The proof is in the data. For the past five years, Campbell University has enrolled more undergraduate students from North Carolina than any of the 36 private colleges and universities in the state who are members of N.C. Independent Colleges & Universities (NCICU). During fall 2013, when the most recent comparative data are available, Campbell enrolled 4,440 undergraduate students from the state. Only one other private college or university in North Carolina enrolled more than 2,000 in-state undergraduate students during fall 2013. On average, NCICU schools enrolled 1,073 undergraduates from North Carolina in fall 2013.

The proof is in the data. For the past five years, Campbell University has enrolled more undergraduate students from North Carolina than any of the 36 private colleges and universities in the state who are members of N.C. Independent Colleges & Universities (NCICU). During fall 2013, when the most recent comparative data are available, Campbell enrolled 4,440 undergraduate students from the state. Only one other private college or university in North Carolina enrolled more than 2,000 in-state undergraduate students during fall 2013. On average, NCICU schools enrolled 1,073 undergraduates from North Carolina in fall 2013.

We have just finished transcribing a nearly 5,000-word interview with Campbell University President Jerry M. Wallace for a series of articles we’ll be posting related to him on Campbell.edu throughout the 2014-15 academic year — which will be his final year as our president. Here’s a word cloud to give you a preview of what President Wallace talked about. 

We have just finished transcribing a nearly 5,000-word interview with Campbell University President Jerry M. Wallace for a series of articles we’ll be posting related to him on Campbell.edu throughout the 2014-15 academic year — which will be his final year as our president. Here’s a word cloud to give you a preview of what President Wallace talked about. 

Photo of the week: In 2001, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Campbell University students, faculty, and staff held a candlelight vigil service on campus. This year, 13 years later, the university’s Butler Chapel bells tolled several times during the morning hours in memory of those who lost their lives on 9/11 and in prayerful support of the country.

Photo of the week: In 2001, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Campbell University students, faculty, and staff held a candlelight vigil service on campus. This year, 13 years later, the university’s Butler Chapel bells tolled several times during the morning hours in memory of those who lost their lives on 9/11 and in prayerful support of the country.

Window shopping in Paris, France, Mary Keller

Above are 10 photos from Campbell University students who participated in a study-abroad trip during the 2013-14 academic year. In all, more than 110 students spent part of last semester studying in nearly two-dozen countries, from Belize to Korea. Over on Campbell.edu, we’ve posted these photos and 26 more that students submitted for this year’s annual photo contest that the Study Abroad office sponsorsSee all the photos and read more about study abroad opportunities through Campbell —> Campbell.edu: Around the world

The “perfect rainbow over Campbell”

This evening a storm passed over campus, producing a double rainbow. Numerous students captured photos of the storm and rainbows.