Campbell University's admissions policies are applicable to all potential students. These policies coupled with rolling admissions each 8-week accelerated term allows 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.
To begin the admission process to Campbell University Online, students must first apply, submitting all unofficial transcripts and providing a passport sized digital photo. While not required prior to enrollment, students will need official transcripts sent from their high school, all previous colleges, and their military transcript to [email protected] before completion of their third term.
Specific requirements for first-time students, transfer students, and military and veteran students can be found below:
Specific requirements for each degree can be located by clicking on the type of degree that you would like more information about below:
The first step is to APPLY. [There is no application fee and no obligation]
Full policies for Admissions to Online Education can be found in the Extended Program Student Handbook. This handbook is supplemental to the Campbell University Undergraduate Student Bulletin and provides policies and procedures that pertain to Extended Program students only.
We are excited that you have chosen to pursue your education with Campbell University Online. We are confident that the programs that we offer will help you meet your educational goals.
State Authorization and Consumer Disclosures:
States require that all universities be authorized to deliver university-level online programs to their residents. Currently, Campbell University is not authorized to provide online programs to residents living in:
Each institution in North Carolina is responsible for obtaining their own authorization to offer online programs in each state. If you reside in one of these states, please contact our office to verify this information before completing an application. This information is reviewed quarterly and subject to change based on legislative and administrative changes by each state. [Students residing on a military base may be exempt from the residential requirements]