- 4 Year
- BUIES CREEK, NC
Campbell University Reviews
Rating 3.54 out of 5 1,322 reviews
love the sense of community, it is a pretty small school but it is what you make of it. I will say it is much more convenient to have a car while on campus.
Very accommodating to students in the military, and their online course material is easy to learn with.
The school itself is very nice! The professors depending on the program you go into can be very difficult.
Campbell is a great school but just like anyone else they have their little issues. Amazing community and fellowship!!
My time at Campbell has been one of a kind. I have had many opportunities here and have seen great success. The professors really connect with students and it is a tight knit community here. The only issue I have expereinced is there is not much to do locally and the food options are not great. Lillington/Buies Creek is very close to other big cities but when you are crunched for time there is not many options for fun/food/activities.
From the first time I stepped foot on campus I knew immediately that this is where I wanted to start my future. I’ve had my heart set on it for a long time and I’ve finally been accepted. Despite not starting school yet I’ve been on campus multiple times and somewhat know my way around. The energy is so cozy and welcoming.
Advisors are amazing they're very helpful. The small class size is amazing, and you are a person and not just a number.
Love the college and the professors. Its a place where you can grow as a professional and as a individual.
Taking classes at Campbell University is probably one of the best choices I made. The campus feels like home to me which is a very good setting to have while at college. The campus has different types of majors and minors to take. The academics are good and have plenty of opportunities to help your grades and studying tips. They have many tutors that are willing to help with no cost. The student life is good as well. There are plenty of activities going on throughout the year. The food hall is good has different types of choices on what to eat and have different food places around campus too. The housing is good as far as clean, safety, and overall. The professors are willing to help any student out if help is needed. The student union that was just built is a great addition on campus. Every student enjoys it. The bookstore has a great program for textbooks that the cost is included into the tuition instead of paying for books out of pocket. I would definitely recommend applying.
Campbell is a small-town school. There isn't much to do around the area, which for me was an extremely beneficial aspect as it kept me studying and working hard. However, for some this may be a bit of a turn-off. The education that I have received from this school is fantastic and I would not have chosen to go to any other university. The overall experience is amazing, but it is definitely what you make of it. Professors are willing to help you succeed and excel in your selected profession. Campbell offers the opportunity to grow as a professional and as an adult without all of the distractions that many other schools have.
The campus is gorgeous isn't too big for walking. It's been a pleasure getting to know the upperclassman and meeting fellow students. The staff are friendly and there is a lot to access as a student when not attending classes.
Campbell University is an amazing school for those who aren’t comfortable with attending a huge university. Class sizes are small, and it’s a great opportunity for one on one time with professors! If you are into clubs and activities the people in them are amazing! Everyone is friendly and is always willing to help. Only downside are the food options, they are limited. However, campus is very close to restaurants/ fast food options! Overall I love this school and i’m so happy I picked this to further my education.
Beautiful campus, small enough staff do student ratio that you can get the attention and help needed.
Seamless! Very helpful staff with a very mainstream/streamline online education center. From an online standpoint I was always able to find the help when and if needed from help on homework to login troubles. Additionally, as for campus living very friendly and a 9/10 from a friendly, diverse, and athletic standpoint.
DO NOT GO HERE. It is literally in the middle of no where North Carolina, there is nothing to do or anywhere to go. The professors are good in the classroom, but are not knowledgeable on the outside and are typically unaware of opportunities for exposure. This school is a "suit-case" school and the campus is a ghost town on the weekends. A majority of the people who live on campus or are there on the weekends are the athletes. The dining was horrible too. They did not offer many options for people with restrictions. You will not be invited to parties unless you are or know athletes. I also lived in one of the female dorms that was filled with cockroaches, mold, and dirt and the school did nothing to fix this the whole year. May I add, I had to stay in the dorm an extra night during spring break and was woken up at 6 am by a male security guard unlocking my door and just standing in my room yelling my name.
Overall it’s a pretty okay school. The cons for me personally were, little to no variety for eateries, the requirement of religion courses, and the small campus feel. I do like that I was able to form a tight knit lab group for the semester. Housing was okay (some amenities needed a major update). I do not like the fact that housing and disability services failed to successfully place a disabled student. Leaving me and my roommate to help said student. Curriculum is great if you are STEM or centered. Campbell really doesn’t have an exceptional program for fine arts students. It’s average, but I’d definitely say there are better places for the fine arts. Definitely not worth the price of the university. I understand it’s a private institution but there are most definitely better institutions. As a transfer they took me in with a low GPA and I’m grateful. I however, am finding out that this wasn’t the best fit for someone who transferred from somewhere bigger and debatably better.
Great school overall. Sophomore here, and it was the best decision to come to Campbell over the other schools I chose!