Interested in volunteering to help affected families from Hurricane Florence? Campbell University will host a Community Resource Fair on October 6, 2018 starting at 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The Fair is intended to provide Hurricane Florence affected families in Harnett County with a day of respite from the recovery efforts as well as access to an array of helpful information and resources. If you are interested in volunteering to work the Resource Fair, please interest online at https://www.campbell.edu/storm-relief/.
Fireman’s Fundraiser Dinner
Come out and support the Buies Creek Fire Department and purchase a spaghetti dinner plate for only $5. The first 200 people to purchase a plate will receive a free t-shirt. All proceeds collected will be donated to the Buies Creek Fire Department. This will take place on October 2nd, 2018 @ 5pm in the Rumley center.
Interested in watching some sports during Family Weekend? There will be Men’s Soccer vs. Presbyterian Friday, September 28 @ 7:00 pm. Located at the Eakes Athletics Complex. Also, Women’s Volleyball vs. UNC Asheville Friday, September 28 @ 7:00 pm in Gore Arena. Women’s Swimming vs. Liberty Saturday, September 29 @ 1:00 pm in the Aquatics Center. Women’s Soccer vs. Winthrop Saturday, September 29 @ 2:00 pm at the Eakes Athletics Complex. Women’s Volleyball vs. USC Upstate Saturday, September 29 @ 3:00 pm in Gore Arena. Mens Football vs. North Alabama Saturday, September 29 @ 6:00 pm at Barker-Lane Stadium.
Family weekend will be Sept.28th through Sept. 30th. Campbell University would like to welcome all students’ families to campus for a great weekend. Academic departments, students organizations, and Campbell athletics will host a large variety of events beginning on Sept. 28th starting at 7pm. A $10 registration fee would get you a full schedule, printed name tags, and one family weekend t-shirt. Additional t-shirts can be purchased for $8 each
This week over one hundred future students visited our beautiful campus. With such a beautiful day our leaders have made the campus tours a success. We hope to see all of these students in the near future and welcome them as a Camel! Go Camels!!!!
Name: Yecenia Arellano-Parent
Hometown: Broadway, NC
Why did you choose Campbell University as your school to pursue your degree?
When I first chose to come here to Campbell, I was originally an nursing major. Campbell was only thirty minutes from home, and I was excited to start my journey as a future nurse. After my first year as a nursing major I realized nursing was not my calling. After that year I decided to change my major to Education.
Do you regret choosing Campbell University?
I would never regret choosing Campbell as my home! The education program here is amazing and I’m overly excited to become a teacher and to tell my future kids about Campbell University!
It was finally Founders week!! Last week students gave back to Campbell. On Wednesday, February 7, 2018 was Campbell giving day. Students took the time out of their day to donate and also to take pictures in front of a big present located in the academic circle stating why they were giving to Campbell this year! Some students gave to Campbell because they wanted to see more improvement, some believed it’s a place where students matter, and some simply loved their Campbell experience. Give to the Campbell leads to great campaign and it also helps build a student union. With giving Campbell, as a whole there is hope to increase support for scholarships and increase in the camel community. We are excited to see how much this improves Campbell, and we are even more excited for next year. Go Camels!!