provides opportunities to meet other future Camels, make friends, and learn about life at Campbell.  You will also have a chance to participate in a service project, view different residence hall rooms, as well as receive your class schedule.  At the day’s end Friday, prepare for a Faculty Meet and Greet followed by a night of games, entertainment and food!  

Parents will have the opportunity to meet with various departments and have pertinent questions answered.  Advice will also be given on how to help their student transition from high school to college living.

Fall 2015

For those students planning to enroll in Fall (August) 2015, we offer the following Orientation dates to choose from during the summer.

Friday-Saturday, June 26-27, 2015*

Friday-Saturday, July 10-11, 2015*

If you are unable to attend one of the first two options, we will hold a “Mini Orientation” on Tuesday, August 18, 2015.

There are three steps in completing your registration for Orientation.

  1. Submit your enrollment deposit and enrollment deposit form, if you have not already done so.
  2. Complete the registration form for the Orientation date of your choice by clicking on one of the links below:
    1. ​Friday-Saturday, June 26-27, 2015
    2. Friday-Saturday, July 10-11, 2015
  3. Pay the Orientation fee by clicking here

*Orientation dates in June and July are two-day events for all incoming first-time freshmen.  First-time freshmen include students who have earned college credits prior to high school graduation.  This includes Early College and Middle College high schools. 

Students who will begin at Campbell as a transfer, second bachelor, non-degree seeking (visiting), campus transfer, or returning student will conclude all required Orientation sessions in the afternoon on Friday.  You are not required to pay the Orientation fee.

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