The fountain outside of Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business taken by Kendra Erickson, coordinator of Campbell’s study abroad office. 

The fountain outside of Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business taken by Kendra Erickson, coordinator of Campbell’s study abroad office. 

Photo of the week: Current Campbell University students give a tour of main campus to incoming students and their parents during Summer Orientation I, which was held June 27-28. Summer Orientation II begins Friday, July 11. 

Photo of the week: Current Campbell University students give a tour of main campus to incoming students and their parents during Summer Orientation I, which was held June 27-28. Summer Orientation II begins Friday, July 11. 

We’ve been working hard this summer to make our campus even more beautiful and lively. For example, from top to bottom: A repaving of Main Street, new brick walls on the Academic Circle, a facelift for the Science Building, and plans for a full-service Starbucks in Wiggins Memorial Library, expected to open in fall 2014. 

#Repost from @rlegurley: 
Hard to believe that Campbell’s school of Pharmacy is now @campbellcphs and has paved the way for so many other healthcare professions: medicine, physician assistants, physical therapy, clinical research, public health, and starting this fall, #nursing. Proud to be a part of this growth and this wonderful community! #CampbellProud #paschool @campbelledu

#Repost from @rlegurley: Hard to believe that Campbell’s school of Pharmacy is now @campbellcphs and has paved the way for so many other healthcare professions: medicine, physician assistants, physical therapy, clinical research, public health, and starting this fall, #nursing. Proud to be a part of this growth and this wonderful community! #CampbellProud #paschool @campbelledu

I’m impressed with the faculty and the people at Campbell University. I’m impressed with the synergy, commitment and focus that everybody has to make the university the best it can be for the students. And I’m impressed with the vision. Obviously I’m a little bit pro-engineering, but the vision of adding engineering seems to be a great move. It’s perfect timing for it, and it’s what the world and what North Carolina needs.

Paul Kauffmann, professor emeritus of engineering at East Carolina University whom Campbell University has secured to serve as a consultant as Campbell works toward building its proposed engineering program. Read more about Dr. Kauffmann and Campbell’s proposed engineering program at Campbell.edu. | Campbell names consultant for proposed engineering program