Campbell administration, trustees, alumni, faculty and staff joined with the group this building has been designed for — the students — for the event marking the ceremonial beginning of construction for the new facility. Once completed, the student union will become a “transformative” addition to the campus, providing a much-needed center of activity for the Campbell community.
Campbell’s long-awaited, much-anticipated student union will take its first step toward becoming a reality on April 25, when University administration breaks ground on the 100,000-square-foot multi-purpose hub.
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Our alumni volunteer spotlight today is Verga Brooks (’12 MDiv). Verga is an active member of the Campbell University Alumni… More on this post
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Speaking from the Jones Hall patio Tuesday afternoon, President J. Bradley Creed reminded honors students that service is vital to… More on this post
RALEIGH — C-SPAN will tape and later televise United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s commencement address at Campbell Law… More on this post