Campbell University’s Fort Bragg campus admissions policies are applicable to all potential students. These policies – coupled with rolling admissions each 8-week accelerated term – allow adult students provisional admission while awaiting receipt of all required documents. All first-time college students (those students with no prior college experience) must undergo initial entry assessment and counseling.
To begin the admission process to Campbell University Fort Bragg campus, students must first apply, submit all unofficial transcripts you have access to, and provide a passport sized digital photo. While not required prior to enrollment, students will need official transcripts sent from their high school, all previous colleges, and their military transcript to one of our two offices before completion of six semester hours.
Steps to Apply
1. Decide on a program.
Once you have found a program that best matches your interests, you will need to apply. Our application is free and online. Please keep in mind that we will require you to upload all of your unofficial academic transcripts with your application.
3. Complete your FAFSA.
If you plan on using Federal Financial Aid, we recommend you complete your application right after you apply. You can learn more about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or apply for FAFSA by clicking on the buttons below. Campbell University’s FAFSA number is 002913.
4. Check your email.
You will receive email communication from our Admissions office during the application process. They will update you on the status of your application and notify you if and when you have been accepted. It is very important that you provide us with an e-mail address you use and check often.
Full policies for Admissions to the Fort Bragg campus can be found in the Adult & Online Education Student Handbook. This handbook is supplemental to the Campbell University Undergraduate Student Bulletin and provides policies and procedures that pertain to Extended Program students only.