About the Fort Bragg Campus

About Campbell on Fort Bragg

Our story

Campbell University began providing quality education to service members, their families, and the surrounding Fayetteville area in 1976. Campbell University on Fort Bragg offers evening Associate and Bachelor programs for active duty, civilian and veteran populations to help you meet your educational and career goals. Our courses are designed in 8-week accelerated sessions to allow flexibility for those juggling their families, work and school.

The Fort Bragg office is located in the Bragg Training Education Center (BTEC) building on the corner of Knox and Randolph Streets, Wing B and is led by Director and Associate Dean, Mr. Tom Harris.

The Pope Field office is located in the Airmen Readiness Center, Building 430, Armistead Street. The Fort Bragg/Pope Campus provides a full range of student services, academic counseling, registration, VA advising, financial assistance and business functions onsite.

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Accreditation

Campbell University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate, Baccalaureate, Masters, Education Specialist and Doctorate degrees.

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Mission

It is among our mission to deliver academic instruction in the liberal arts and sciences and professional preparation through traditional, extended campus and online programs.

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