Congratulations on your acceptance! The following list will provide important items for you to consider as you progress through the enrollment process.
Student ID Number: You will find your Campbell University student ID number located on your acceptance letter. Save this number because you will need it throughout the enrollment process.
Enrollment Deposit: A $250 deposit is required of all new freshmen and transfer students who enter in the spring, summer or fall. The enrollment deposit is a credit to your student account, which guarantees a space in class as well as a residence hall. The enclosed Enrollment Deposit Form must be returned with your payment. You may also complete the Enrollment Deposit Form and payment online by clicking on “Enrollment Deposit Form” at http://www.campbell.edu/accepted. For students entering in the Spring the deposit is refundable until December 15th and for students entering in the Fall, the deposit is refundable until May 1st. If you decide you are unable to attend Campbell and want the deposit refunded, you must submit a written request to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Housing: Following the payment of your enrollment deposit, you will be contacted by the Residence Life Office via email. Please watch for these emails and submit the requested information in a timely manner; this refers to ALL students planning to live on or off campus.
Magnus Health: Following the payment of your enrollment deposit, you will be contacted by Magnus Health via email. You will receive an email notification through your preferred e-mail address with instructions on how to complete and submit your information to them. If you have any questions about your health records you may contact Student Health Services at 910-893-1561. You will find more information under “Medical Forms” at http://www.campbell.edu/accepted.
Financial Aid: Make sure you complete the current FAFSA. Visit http://www.FAFSA.gov, to do so. Campbell University’s FAFSA Code is (002913). You may contact the Financial Aid Office at 910-893-1310. Failure to provide the Campbell University Admissions Office with an accurate Social Security Number (SSN) may result in a delay of financial aid awards.
Final Transcripts: Final transcripts must be submitted to the admissions office. Freshmen must submit a final, official high school transcript (raised seal) immediately after graduation. Failure to receive this transcript may delay your enrollment. Early College, Middle College and Dual Enrolled Students must submit an official college transcript, in addition to the high school transcript, in order to earn transfer credit for completed college courses. College Transfer Students must submit a final, complete transcript sent directly to the admissions office immediately upon completion of work. Failure to submit final transcripts could cause scheduling errors. Please make sure your transcripts are submitted to the admissions office at least three weeks prior to Orientation to assure an accurate advisement session.
Orientation/Class Registration: Students must attend an Orientation event prior to enrolling. During Orientation, you will meet with an adviser, register for classes, obtain your student identification card and complete other important enrollment tasks. You will find more information under “New Student Orientation” at http://www.campbell.edu/accepted.
Campbell Email and WebAdvisor Accounts: Following the payment of your enrollment deposit, your Campbell email and WebAdvisor accounts will be created. Login and password details can be found on the Computing Services brochure at http://www.campbell.edu/pdf-top/2014CSBrochure.pdf. Failure to provide the Campbell University Admissions Office with an accurate Social Security Number (SSN) will result in the inability to create these accounts.
Join the Conversations on Social Media
If you have been accepted to Campbell University for the upcoming year (Class of 2021), request to join our Class of 2021 Facebook Group. Become a fan of Campbell University Undergraduate Admissions' Facebook fan page. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Current students blog about their experiences at Campbell University on our blog Camel Stories.
Below are some links that you may find important as you continue through the enrollment process.