The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business will host the second free summer Economics Institute for Educators on Aug. 5-9. The event is… More on this post
Prof. Ir. Dr. Lee Sze Wei spoke of the challenges of starting an institution of higher education at Campbell University’s… More on this post
In his opening statements to the 13 soon-to-be commissioned ROTC cadets on the stage, speaker Col. Kenneth Letcher emphasized “family”… More on this post
The president of Campbell University’s partner school in Malaysia will serve as commencement speaker at Saturday’s spring graduation ceremony. Lee… More on this post
The start of the Fall 2019 semester will bring with it a new undergraduate program in the College of Arts… More on this post
Residential Learning Communities, or RLCs, are groups of students who live on the same residence hall floor and have common majors, career goals or personal interests.
The College of Arts and Sciences is offering a new major to students at Campbell University: a Bachelor of Science… More on this post
Michael Larsen, chairman and associate professor of biology for Campbell’s College of Arts & Sciences, was honored with the North… More on this post
In an old and dilapidated brick house, bloodstains drip down a mirror. Yellow caution tape waves in the breeze. Investigators pace the floorboards, measuring the distance from an empty six-pack to the bedroom, where cold air flows through a wide open window.
Campbell University’s online bachelor programs ranked higher than any private college or university in North Carolina by U.S. News &… More on this post