Campbell University is a private, coeducational baptist university in Buies Creek, North Carolina. The university has about 10,471 students. It was founded in 1887. The current president of the university is Jerry M. Wallace.
|Buies Creek Academy (1887–1926)|
Campbell Junior College (1926–1961)
Campbell College (1961–1979)
|Motto||Ad astra per aspera (Latin)|
Motto in English
|"To the stars through difficulties"|
|Established||January 5, 1887|
|Baptist State Convention of North Carolina|
|Endowment||$152.5 million (2019)|
|President||J. Bradley Creed|
|Newspaper||The Campbell Times|
|Colors||Orange and black|
|Mascot||Gaylord the Camel|
The athletics teams of the university are called the Fighting Camels. They have 18 varsity teams which mostly compete in the Coastal Athletic Association (CAA), with its (American) football team playing in CAA Football, a league run by the multi-sports CAA as a separate organization.
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