[Campbell University] is where I’m supposed to be. I’m supposed to be a coach. I tried to run from it. But I’m supposed to be working with students, and I’m supposed to be helping develop them as young men.

Campbell football coach Mike Minter in a Charlotte Observer column about him and the Fighting Camels football team, which hosts UNC-Charlotte Thursday at 7 p.m. to open the 2014 season

Resident assistants, directors, and chaplains in Day Hall took a break during move-in day and sang a few songs. This is a snippet. 

For the past few years, students in Campbell University’s 3-year-old physician assistant program have written an anthem and made an accompanying video to promote the program. The Class of 2015 just released the latest anthem and video. 

campbelledu1887’s photostream on Flickr.Campbell University marks the start of each academic year with a week-long series of activities, including New Student Convocation, Party in the Park, and the Street Fair. This year’s Welcome Week 2014: The Best Week Ever officially began on Saturday, Aug. 16, when  new students move in to their residence halls. Graduate and professional students, as well as faculty members, returned shortly before.
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campbelledu1887’s photostream on Flickr.

Campbell University marks the start of each academic year with a week-long series of activities, including New Student Convocation, Party in the Park, and the Street Fair. This year’s Welcome Week 2014: The Best Week Ever officially began on Saturday, Aug. 16, when new students move in to their residence halls. Graduate and professional students, as well as faculty members, returned shortly before.
Photo of the week: Campbell University students move in to their residence hall in 2006. Campbell will open the 2014-15 academic year on Wednesday, Aug. 20, with an expected 1,185 new undergraduate students — the largest entering group in the university’s history. Students begin moving in this weekend. 

Photo of the week: Campbell University students move in to their residence hall in 2006. Campbell will open the 2014-15 academic year on Wednesday, Aug. 20, with an expected 1,185 new undergraduate students — the largest entering group in the university’s history. Students begin moving in this weekend. 

In a new Campbell Proud Q&A posted on Campbell.edu, Campbell Divinity Professor George Braswell Jr. talks about what he learned during the time he spent in Iran as the first Baptist missionary there, how he ended up as a senior professor of world religions at Campbell University, and why he founded the World Religions & Global Cultures Center. 

In a new Campbell Proud Q&A posted on Campbell.edu, Campbell Divinity Professor George Braswell Jr. talks about what he learned during the time he spent in Iran as the first Baptist missionary there, how he ended up as a senior professor of world religions at Campbell University, and why he founded the World Religions & Global Cultures Center.