RALEIGH — The Campbell University RTP Campus relocated from Morrisville to downtown Raleigh this fall, a move that positions University to better serve students in and around the Triangle by providing a more central location.
The Adult & Online Education program’s Raleigh location joins the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law in its building at 225 Hillsborough St. The program offers a variety of unique bachelor and associate degree options. The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business also hosts master of business administration and trust and wealth management programs at the facility.
“Our relocation of the RTP campus gives Campbell a unified and clear presence in the thriving downtown area of Raleigh,” said Mark Hammond, vice president for academic affairs and provost. “Adult and nontraditional learners will benefit greatly from this convenient location.
“Our vision of providing accessible, high-quality programs to all who wish to pursue a college degree is significantly enhanced by this transition.”
The Raleigh location primarily serves working adults, both military and civilian, with accelerated eight-week courses offered during convenient evening hours. Bachelor’s degree programs include accounting, business administration, criminal justice, clinical research, healthcare management, homeland security, information technology security and psychology.
“We are excited to expand our reach in the Raleigh area by offering students an opportunity to continue their career while earning a degree that allows them to grow both personally and professionally,” said Beth Rubin, Adult & Online dean.
Applications are accepted year-round with Campbell’s rolling admissions model allowing students to begin classes at numerous times throughout the year.
The Raleigh location is one of the University’s four Adult & Online Education programs including Fort Bragg & Pope, Camp Lejeune and Campbell Online. For more information about the Raleigh program, visit aoe.campbell.edu/raleigh.
About Campbell University
Campbell University enrolls more North Carolinians than any other private school in the state. The main campus is located within the Research Triangle Park region in Buies Creek, North Carolina. Campbell offers more than 150 degree programs and is the only private university in North Carolina with professional programs in law, medicine and pharmacy.