Diversified Consumer Services
Company Overview of Campbell University
Campbell University is an educational institution offering graduate and undergraduate programs. It offers programs in fields of art, accounting, business administration, economics, chemistry, computer science, history, international business, mass communication, music, and psychology. The schools and colleges of the university include The College Of Arts And Science, The Schools Of Education, The Lundy-Fetterman School Of Business, The Divinity School, The School Of Pharmacy, and The Norman Adrian Wiggins School Of Law. The university was established in 1887 and is based in Buies Creek, North Carolina. It has endowment assets worth $75.6 million.
Buies Creek, NC 27506
Founded in 1911
Key Executives for Campbell University
Vice President for Advancement
Dean of the School of Pharmacy
Presidential Board of Advisors
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Campbell University Key Developments
Cambell University Elects J. Bradley Creed to Board of Trustees
Jan 6 15
The Cambell University Board of Trustees elected J. Bradley Creed unanimously Jan. 2 and he will take office on July 1. Campbell is a baptist college with an enrollment of 6,000 located in Buise Creek, N.C., 50 miles south of Raleigh.
Campbell University Announces Executive Changes
Jan 2 15
Campbell University trustees unanimously approved J. Bradley Creed as the university's next president. He will succeed Jerry M. Wallace to become the university's fifth president. Creed is currently provost and professor of Religion at Samford University. Before his appointment at Samford, Creed served as dean of The George W. Truett Seminary at Baylor University. In April, Wallace announced he would step down at the end of this school year. After a one-year sabbatical, he will transition to the honorary role and title of university chancellor.
The Campbell University Trustees Executive Committee Approves Feasibility Study to Establish School of Engineering
Sep 24 14
The Campbell University Board of Trustees Executive Committee approved a feasibility study recommending the establishment of the university's eighth school: the School of Engineering. The full Board of Trustees will vote on the measure during an Oct. 22 meeting. If approved, Campbell will move forward with plans to establish a School of Engineering and begin offering a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree in the fall of 2016, pending approval by accrediting agencies. In May, the full board approved the creation of a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree at Campbell. This new proposal would take the degree program to another level, leading to the formation of Campbell's second new school in five years. Campbell has been working with consultant Paul Kauffmann, professor emeritus of engineering at East Carolina University, to flesh out the engineering feasibility study and provide guidance on program development.
Similar Private Companies By Industry
Recent Private Companies Transactions
|No transactions available in the past 12 months.|